Watch With Mother by The Glue Society

Sydney-based creative company The Glue Society has released a new six-part horror-cum-comedy sketch show, titled Watch With Mother, which looks really rather good…

Sydney-based creative company The Glue Society has released a new six-part horror-cum-comedy sketch show, titled Watch With Mother, which looks really rather good…

As the trailer above reveals, the series aims to scare its audience (and contains some really quite gruesome moments), as well as make them laugh. Each episode stands alone although characters and threads reoccur throughout the series. The sketches cover such delightful ideas as a composer who creates a new work based on the sounds that his victim makes when in pain and distress; the tale of a man who, on discovering that his wife of decades is dying, decides to re-create her using the body parts of young women; and, our favourite, an episode based on the story of a killer kangaroo.

Watch With Mother is available to download now via iTunes and Google Play, for $1.99 per episode. The show was conceived, written and directed by The Glue Society, and produced by Revolver. More info is online at watchwithmother.tv.

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