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Doom and gloom are on the way. The Y2K apocalypse can't be stopped. Abbie's older brother issues him the ultimate challenge before it goes down: beat the infamous level 256 in Pac-Man and no getting up from the couch until he does so. Abbie's survival story begins here; inside a rotting living room with no food or water, and a revolving door of numb-nut friends and acquaintances. It's THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL by way of SLACKER.


  • Joshua Burge
  • David Dastmalchian
  • Andre Hyland
  • Mahfuz Rahman
  • Madigan Bachman
  • Adina Howard
  • Amari Cheatom
  • Jeen Na
  • Joe Anderson

Did You Know?


  • The film marks singer Adina Howard's feature film debut (in a fictional role), as her 2002 film "Casanova's Demise (2002)" was never released.
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    • Abbie: May I please have some?
    • Dallas: You please may not have some because you ain't show me no fuckin' money. May I please have some money. What's that fuckin song? "Money, Money, Money, Money... Money". Fuckin' Karate Kid right there.
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Mar 22, 2019

Relaxer is a light, but moody comedy about an irredeemable loser who is too unwell to save himself. Imagine a deceptively optimistic comedy concerning a neurotic fish who's slowly circling his unwashed, slow-draining aquarium.

Metacritic review by Simon Abrams
Simon Abrams
Jun 28, 2018

Joel Potrykus's droll world is defined by feats of man-child pettiness, by lazy guys who turn the banalities of daily life into meaningless trials of integrity.

Metacritic review by Carson Lund
Carson Lund
Slant Magazine
Mar 16, 2018

Especially in light of a short parable Cam tells early on about work and retirement, it's pretty obvious that Abbie's voluntary imprisonment is meant to reflect an American underclass that can't imagine any kind of life beyond our late-capitalist constraints.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter