PSYCHO GOREMAN (2020) Review | Live, Laugh, Love, Destroy the Galaxy

Siblings Mimi and Luke unwittingly resurrect an ancient alien overlord who was entombed on Earth millions of years ago after a failed attempt to destroy the universe. They nickname the evil creature Psycho Goreman (or PG for short) and use the magical amulet they discovered to force him to obey their childish whims.

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It’s been a decade since MANBORG, well, almost a decade and director Steven Kostanski has only upped his game over the years. His latest film, PSYCHO GOREMAN, keeps the tone of much of his earlier work (and the work of Astron-6) while receiving a larger budget and producing a well made, hilarious, nostalgia driven film. If you do not read another word of this review, let the last ones be, I highly recommend this film.

When I say I recommend the film there may be a few caveats there. I truly believe that any film fan should be capable of enjoying this film but they have to pick up and ride the tone all the way to the end. I enjoyed just about every moment of the movie, as it intelligent subverted tropes while sticking with ones the director has established over his films. The film is very creative and the make-up and designs of all the creatures and monsters in the film are amazing. Grade A, fantastic work. Just seeing how creative the film is even though it is basically E.T. with the morbid sense of humor the internet has. If the Power Rangers and The Toxic Avenger had a baby, this is the film that would splash out nine months later.

The film is paced quite briskly and the story includes a lot of back story and world building. For a gross-out horror comedy it really stands out in this regard. The films that this one is trying to recreate and subvert in some way are far worse at these aspects of storytelling. This film has all the the guts and gore a fan could want and the tight script someone like me is looking for. I never care about genre, if the film has a good well told story with interesting characters, I’m in. The characters in the film are not all the greatest people morally, but are put up against something even less moral and film feels more realistic because of it. (Well, as realistic as this film can get). The main character Mimi can be grading at times but her character finds what she needs and I think it pays off in a funny and satisfying matter.

There is a lot of heart in the film even if you may not be expecting it. The relationships feel reality based and the pairing of a egotistical selfish brat girl and an alien looking to destroy the entire universe works well together and will flat out warm you cockles. The film rocks an synth soundtrack that is just flat of awesome. It fits the tone of the movie and cranks up the dial to 11 when the action kicks in and takes you for the ride. An absolute ridiculous ride till the end, get your self a copy of PSYCHO GOREMAN and support some independent filmmakers.

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