'Psycho Goreman' — the Horror Comedy by Astron-6's Steven Kostanski — Gets a New Trailer

Little Girl, Big Psycho

BY Brock ThiessenPublished Dec 11, 2020

Ever since we first got a glimpse of PG: Psycho Goreman — the upcoming film by Steven Kostanski of Canadian film collection Astron-6 — back in March, we've been more than a little excited. Now the movie is finally gearing up for wide release, and we've got a final trailer to feast our eyes on. 

After being acquired by RLJE Films and Shudder, Psycho Goreman is set to arrive in theatres, as well as On Demand and digitally, on January 22.

As previously reported, the upcoming film features Astron-6 collaborator Adam Brooks alongside child stars Nita-Josée Hanna and Owen Myre as Mimi and Luke, respectively. Leading the way, though, is the titular Psycho Goreman (a.k.a. PG) — an ancient alien overlord who's been entombed in the kids' backyard. Luckily, though, the children have a magical amulet that forces Psycho to obey their every whim — even though dude obviously just wants to kill everyone.

You can watch the latest trailer for PG: Psycho Goreman below.

Back in 2017, Kostanski gave us the beloved horror flick The Void, while he's also set to help reboot Day of the Dead as a new TV series.


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