In July of 2016, I reviewed the movie Atmo HorroX for The Slaughtered Bird, and said of it:
To describe the film is to destroy it, like cutting open a living creature to determine why it’s alive. The movie unfolds in its own pace, granting you its narrative in pieces that do come together, eventually, but only if you sit down and watch it. Which isn’t difficult, because there are parts that you simply cannot turn away from.
I liked the film so much that I rated it as my favorite movie of 2016.
The writer and director of Atmo HorroX, Pat Tremblay, liked that I liked his film so much, and sent me some Atmo HorroX trading cards through the mail. They’re extraordinary. I keep them at my desk so I can see them whenever I sit down to write.
Pat Tremblay autographed one card himself, and added a message that would only make sense if you watched the movie. Which you should, because it’s an experience like none other. It was most kind of Pat to send the cards along, and I hope he understands how much I prize them. Thank you, Pat!