Directed by Steve
Broadcasting through a makeshift network of discarded televisions, KUSO is a shifting series of vignettes tangled in the aftermath of Los Angeles's worst earthquake nightmare. Travel between screens and aftershocks into the twisted lives of the survived. Blending nightmarish visions, animation and a shocking image of a distorted America, this is the daring debut and Sundance sensation from director Steve, aka renowned musician Flying Lotus. Delirious, provocative and darkly hilarious, KUSO is as verbose with macabre, music, melancholy and unimaginable imagery. You won't believe your eyes, or your mind. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.
Renowned musician Flying Lotus' wild debut feature broadcasts the twisted lives of earthquake survivors in a surreal Los Angeles.
Cast: Hannibal Buress, George Clinton, David Firth, Tim Heidecker, Anders Holm
...so, so much vomit and feces per square foot of film. Probably the first film ever to make me queasy by the end, yet still hold my interest. Gotta give it five just for that!
not for the squeamish. last scene is epic!!! hahaha.
really good , i wanna see more like it
Existential madness, so utterly genius amd insane, I can't even fully comprehend what it is i just witnessed or experienced. Not surprising Flying Lotus was inspired by David Lynch and now has had the opportunity to work with him
Too much with not enough purpose. I don’t mind exploitation but this is excess for the sake of excess. No thanks.