Do you miss seeing plays with random nudity, audience-dousing fake blood, and Crack in their titles? Then you’ll cheer the sorta-return of Cherry Red Productions with Snuff.mov, a film about…well, all sorts of bad stuff.
Artistic Director Ian Allen wrote and directed the film, an adaptation of the company’s 2002 stage production, Thumbsucker. Snuffmov.com describes it as a “bizarre slaughterfest that proceeds to blur the line between love and hate, sex and violence, humor and horror.” (What, you were expecting Disney?)
Snuff.mov plays only this weekend at the Warehouse Theater. For showtimes and ticket prices visit Snuffmov.com.