Garth Marenghi’s Dark Headspace
It’s genuinely hard to recall the last time I saw anything like Possum.
A film about a haunted, lonely puppeteer that plays like the mutated version of a 1970s school safety film and a Freudian version of Threads. It’s unforgettably bleak, apocalyptic and bizarrely, queasily personal.
What really impresses here, other than how an 80 minute film can evoke such heavy, existential darkness, is just how singular and controlled the film is, a huge credit to director…