- 1 hr 32 min
The artsy horror film Kuso uses surreal vignettes to depict a post-apocalyptic scenario. The film was originally released in 2017 and made it onto streaming platforms shortly after a limited theatrical release. Kuso depicts a series of four surreal vignettes about the mutated survivors of an earthquake that has destroyed Los Angeles. The vignettes are broken up throughout the film by animations, television static, and news reporters reporting on the earthquake; the news report is initially interrupted by Busdriver, who performs a jazz-spoken word number describing the earthquake.