Think "Rear Window" with giant bugs. And Lance Henriksen. A perfect "goodnight movie", the kind of movie I often put on in bed at nights: not so bad you get annoyed with it, not so good that it matters if you fall asleep, or watch in in two or three sittings (lyings). Nothing special at all but an easy enough watch that served its purpose for me.
An extraordinary, intelligent, dark, dazzling one of a kind movie, ripe for rediscovery after being unavailable for the last 30 or so years. The juxtaposition and montage technique are unlike anything i've seen before and still feel modern and creates an unique kind of, almost scientific surrealism that has very little in common with, say, with Buñuel or Lynch. My only minor complaint are the inserts from an Allen Ginsberg poetry reading, which I felt didn't connect with the other…