Now, I would love to give you more plot description, but if you are interested, it would be better to go in knowing as little as possible.
There are some interesting, if strange, story elements that I would like to see expanded on in some other sort of project. I particularly liked the memory-stealing junkie with a technology that can extract liquid memories from a dying brain and inject them into himself. They are his drug, and this memory liquid stuff can then be used to rewrite bad memories. It is kind of like stem cells for memory. That is a seriously interesting idea and would like to see what that lone idea could be turned into by a more skilled filmmaker. In a way it reminds me of Strange Days in which experiences could be recorded on a chip and experienced by others, like a drug.
The voice and motion capture cast is filled with names I don't recognize, save for one. While the movie does feel like a do it at home project with friends, the creators were able to get Linnea Quigley (Return of the Living Dead, Night of the Demons) to play a small role voice role (documented in the extra features).
The film was written and directed by a guy named Jimmy ScreamerClauz, which I am guessing is a pseudonym. He has quite the crazy imagination. I am not sure he has a lot to say aside from throwing a lot of crazy stuff on the screen, but he does have a vision for the strange and bizarre. He has a ways to go with his animation techniques. There a synch issues and clipping all over the place, which I understand can be chalked up to his on the job learning process and not knowing exactly what he was doing or how to animate. Although, it is interesting to note that he did use some motion capture using Xbox Kinect!
Audio/Video. This DVD is presented in a ratio of 1.85:1 and looks decent enough. This is a low budget creation made by a filmmaker who was teaching himself as he went along. Detail is limited to his rudimentary animation, but the colors are pretty solid and definitely pop off the screen. This is definitely a what you is what you get project and it is fine for what it is.