‘Doctor Holiday’ imagines the rise and fall of the Flemish neurosurgeon Achille Ladrac. Narrated by one of his clones: a so-called 'Virgo Lactans' who stands up for her human rights
The Northern Lights shine down on a prairie city with a notorious history of anti-Indigenous racism. Seeing the lights, Stephanie, a 2 Spirit nêhiyaw, sadly remembers her missing mother. Not wanting to be alone, she decides to go see her girlfriend, Jackie. She gets into a cab with a seemingly harmless, but nosey male settler cab driver. As Stephanie tries to evade increasingly invasive questions from the driver, the ride takes a dangerous turn when he locks her in the vehicle and speeds out of the city. In a deserted lot she is faced with this predator. When all seems lost she remembers what her mother taught her about the Northern Lights and calls on their power to turn her fate around.
Bloodthirsty fashionistas, body parts, and plastic all collide in this explosion of the senses. Dystopia is visually arresting and full of surprises - expect an unforgivable filmic experience.
Mother wakes up in the middle of the night due to the noises coming from her daughter's room. When she gets there, her daughter is not behaving normally.
Shay, the happy-go-lucky last woman on earth, thinks the end of the world is great. She can do, eat, and wear whatever she wants. In fact, the only downside she’s noticed is that the apocalypse makes it hard to get laid. So when she stumbles upon a zombie-infested sex shop, she’s willing to take on its undead horde of Mean Girls if it means getting satisfaction.