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Fest & ConsFilm & TV August 17, 2020 Credit: BFI / Chino Moya Film An otherworldly journey through a Europe in decline….
UNDERGODS is a collection of darkly humorous, fantasy tales about failed societies and doomed fortune.
Two corpse collectors roam the desolate streets of an unknown city chatting humorously about their dreams in which a series of men see their worlds fall apart through a visit from an unexpected stranger.
With a distinct, European cast, UNDERGODS is a singular, visual feast, blending the particular supernatural flavour of ‘80s anthology films,such as Twilight Zone , the visual flair of ‘70s sci-fi epics, such as Stalker, with a touch of European, art-house sensibility.
UNDERGODS journeys through disparate eras and realities fusing failed 20th Century utopias and 21st Century Ikea nightmares in an unsettlingly entertaining debut from director, Chino Moya, set to an original, synth score featuring ‘80s electronica, As recent times bring disarray and isolation, this cautionary tale of societal collapse becomes ever more timely.
The Fantasia World Premiere is set for August 30th 7:00 PM EST
BFIFantasiaUndergods Tim KC Canton Founder / Editor-In-Chief I love the storytelling of Carpenter and Kubrick.
Their visionary thinking continues to influence modern horror in slashers to thrillers.
Some of my earliest childhood memories involve going to the video store to pick out a horror flick or a video game based strictly on the cover.
I miss the smell of the video store.
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