May, 2014

  • “ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW” (Fangoria Blu-ray Review)

    May 5, 2014


    ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW can be considered many things, be it psychological horror, pitch black comedy or surrealist sci-fi, but between the subversive elements within, one thing is certain: ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW is likely not cut out for the average filmgoer. Director Randy Moore’s debut is a sincerely fascinating film, unraveling a strange, unsettling story about paranoia and compulsion during a family vacation. The film bounces between its esoteric plot elements, most of which are entangled in absurd or questionably tasteful sexual fantasy, but the film is gripping nonetheless.