This was a rough one. It was unplanned. It was almost spontaneous. Because this movie just got me. It hit me. The poster above is actually a Mondo Tees poster by a very talented artist named Jay Shaw that probably will never exist again but it’s amazing. There’s a lot to go on about with regards to this movie but I’ll break down some stuff real quick here.
- I don’t like the official artwork for the Blu-ray.
- Watch this movie. It’s on Vudu and Tubi for free (ish? I think they may have commercials). It might actually be on Amazon Prime Video right now? You can definitely rent or buy on YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft, and Roku.
- Try not to be sleepy. It’s a whole mood. There isn’t a lot of talking. Put your phone down. I know it’s challenging–it is for me too. I don’t always succeed but I try. You should too.
- After watching it you should definitely study the Wikipedia page for it. Panos Cosmatos has given more than a couple of really great interviews and they’re collected here in the references.
- None of the music used in this is from the movie. I actually bought a year’s worth of a sound library in a very impulsive moment and I need to feel like I’m getting my money’s worth. You can give it a listen on YouTube and it’s also on Spotify.
I just know remembered the link to Carpenter Brut’s Turbo Killer directed by Seth Ickerman – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er416Ad3R1g for the folks whose app doesn’t handle links (they exist). And if your app doesn’t handle links or images… well. Maybe it’s time for a change.
Be nice. Wear a mask. Black lives matter.