with a look that blends tokusatsu rubber monster vibes with the fastest-selling high-dollar Spirit Store item (the kind you see in the catalog but can never find), Psycho Goreman is a sugar-toasted corn-syrup-blood treat
it's wonderfully nuts and often laugh-out-loud funny; You even get a nice little message about the importance of family bonds; the movie is a total original, as well as a don't-miss for anyone with an appreciation for the sillier side of horror
it's 110% ridiculous and remains consistently outrageous for 90 minutes; the prosthetics and makeup effects and monster designs are actually visually pleasant; It's all infectious and it's hard to not have a smile on your face watching "Psycho Goreman"
fans of midnight movies who stayed up too late watching horror movies when they were growing up will appreciate Kostanski's approach and his level of devotion to the material. "Psycho Goreman" is a hilarious gut-buster in every sense of the term
a cleverly schlocky evil-alien-out-of-water comedy that’s like Marvel meets Troma; As satire, 'Psycho Goreman" is no "Planet Terror", but it's a droll enough schlock-in-quote-marks diversion, and part of its appeal is just how damn cheap it is