If you take a look at Gregg Araki's oeuvre, it's rife with strange people and crazy circumstances that rarely get play on the big screen. Whether it's a tale of hedonistic journeys, the strange people you meet when you're on the run, or a girl who can't choose between sexy Abel and Zed, Araki has always offered an alternative cinematic icon for the fringe element. His is a strange world that intermingles darkness, sexiness, whimsy, and humor in one appealing cult package.

But it seems that the filmmaker only wants to entertain certain fringe elements, and these audiences do not include London's FrightFest.
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