We build identities around pleasing others, hoping to suffocate our own desire for compassion.
An hour and a half of balls-out absurd — and slightly kinky — fun.
Bleak and oppressive in a way that only the post-hippy, head-trippy 70s could envision
Everyone who entered and was brave enough to make a film in 48 hours deserves a review.
CLASH knows you’re creative, so let’s share that awesomeness with the world!
Carla Gugino, is the embodiment of bohemian-earth-mother-meets-ethereal-diva
Entropy in Bloom is a brain grenade that will blow your mind into splattered chunks.
Shit Luck is a fast-paced death tornado of serial killers, banana peels, and period blood that will suck you in, and never let go.
Elle Nash’s Animals Eat Each Other is a poignant debut that’s every bit as sharp and cutting as the barb of a scorpion’s tail.
“Emphasizing the grotesque, absurd, and bizarre, the Southern Gothic uses extremes to interrogate the horrors of ordinary life.”
“Our managing editor Christoph Paul vlogs about his love of the new Netflix series Mindhunters.”
This episode gets a 5 out of 5 for campy sexy time.
“When Suicide Squad was announced there was a lot of fanfare and excitement surrounding the project.”
“It’s not hard to see it as a pioneering piece of genre cinema.”
“Meet Ernie. His life is a mess. Gretchen’s gone, and the apartment they once shared in this grey, grim city is now overrun with intelligent mold and sinister bugs.”
“So does this film compare to what it seemed to try to be a companion piece to? No, not really. But on that same note, I feel I should also say I don’t feel Cannibal Holocaust is a good film either. It’s shocking and disturbing absolutely, but once you get past that what is there? Not much. But this isn’t a review of Cannibal, it’s a review of The Green Inferno. A film that had good ideas in it, but much like the small Timothy Green, it just couldn’t grow to it’s full potential, and that in my opinion hurts worse than it simply being a bad movie.”