DVD Obscura: The New Indie and International Movies You Need to Watch

New Indie Some films – the early works of John Waters or David Lynch, for example – defy easy labels like “good,” “bad” or “entertaining.” They want to burrow under your skin and make you uncomfortable. And if they achieve that, they’re successes. Which brings us to The Greasy Stranger (FilmRise). Here’s a movie that wants to drive you up the wall with grotesque visuals and screamy performances, underscored by intentionally discordant music that pokes you in the earhole. It’s annoying as hell, but it’s supposed to be, so it’s kind of a triumph. You should watch it, even it sets your teeth on edge. It’s meant to. Also available: In the thriller The Shadow Effect (Momentum Pictures, featured...

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