French-born filmmaker Quentin Dupieux elicited quite a stir in 2010 with his low-budget Rubber, an absurdist horror comedy about a psychokinetic tire that roams the dusty American Southwest, exploding the heads of those who get in its way. His new film Wrong, presently available on VOD, centers on a depressed suburban man (Jack Plotnick) who awakens one morning to find out that he’s lost the love of his life, his dog. His journey to find him quickly spirals into a surrealistic trek populated with bizarro characters. I recently had a chance to speak with Dupieux one-on-one, about the films he devoured growing up as a kid, Wrong, and even the spin-off it inspired, which he’s finishing editing now. The conversation is excerpted over at ShockYa, so click here for the read.