Let yourself feel A Little Love and become a workaholic mother trapped in her daughter's dollhouse, become a puppet stuck in an analogue version of the VR headset in the black-mirroresque Extravaganza or investigate the family quarrels through the eyes of a deceased patriarch in Ashes to Ashes. If you ever wondered what the eternity in a cyberneural network would look like, see In the Cloud: Afterlife and Alteration; however, if you prefer to furnish your soul according to Feng Shui don't miss Your Spiritual Temple Sucks
Troma's Heart of Fartness and The Humanity Bureauwill both introduce you to the worlds of film icons - respectively the king of garbage Toxic Avenger and the vulcan of emotion Nicolas Cage. After that, you might want to go into deep space either to fight teeth-gnashing space bugs in pixaresque Asteroids! or to save humanity in Melita. If you value street cred over cosmic adventures dip into the L.A. gang culture infused with b-boyism, Egyptology and hip hop in will.i.am’s Masters of the Sun.. Continuing down the memory lane check Reawakening of Memories and The Argos File - procedural thrillers exploring the possibility of revisiting other people's experiences or step even further into the realm of simulation sharing the point of view of Blind Vaysha - a special girl who sees future and past simultaneously. Potato Dreams will show you how to exorcise childhood anxieties and Summation of Force will attempt the same through sports.
The spirit of early Lynch and late Buñuel hovers around somnambulant Proxima and haunts The Other Dakar, which takes you deep into the Senegalese realm of gods. All your fears will confront you head-on, whether in the form of big-ass spiders in Micro Giants, Mephistophelian knives peddlers in Knives or seductive mermaids in Siren Song. One fear to rule them all, one fear to find them, in the Land of Clowns where the Night Night will finally lead you.