What’s scarier than an otherworldly, blood thirsty hell beast? A pig-tailed, rambunctious little girl. PG: Psycho Goreman is a science-fiction horror comedy film written and directed by The Void’s Steven Kostanski. It stars Nita-Josee Hanna and Owen Myre as a young sister and brother who unwittingly resurrect an ancient extraterrestrial overlord (played by Matt Ninaber).
After an intense match of their homemade game “Crazy Ball”, siblings Mimi and Luke discover a strange, glowing gem in a hole that Luke has been forced to dig by the domineering Mimi for losing. That night, an alien monster emerges from the hole. The monster enters an old shoe factory and brutally kills a group of thieves hiding out there. The next day, Mimi and Luke follow a trail to the shoe factory discovering the monster. The monster identifies himself as “Arch-Duke of Nightmares”, a deadly alien warrior imprisoned on earth after attempting to destroy the galaxy in a rampage. He prepares to kill the children only to discover Mimi is in possession of the gem which allows whoever wielding it to command him. Excited at this opportunity, Mimi dubs the alien “Psycho Goreman” or “PG” for short and quickly gets to work commanding PG around despite Luke’s concerns.
Kostanski revealed the idea for PG came from the 80s horror film, Rawhead Rex. The film itself is perhaps the greatest Troma film never made. The movie has some hilarious one-liners and the two children actors pretty much carry the entire film.
PG is like an episode of Power Rangers on crack and drenched in blood. It’s so absurd and ridiculous that it will turn off some viewers but if you give it a chance you will be treated to one very unique and hilarious film the likes you have NEVER seen before.
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