Psycho Goreman takes place in a strange reality, a modern day society filtered through the lens of an 80's sitcom, inside a splatter film - and it's glorious.
Whilst the best of 2020 seems like a really low bar and despite the complete and utter real life garbage that this year has continually given us, there were still bright spots in the horror genre and in truth it has been one of the better overall years for quality and consistency.
You're only here for one thing, splatter. Whilst it takes a while to get to the body melting, the effects in this film are a gory, icky glory.
Grief does strange things to people. When you lose someone you love, what would you do to get them back? In the case of Audrey and Henry Walsh, you turn to satanic rituals to try and raise your grandson, Jackson, from the dead.
With Brandon Cronenberg's second feature, it is very clear that body and tech predilections apple doesn't fall far from the tree.