SOFT MATTER REVIEWED
“Soft Matter” was weird. It’s a body horror movie about street art and carnage coming together. The character names are inconsequential, as this film forces you endure 72 minutes of just eye-popping visuals. I know that some readers don’t dig movies that are all aesthetics, but I couldn’t stop watching it. When the film hits home video, I have every intention of taking screen shots of the film. There are so many weird angles and staging choices that I can’t say I’ve seen in a movie before. If you’re looking for a fun oddity to check out during the summer, I wholeheartedly recommend Soft Matter.
- 1 hr and 12 mins
- Not Rated
- Wild Eye Releasing
RELEASE DATE: 5/22/18
The Plot Thus Far
The Shape of Water meets Get Out in the unique Sci-fi Horror Soft Matter, premiering on VOD 5/22 from Wild Eye Releasing.
Jim Hickcox’s feature debut tells of two graffiti artists that break into an abandoned, reportedly haunted research facility in hopes of creating an art installation, but stumble upon a team of demented researchers who are in the process of resurrecting an ancient sea creature – who they now must fight in order to not become their next experiment.