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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

Member Reviews

I don’t get the hype. It was somewhat entertaining to watch, but pretty tasteless overall. The stories weren’t very well written and the movie definitely relies on shock value.

3 days ago

A tasteless, excessive, appalling attempt at an “art” film. I cannot begin to tell you how much I hate this movie.

2 weeks ago

I gave up watching this. It just feels poorly written. And on top of that it gives off a fever dream vibe. Just me personally,I wish they took it out of the terror transgressive category. It doesn’t feel like it fits at least to me. There’s better movies they could’ve put in this category like Cannibal Holocaust,Old Boy,Ichi the Killer.

1 month ago

can't tell if I'm too stoned to watch this, or not stoned enough 🤔

1 month ago

what the fuck

1 month ago