Heaven is a beautiful, clean suburban paradise. Every block is populated by lush trees and lovely row homes. People are free to roam and do whatever they please, as long as they follow one ... See full summary »
A canine angel, Charlie, sneaks back to earth from heaven but ends up befriending an orphan girl who can speak to animals. In the process, Charlie learns that friendship is the most heavenly gift of all.
"Where the Dead Go To Die" revolves around a troubled group of children living on the same block. They are haunted by a talking dog named Labby who brings them on surreal hell-rides between different dimensions and time periods. On the night of a lunar eclipse he informs Tommy about the devil fetus living inside his mother. The same night he attempts to help Ralph court the girl across the street, who is an unwilling participant in her father's child porn tape trading ring. Add in a memory stealing junkie living inside an abandoned church and you have 90 minutes of pure mind melting insanity.Written by
Combining the herky-jerky animation style of early 90s The Residents videos with the rantings of disturbed, lonely teenagers, this film so desperately wants to be a transgressive masterpiece. Instead, with its hamfisted portrayal of "taboo" subjects, it fails to hit any of its intended marks, and just comes off as a piece of sloppy garbage best suited for (and forgotten in) that weird part of YouTube.
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