Kostanski clearly relishes every chance he gets to push boundaries further than ever before with Psycho Goreman, a positively unhinged adventure about a pre-teen girl (Nita-Josee Hanna) who, along with her brother (Owen Myre), uses a magical gem to resurrect an ancient alien overlord capable of destroying the universe. Initially they use the creature in service of their own childish whims, but that changes when intergalactic assassins come to town and, well, the less said about that madness the better. Just know Psycho Goreman is the very definition of a film that has to be seen to be believed.
Even still, many who have seen Psycho Goreman are having trouble believing the film’s brazenly over-the-top action, and they’ve taken to Reddit to discuss the insanity. Yes, that conversation is about as colorful as you’d expect, and much of it is unprintable here. Nonetheless, initial poster occupy_elm_st kicked things off by lovingly hailing Psycho Goreman “one of the most absurd Horror Comedies out there.”
CashMclane backed that sentiment, proclaiming, “I’ve been laughing about it for 2 days straight,” later doubling down on their love of the film by boasting, “I’ve already watched it twice and can’t wait to watch it again.” The praise continued with Wolfsblut_AD adding “This instantly turned into one of my new favorite movies, I loved it so much,” and mrmanticore2 saying simply, “Everything about this was awesome lol.”
Clearly Psycho Goreman comes with more than a few hearty recommendations. But if you want to see whether it lives up to the hype, you’ll have to drop $6.99 to find out, as the film is currently only available to rent. You’ll just have to trust those Redditors that, for the right sort of viewer, Psycho Goreman is more than worth that paltry sum.