Sundance favorite KUSO will be screened as a Night Visions preview at WHS Teatteri Union on Saturday October 28th.

The scatological fantasy KUSO thrilled and disgusted its audiences in its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. It has been compared to Alejandro Jodorowsky’s wildest visions and Susan makvejev’s disturbed Sweet Movie.

KUSO is the debut feature film of Flying Lotus a.k.a. musician Steven Ellison. The movie is written by screenwriter David Firth whose earlier merits include Burnt Face Man and Salad Fingers.

Come see this lovely trash in the best company in a preview screening at WHS Teatteri Union on Saturday October 28th. Earlier in the same evening WHS Teatteri Union screens the cult classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) in memory of director Tobe Hooper who passed away in August. There are still tickets left for the second Tobe Hooper in Memoriam screening.

KUSO can also be seen in November at Night Visions Maximum Halloween 3017 that is held in Kinopalatsi on November 22th – 26th.