A newly reunited young couple's drive through the Pacific Northwest turns into a nightmare as they are forced to face nature, unsavory locals, and a monstrous creature, known to the Native Americans as Oh-Mah.
Andrew Joseph Montgomery,
In the fall of 1960, Father Thomas Riley and Father John Thornton were sent by the Vatican to investigate a miraculous event in an Irish home for 'fallen women', only to uncover something much more horrific.
Cassidy is a struggling actress, grinding out auditions, worrying that any chance at stardom may have already passed her by. Desperate to save money to move to Hollywood, she takes a job working as a runner for her mother's boyfriend.
"Eat Me" is terrifying, sadistic, and devious... in the best way possible. This journey into the psyche of misfits is equal measures horrifying and hilarious, terrible and wonderful, brilliant and gut-wrenching. It dares to go places we never imagine a story would go to, and it does so without a shred of apology. This is progressive filmmaking at its finest: poignant, topical, and wildly thought-provoking.
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