Treatment’s Management is a recreation about recognizing our lack of ability to have a agency grip on an detached universe, but reaching out to seize it anyway. It's a recreation about gadgets intently related with our world however that are nonetheless off: One thing gnaws on the edges of what we all know, scratches on the corners of what we will know, and whispers of a layer of brutality and chilly indifference we refuse to acknowledge blankets all existence.
It's a recreation about existential dread, and this fixed consciousness of that which we will by no means grasp is central to the bizarre and the ‘New Bizarre’ subgenre of horror. The dread father of the style, HP Lovecraft, gave this particular type of weirdness a definition and distinction from different manufacturers of horror. For Lovecraft, the true bizarre story was greater than merely “bloody bones, or a sheeted type clanking chains.” It needed to do with the creation of the inexplicable, the realisation of fixed dread, the nagging notion of “unknown forces”.