A funny, witty, micro-budget, punk rock horror comedy with a charming B-movie vibe.
A sweetly sentimental movie that will make tender-hearted viewers go “awwwww.”
Anybody who marches to a different beat of standard societal expectations will relate to this non-traditional rom-com.
This period film sadly reflects issues many are dealing with in present day: a society that’s relentless in its quest to oppress “the other.”
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This politically-charged short calls out climate change and the horrifying anti-immigration stance of an increasingly territorial world.