A short film adaptation of Black Hole, Charles Burns' mutant teenager comic (NSFW)S

In Charles Burns' comic Black Hole, a mysterious STD transforms teenagers into deformed aberrations. Filmmaker Rupert Sanders has filmed a live-action version of one of the graphics novel's scenes, replete with stoned mutants and naked dog ladies.

A short film adaptation of Black Hole, Charles Burns' mutant teenager comic (NSFW)

You can watch it at Sanders' site. The video (which admittedly isn't the newest thing but is still pretty neat) had recently been uploaded to YouTube but was taken down almost immediately. The video depicts a scene in the graphic novel in which a bunch of mutants are crashing at a house and a kitchen encounter between two of the book's leads. Given that we never got to see Neil Gaiman and David Fincher's take on Burns' book, this is the best we're going to get for the time being.

[Via Slashfilm]