Paul Waddell's horror short Speculative Clone Planet plays in Night Gallery's back room, behind Waddell's paintings of blob-headed figures with great legs and butts. The film is set in a future that looks a lot like the past, or like sci-fi shot in a teen's garage circa 1995. The ramshackle aesthetic works, though, and the wordplay is childishly fun (the protagonist clones are named “Rad,” and “rad” is also their favorite adjective). 204 S. Ave. 19; through July 3. (646) 717-4925, nightgallery.ca
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