Canadian guts and gore on a minuscule budget with maximum insanity.
In 1989, THINGS became the first Canadian film shot-on-Super 8 gore shocker commercially released on VHS. Today, it remains perhaps the most bizarre, depraved and mind-boggling chunk of “Canuxploition” ever unleashed upon humanity.
Adult film superstar Amber Lynn and co-writer/producer Barry J. Gillis star in this surreal saga about two friends who visit a remote cabin, only to discover a womb of monstrous horror that demands graphic dismemberment. It’s an inexplicable orgy of eye-ripping, beer-guzzling, skin-baring, skull-drilling, sandwich-making, chainsawing, bad acting and post-sync dubbing from co-writer/producer/director Andrew Jordan that has spawned its own disturbing cult of fans.
Some will be repulsed. Others may be transformed forever. But you have never seen anything like THINGS.
“An endlessly watchable experience that is consistently astounding as it unfolds in all its bizarre glory.” — Canuxploitation.com