In this deranged and unpredictable comedy, a passionate aficionado of bread stages a revolution against a tyrannical baker.
A man escapes again and again as he’s pursued by pagan cultists in this sprawling episode of sublime and humanist surrealism produced as a pilot for Adult Swim.
In an allegory of reincarnation, a ghost goes on a journey that reveals how devastating the persistence of strict gender roles can be on the human spirit.
In this pitch-black comedy, a cancer diagnosis ignites a shockingly cruel yet uncompromisingly honest lover’s quarrel.
After a broken heart is fed with a lot of pizza, the leftovers quite literally manifest a new companion.
A woman seeks the tender caress of a man in this balletic exploration of the intersections of transformation, interdependence, and desire.
RILEY WAS HERE
As the world recovers from a devastating pandemic, two weary souls partake in a dangerous ritual in an effort to cope with their loss.
Acclaimed Fantastic Fest alum Fredrik S. Hana (SISTER HELL) returns with a stylish psychodrama that captures a mobster’s disintegrating mental state as he’s confronted by the debilitating insecurity that his material wealth will never afford him true love.
The creators of DAWN OF THE DEAF pit Alice Lowe (PREVENGE) against a demonic entity with a single weakness: a ring of salt. Breathlessly paced bite-sized terror.
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY scribe Nicole Perlman makes her directorial debut with this captivating speculative fiction that depicts a utopia founded upon the elimination of childhood.
A young man develops a sadomasochistic relationship with a series of photographs; their only recourse is to team up and take revenge.
The forbidden love between the heir to an interstellar potato chip empire and her robotic beau illustrates the age-old adage that parents just don’t understand.
A freaky family revelation kills a young woman’s enthusiasm on her birthday and then just plain kills, kills, kills in this wickedly wound fright fest.
Why work with actors when you can hire SPRITES?
A meager apology tests a woman’s fortitude to forgive in this expertly deadpan comedy that wittily articulates the oft selfish objectives that belie performative remorse.
The bug bite that disrupts a Friday night hookup turns out to be a manifestation of something much scarier.
A THING OF DREAMS
When a new prescription drug permits a greater lucidity of one’s dreams, a woman resists her jealous husband’s demands that she induce a nightmare in order to scrub her subconscious of infidelity.
Time travel is illegal and even the best intentions to change the past will not be tolerated in this low-fi homage to timecops everywhere.