LOREN CASS: One of the most interesting films to emerge from the independent scene of the early 00s, a staunchly uncompromising yet strikingly lyrical and poetic exploration of despair and desperation in suburban America.
ESCAPE FROM HELL: Christian crapola about a doctor's remarkably unexciting trip to Hell.
491: A once-shocking 1960s era depiction of an experiment involving several teenage boys that goes horrifically wrong.
REMEMBERED YET BETTER FORGOTTEN: ILL-GOTTEN GAINS AND CLAUDE'S CRIB: About two thoroughly unmemorable late nineties productions, one a crappy indie drama and the other an even crappier TV sitcom.
Stories about madness, paranoia, and alternate realities. Each story new, different, weirder than hell.