And now we know what would happen if David Cronenberg worked at Lowe's. It's no wonder its theme comes courtesy of Nine Inch Nails.
By the final act, "Bullet Man" moves into "Beauty and the Beast" territory as he's spitting motor oil and turning into a big, giant, scary In-Sink-Erator on two legs. Oh, how I'd love to see this with a midnight movie audience ... if only I could stay awake that long.
Tsukamoto demonstrates highly creative and imaginative ways of working around a limited budget, stripping environs to the bare necessities and working with a color palette almost duotone in nature. What he constructs isn't for all audiences, but those right in tune with his clankety-clank brand of in-your-face SF will thrill to the delightfully demented work of modern art. —Rod Lott