In our ongoing That’s Entertainment series, we take you to the world of SciFi! When I heard about the new science fantasy horror-comedy flick “PG: Psycho Goreman,” I was very curious as to what it would bring, and, damn did I have a great time!
“PG: Psycho Goreman” is technically a 2020 flick, but it really took off under the radar in 2021. It’s an oxymoron, but that’s what happened.
The film centers on a wonderful alien that is dug up by siblings who stumble upon a glowing gem in a grave. The children parade PG the alien (really an ancient extraterrestrial overlord) around, and have it do silly and goofy things. Unknown to them, a war is coming to Earth.
The film is gorey, but it’s super funny too. The little girl “Mimi” is not afraid of the space alien demon monster and even names the E.T. Psycho Goreman. The music fits and the special effect are similar to what we saw in Hellraiser. Sure, the music and FX kick-ass, but this is a seriously well made movie for the genre.
The film stars Nita-Josee Hanna (Mimi), Owen Myre (Luke), Matthew Ninaber (PG), Adam Brooks (Greg), Alexis Hancey (Susan), Kristen MacCulloch (Pandora), and Steven Vlahos as the voice of Psycho Goreman.
This is a Canadian flick, and it brings all the silliness of the ‘80s – with the gore and camp, and a fantastic soundtrack. I laughed my ass off and highly recommend it, but you have to be a little open to the off-the-wall story. As a sci-fi nerd, “PG” has a perfect amount for me.
You can watch “PG: Psycho Goreman” on Shudder, Shudder Amazon Channel, Hoopla, and AMC Plus. Or if you are like me and still enjoy physical copies of stuff, you can pick it up on DVD. Be warned this is Rated “R” for gore and stuff. Honestly, this is a very amusing movie that will entertain you no matter what your age is.
Get out there, check this one out. Remember to enjoy the movies!