Mayorga’s artistic production instrumentalizes the horror film genre in order to examine his own personal encounters with the paranormal, investigating the tension between what he sees as an almost demonic possession experienced in his teenage days in Mexico, and the absurdity of such an event within the parameters of our material world. Mayorga uses strategies of experimental cinema such as fragmented narrative and rhythmic disruptions to create an uncanny atmosphere, producing mis-interpetations and unexpected readings of the work, leading the viewers to subjective inquiry into the limits of perception, and what might lie behind our conventions of ‘horror’.