Pat Tremblay is reading his next indie, Atmo Horrox, for a festival run, and described is as “psychedelic horror, an experimental satire wrapped into an absurd mystery thriller.”
The first trailer is bizarre, strange, and most definitely psychedelic. I think the dude with balloons around his junk is the highlight, although there are some really weird effects pieces/
Atmo Horrox will have its World Premiere at the Revelation Perth International Film Festival in July, then quickly followed by the Fantasia Film International Film Festival.
Here’s the synopsis: “Through a very surreal chase of spying and surveillance, Catafuse, a dubiously dressed “creature”, hunts down specific human targets with the help of Molosstrap. But in a world completely run by the shadowy hands of the pharmaceutical industry, the lines of reality become so blurry and complex, that the mastering of insanity might just be the only way out…”
Here’s what Tremblay had to say:
“The movie is a VERY weird one, it’s kind of a psychedelic horror b-movie inside an experimental satire and then wrapped into a cryptic mystery thriller… And because of that, I’ve decided to actually release the OFFICIAL TRAILER first, and only later put out the TEASER TRAILER. I want to make sure you will learn even less by the time the second one arrives, especially since the movie has some rather slow burn gags… The film gives lots of trippy visuals but it’s also a detective job for the spectator to decipher this Mind Puzzle. So be prepared for this reverse and very unspoilery promotion angle!”
Bloody Disgusting fans will remember Tremblay’s work as we released his Hellacious Acres: The Case of John Glass in 2012 following its premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival.