Flying Lotus’ debut feature film is getting a wider release. Shudder, a streaming service that specializes in horror, has obtained the North American and UK/Ireland rights to FlyLo’s polarizing movie Kuso.

“So happy to finally tell u all that KUSO has been picked up by the good people at amc/shudder,” FlyLo tweeted on Tuesday (June 6). “After Kuso played at Sundance, Shudder have been on top of this thing. I’m so glad my first film will be in the best home possible.”

Kuso debuted at the Sundance Film Festival on January 21 and generated some inauspicious reviews due to its content. The film caused multiple audience members to walk out, though FlyLo estimated it was only about 20 out of the 400 in attendance.

Reviews of the film have noted that Kuso’s plot takes a backseat to its attempts to gross out the viewer. Earlier this year, FlyLo shared a brief description of the movie’s story with HipHopDX.

“I can’t really talk about the plot,” he said. “But there is a general synopsis. Broadcasting through a makeshift network of discarded televisions, ‘Kuso’ is tangled up in the aftermath of Los Angeles’ worst quake nightmare. [You can] travel between screens and between aftershocks into the twisted lives of the survivors.”

Along with its brazen imagery, Kuso boasts an impressive cast, including the legendary George Clinton, comedian Hannibal Buress, Workaholics star Anders Holm and Tim Heidecker.

Kuso arrives on Shudder July 21. The movie will also be available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon that same day in addition to airing at select theaters in New York and Los Angeles.

Watch the official trailer for Kuso below.