It’s not often that artwork comes our way that elicits a total and immediate bout of discomfort and nausea. The UK artwork for Thanatomorphose (review) does just that by being repulsive and badass all at the same time.
The film stars Kayden Rose, Davyd Tousignant, Émile Beaudry, Karine Picard, Roch-Denis Gagnon, Éryka L. Cantieri, Pat Lemaire, and Simon Laperrière.
A Cronenbergian smorgasbord of rancid flesh and sexual gratification, Thanatomorphose, by Canadian director Eric Falardeau, picks up where Nekromantic left off.
Discovering several bruises on her body after a night of rough sex, a young woman is shocked as, rather than heal itself, her body begins rotting from the inside out. She faces a terrifying and gory descent into a living death, as her putrefying body begins to literally ‘fall off the bone’.
A strange and claustrophobic tale of sexuality, horror, and bodily fluids, Thanatomorphose not only will make you wince but is strangely uplifting in its take on mortality. The title means the physical signs of a body’s decomposition, caused by death.
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