The intimacy of a hotel room. The immensity of a desert. A desolate gas station. In these picturesque settings, hideous crimes occur under the cold stare of unexpected protagonists that show the dark, twisted and perverse sides of human existence. But what if there was only a thin line between victims, criminals and spectators? Aren’t we all morbid monsters when you get down to the nightmare nitty-gritty? Dazzling and provocative, DHOGS is a very borderline and compelling mind disorder, marking the impressive debut of a director destined to become a major talent in the genre universe.