★★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★
Directed by Rebekah McKendry
As Glorious opens, Wes (Ryan Kwanten) shouldn’t be having a fantastic day. He’s falling asleep on the wheel as he’s driving solely to be jerked again to actuality by the pictures of his current breakup along with his girlfriend flashing by means of his thoughts. Realizing he must get off the street he pulls over at a rural relaxation cease and spends the evening getting wasted by the hearth pit and pining for his ex. Waking up with a large hangover, he runs into the gross restroom to throw up and finds himself unable to get again out.
Furthermore, there’s a mysterious voice (the one and solely J.K. Simmons) coming from the elaborately embellished glory gap within the stall that claims it’s a god and wishes Wes’s assist to avoid wasting all of mankind. What unfolds is a cosmic horror odyssey that impacts all area and time however by no means leaves the toilet!
Superb is one hell of a very good time! It’s gross, bloody, actually, actually humorous and has one heck of a twist. Transfer over Gosling and Reynolds, Ryan Kwanten has confirmed himself as a number one man who can carry a movie.
Superb had its world premier at Fantasia and is at present obtainable to stream completely on Shudder.