With nihilism and transgressional fiction at its core, Habit provides a putrid snapshot into a sordid, untold underworld.
Endlessly packed with memorable quirks and some exquisite anime sequences, this eccentric effort is essential viewing.
Caniba provides a confidential, intoxicatingly claustrophobic portrait of Issei Sagawa that never fails to subtly unsettle and horrify.
With the potential to become an instant cult classic, Kuso is a 90-minute assault on the senses which begs repeated viewing.
Masterfully blends suspense with breakneck violence to produce what is perhaps one of the best teen slashers of the 21st century.
A huge deviation in tone from the derelict moodiness captured by director J. A. Bayona, despite some wonderful artwork.