“Tomorrow died on the last morning of May. There were those who saw it happen, who watched the shadow fall, who felt the chop of the guillotine as the world lost its head. Everyone else witnessed only the aftermath, for the event itself lasted no longer than a moment. They stepped outside from windowless rooms, they climbed up from crowded subways, they pulled back the blinds to let in the sun, and found the nightmare waiting for them.”
Od and Ed
At times creepy, funny, and frightening, and told deftly from a child’s perspective, Od and Ed is a haunting and heartfelt suburban dark fantasy about a sister and brother that brings the 1980’s to life in ways that feel both new and familiar.