Billy Pineapples releases another obscurely-named disasterpiece of cinema, which has already won billions of awards. This one’s a thought-provoking morality play dealing with the allegorical nature of identity and memory in the psychosexually-fuelled avant-garden of Eden known as the postmodern age.
The New York Times called it “odd”, while Girl’s Life Magazine compared it to “the rabid ramblings of an antediluvian Renaissance man”.
Also, there are lightsabers, and at one point you can briefly see a nipple.
SHOT & KUT: William E. Pineapples
STARRING: Bill Sykes
LYRICS: The Mouth of Madness