As much as we love to talk about indie flicks that are tearing up the festival scene, it’s even better when those films become available to the general public. CAT SICK BLUES [Review] first caught my eye in late 2015, and it remains one of the strangest and most bizarre pieces of cinema that I’ve ever had the pleasure of reviewing here at Modern Horrors. I called it a “wildly successful endeavor into the mind of the depraved”, and now you can own a copy of your very own… if you act fast.

CAT SICK BLUES is available for pre-order at this very second through our friends at Monster Pictures on (region-free) Blu-Ray and DVD. This is a rare chance to grab an Aussie gem that may never be in stores in the United States, so grab it while you can–the initial run is limited to 50 hand numbered copies. Click Here to order.

Suffering a mental breakdown after the death of his cat, introverted loner Ted convinces himself that in order to bring his beloved pet back to life, he needs nine human lives to sacrifice in its place. Constructing a cat costume, complete with mask and razor-sharp claws, Ted embarks on a murderous rampage, slashing his way through share houses, backpacker hostels and webcam chat rooms in a savage frenzy. As the butchery escalates, a twisted and bleak romance blossoms between Ted and Claire, a young woman he meets in a support group for recently bereaved pet owners.

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