Rhymes for Young Ghouls
Directed by Jeff Barnaby
At the tender age of 15, Aila has taken over the drug business of her father Joseph while he serves a stint in prison. Joseph's return signals an abrupt end to Aila's reign as the reservation's drug queen; it also piques the interest of Popper, the reserve's corrupt and sadistic Indian agent. The bloody tragedy that unfolds becomes an angry and poetic howl for lost lives, lost opportunities and lost loved ones — a fever dream whose terrifying fictions are grounded in even more terrible fact. R18 Violence, sexual violence, drug use, offensive language and sex scenes.
At the tender age of 15, Aila has taken over the drug business of her father, but when his return signals an abrupt end to her reign, the tragedy that unfolds becomes an angry and poetic howl for lost lives, lost opportunities and lost loved ones.
Cast: Devery Jacobs, Glen Gould, Brandon Oakes
Drama film with a smattering of light horror, but a decent film nonetheless
Low budget but fairly engaging drama which gets bonus points for cultural elements. Horror aspects are fleeting, so be okay with that prior to watching.
Ahh thought this was a a place for horror? there's no horror here except for the horror of mankind.
A cool little story. I’m always surprised when I find something entertaining on here lol.
Brilliant. Well told.