Just say no to color grading. If you can not cast Joey Lauren Adams, that's also a plus. Toback further explores experiential, pharmacological, and physical capacity but drowns yet again in superficiality. Excision-happy editing rescues some but not nearly all of the bad acting.
An absurd, bathetic mess of a movie. It’s actually sort of compelling in its awfulness. After the film ended I had to listen to the director’s commentary track just to make sure the film wasn’t some sort of big joke; like maybe the film was just made to troll the audience? Nope. The director is totally serious about this shit. Looks like Ed Wood has a new rival.