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Friday, December 11, 2020

‘Psycho Goreman’ Turns My Pet Monster into a Bloody Horror-Comedy Next Month; Watch the Final Trailer!

Little girl. Big psycho.

Canadian filmmaker Steven Kostanski (Manborg, Leprechaun Returns, The Void) is back with Psycho Goreman, a horror-comedy that was acquired by RLJE Films and Shudder.

First up, RLJE will release Psycho Goreman in theaters, On Demand & Digital on January 22.

“Featuring a supporting turn from Kostanski’s Astron-6 collaborator Adam Brooks (and a few other surprise cameos), PG (Psycho Goreman) introduces emerging stars Nita-Josée Hanna and Owen Myre as Mimi and Luke, a perpetually bickering sister/brother duo who unwittingly resurrect an ancient alien overlord (Matt Ninaber) who’s been entombed in their backyard. They nickname the malevolent creature Psycho Goreman (or PG for short) who thanks to their possession of a magical amulet is forced to obey their childish whims.”

“PG’s reappearance on Earth draws the attention of interstellar friends and fiends from across the cosmos. It isn’t long before a rogues’ gallery of galactic combatants converge on the strange realm of small-town suburbia.”

Check out the final trailer below, which is almost guaranteed to make this one a day-one watch for you next month. We’ve all dreamed of having a monster friend, and Psycho Goreman looks to go absolutely wild with that concept. But this isn’t the cuddly My Pet Monster or the friendly Maurice from Little Monsters. PG, well, he’s got a more pronounced mean streak…



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3644583/psycho-goreman-turns-pet-monster-bloody-horror-comedy-next-month-watch-final-trailer/

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