Posted on Friday, May 25th, 2018 by Matt Donato
From the nightmares of Genius Bar gurus and arcade repairmen alike slithers Graham Skipper’s Sequence Break – equal parts David Cronenberg body horror and Under The Skin darkness (literal, physical darkness). Streaming horror service Shudder was quick to nab the title’s exclusive distribution rights after a noisy festival run, right after they wiped away a thick coating of creamy nonsense from…well…everything. This movie is gross, inquisitive and nostalgic by way of generational homage. Skipper’s love of decades-old practicality and effects work is a mucky blast from the past, primed to earn a slot on my year-end “WTF Movie Moments” round-up.
You might remember Sequence Break appearing in an earlier feature I used to hype y’all with exciting genre titles set to land in 2018, but no upload date was announced at that point. That, as you might assume, has changed! Like, to this month! You can see the film right now as it was just released on Shudder as of last night. I’d say “What are you waiting for?”, but first, the good people behind this lurid digital gusher have a clip they’ve asked us to debut.