Psycho Goreman / Steven Kostanski

  • Country and year: Canada 2020
  • Rating: 16
  • Duration: 99 min.
  • Director and writer: Steven Kostanski
  • Producer(s): Stuart F. Andrews, Shannon Hanmer, Steven Kostanski
  • Cinematographer: Andrew Appelle
  • Music: Blitz/Berlin
  • Cast: Matthew Ninaber, Nita-Josee Hanna, Owen Myre, Kristen MacCulloch, Rick Amsbury, Reece Presley
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: None
  • Format: DCP

“Get ready for an adventure full of cosmic action, absurdist comedy, and gorey comic-book violence. — [Psycho Goreman] is what you get when you have banished Skeletor from Eternia, pit him against a galaxy of creatures influenced by the Japanese tokusatsu genre, then slap it around with a bounty of comedic gore and deliver it all with underhanded and absurd comedy. Oh. Then you plop in a plucky young girl who bends to no one and literally has the fate of the world if not the entire universe in her hand. You have Psycho Goreman (PG), the latest cinematic offering to the gods of indie genre madness from Canadian filmmaker Steven Kostanski. And let us tell you, the gods will be appeased. More importantly, you will be. —

Ripe with huge laughs, it bolsters massive creativity that would make the studio system blush and comes with enough gore to flood an abattoir. This is the kind of genre cinema that we dream of.” – Andrew Mack / Screen Anarchy


“A family fantasy comedy where the new ‘member of the family’ is an unholy killing machine. But despite rampant mass murder and threatening planetary genocide, Psycho Goreman develops a lot of heart… while ripping people’s heads off. — With an amusing blend of childhood fantasy escapism along with bonkers gore and fights, Psycho Goreman is a movie that is sure to amuse audiences of all ages.”
– Jacob Davison /

“Brings ancient intergalactic horror to the suburbs, with suitably gory (and comedic) results — ridiculously entertaining  – and highly recommended”
– Steve Newall /

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