Don't know if the dog did the right thing after all, kid probably was right to put his head in a paper bag after all. Though nothing says "Well really, I wanted two daughters" than dressing your son up as a female scarecrow. Now a dog that terrorises schoolchildren and feasting on their remains - THAT'S a Halloween film I'd watch!
It's basically a toilet changing colours set to a Toshi Ichiyanagi soundtrack that sounds like you're in the midst of a nuclear meltdown. Coupled with the visuals, it goes rather well I think. Having said that, this is the kind of film you would (or could) see getting spoofed on comedy shows that make fun of pretentious avant-garde/arthouse cinema types because it's THAT kind of film.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
If there were ever a further illustration of how to lose a philosophy for your film with a director who's big on visuals but a little bit sketchy on storyline, this is your prime suspect. I had dreaded this film since it was made public that they were setting up a sequel.
Visually it looks quite easy on the eye but to my mind it looks a little too clean and orderly for a post-apocalyptic world, there's no real sense…