Precious Chong and Alex Essoe go head-to-head in a dark satire of gender roles and postmodern loneliness.
Chelsea Stardust uses Satanic horror as a vessel for capitalist satire in her latest film
TYREL explores how seemingly harmless behaviour, to white people, is not always so for people of colour.
STREET TRASH is just a B-movie with nothing to say. Or, maybe it says a lot of things about NYC in the 1980s. Maybe?
Happy and Nick find clues to taking them further towards Hailey, finding terrifying things at the end of their journey.
Nick goes to see Amanda. Meredith receives a message from Blue. Smoothie meets Hailey and the other children.
Amanda continues her investigation with Dt. McCarthy. Nick and Happy track down info in Chinatown.
Nick and Happy keep up their search. Amanda gets proactive in finding her daughter.
Nick wants to leave the city, get away. But Happy needs to convince him otherwise.
Former cop, current hitman Nick Sax winds up in the hospital, pursued by the mob, and a little girl's imaginary friend - a blue, flying unicorn named Happy.
One of the best intertextual horror films out there: a deconstructionist look at the slasher sub-genre.
Dante's film, for all its laughs, is an important satire about suburban living in America during the 1980s.