Featuring apocalyptic westerns, Japanese ghosts, serial killer road trips, parallel universes, angelic avengers, interplanetary kidnapping, last shots at glory, and the worst job interview you've ever had, ETHERIA Season 1 offers an eclectic array of innovative and shockingly good short horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, and thriller films from women directors.
Dysfunctional friends Adam and Quentin are on the road taking care of business in their own inimitable fashion.
2. You, Me & Her
When 30 versions of one person pass through the wormhole at the Department of Parallel Resettlement, Anna discovers she is the worst possible version of herself.
In a world torn by a war between vampires and angels, a female vigilante on the hunt for her missing sisters is lured into the den of a vampire.
5. The Jelly Wrestler
With one last shot at jelly glory, washed up wrestler and barmaid Eileen must grapple with aging, betrayal and her own jelly wrestling demons - a task that may well put her down for the count.
6. Red Rider
A post-apocalyptic western about a girl hell-bent on seeking revenge against her wrongdoers. But will this lead her to justice?
7. Hide and Seek
A school girl taking a koto music lesson watches her teacher play Hide and Seek with a little boy, but the girl soon realizes that there’s something very odd about the teacher and the game that they’re playing. Japanese with English subtitles.
Didn't really care for the first five. The last 3 were really good though.
Mostly bad, but at least they are short. I would stick to episodes 8, 7, and 1. Episode 2 is okay, but not my style.
7/8 lead up to nothing
It's an anthology series, so it's very much hit or miss. The hits for me were "Hide and Seek," "Kepler X-47" and the job interview one. If it weren't for "Kepler X-47," I'd say that, once again, it was the foreign directors whose work was superior to their American counterparts. But that one is so disturbing and well executed that I'd like to see more work from its director. Perhaps there's some message buried in it about the failure of proper habitat creation in zoos for animals, but, really, it's just a classic dystopian science fiction tale.