Happy 4/20 day World of Dopers! This week we’ll be rolling up some grass, gore, and ghastly shorts from two horror film headtrippers. First up is the utterly hypnotic synthesis of high-temperature fever dream and acid flashback, EXTRACT, by Director Evan Secory. This wholly original experimental effort combines Suspiria-esque hallucinatory visuals, a mind-bendingly atmospheric underscore, and a general aesthetic that is a perfect compliment to the overall WOD design. The photography, editing scheme, and radically eccentric tone are all remarkably idiosyncratic and enormously effective. Extract is equal parts arthouse chic, and raw, visceral, bold filmmaking – outlaw cinema at its most conspicuously flamboyant. This is what I like to call a “drug film”; surreal and narcotic – a perfect digital anesthetic, best consumed under the influence. This is one of my favorite shorties as I really appreciate filmmakers that aren’t afraid to push the envelope – particularly those that are committed to personal research and development – especially the self-indulgent, neurological variety.
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