Catland Makes Its Way to Hollywood By Way of SXSW

March 18, 2015 1 500 Film
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Catland, that illustrious predictor of apocalypses and old Bushwickians looking disgusting in the future, has made its debut among Hollywood–at South by Southwest. Constance’s Consumption follows the eponymous protagonist as she tries to navigate her way through her Bushwick life after alienating everyone in the wake of being possessed by the demonic force of alcohol.

Constance: after being possessed by alcohol

Constance: after being possessed by alcohol

Faintly resembling the plot to that other Bushwick movie, Bushwick, Constance’s addiction to the bar scene has calamitous results. Although she tries to seek help for her problem, one method of which includes visiting a tarot reader who also specializes in exorcisms at Catland, nothing can quell her constant possession.

In the end, Constance's only friend is a breathalyzer

In the end, Constance’s only friend is a breathalyzer

So far, audience reactions at SXSW have been favorable, with many members questioning where exactly that “edgy scene at the tarot place was shot.” Thus, Catland is about to see a sizable increase in the number of converts to the occult in their store. As for the conclusion of Constance’s Consumption, well, let’s just say it involves the most perverse use of a breathalyzer you’ll ever see in your lifetime.

Written by Genna Rivieccio

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