“Are you thinking about me?”
“Yes. I can’t stop.”
Glorious is a darkly comedic, cosmic horror film that keeps you “locked in” from the moment you enter its stall. From its lovecraftian roots and blistering carnage; to its witty, and often times laugh-out-loud quips, this is one film I won’t be able to stop thinking about for a while to come.
Glorious is immensely creative. We are given a solitary setting (literally a bathroom ) for the entire run time, yet never once did it feel burdensome or stale. Rebekah McKendry pulled this off through the use of both A) Exaggerated use of vibrant multi-color lighting and grotesque showers of blood and…uh...limbs…B) The sharp dialogue and cohesive story…