If you’ve ever shopped at an IKEA store, you know how overwhelming and disorienting the experience can be. In the parody thriller Horrorstör, author Grady Hendrix takes the store’s recognizable culture and some of its more disconcerting qualities and magnifies them, turning a fictional IKEA-like housewares store into every furniture shopper’s nightmare.
The story takes place in Cleveland’s Orsk store—a cheap American IKEA
Back in 2011, after making Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the third film in his wildly popular Transformers franchise, director Michael Bay set out to make a smaller, smarter film. But, as it turned out, no one wanted to see 2013’s Pain & Gain. So now he’s back to doing what he does best, blowing things up in another boisterous blockbuster,