Spectacular, weird horror movie as pharma infomercial

Adult Swim's Unedited Footage of a Bear trumps Too Many Cooks for intensity, virtuosity and genuine terror.

What begins as a nature documentary turns quickly into an informercial for a side-effect-prone sedative called Claridryl, whose accompanying site is itself a marvel of surreal web-design (be sure to leave it running in a tab for a while and check back on it from time to time).

It's like a short, multimedia episode of Black Mirror — genuinely creepy horror that is enmeshed in enough reality to make it plausible — and scarier for it.

Claridryl – Acts Immediately, Lasts Indefinitely