With Vivoscene as your eager guides, allow us to suggest some sinister film oddities that will have you up into the small hours, every light in your home ablaze, senses on high alert as devilish delights dance before your cowering eyes.
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Neil Young’s first live album Time Fades Away hearkens back to 1973; it’s a wildly loose effort that is in sharp contradiction to its wildly successful and highly commercial predecessor ‘Harvest’.
As far as low-budget but high-concept B movies are concerned, Cody Calahan‘s directorial debut (co-written with Chad Archibald), Antisocial, is a cache of gauche and gruesome delights.
So glacially-paced as to make Warhol films look like The Fast and the Furious, Tsai Ming-liang‘s Stray Dogs is an operation of conscious, cold-blooded constraint. That said, for the patient viewer, wonderment awaits.
Writer/director Nathan Silver delivers ‘Exit Elena’, a film of inspired naturalism in a ball of fire comedy that is a small-scale triumph of cinematic form.
The cool directorial debut of Raymond Zürcher’s The Strange Little Cat is a Kafkaesque comedy of wry observance and cruel domesticity.