Psycho Goreman

Psycho Goreman (2020)

Psycho Goreman first published by VODzilla.co The Canadian filmmaking collective known as Astron-6 has over the last decade made a specialty of lovingly resurrecting the sensibilities of different kinds of genre cinema from the Eighties, whether in wildly comic parodies (Manborg, 2011; Father’s Day, 2011; The Editor, 2014) or occasionally in a more serious mode…

Father's

Father’s Day (2011)

Father’s Day first published by VODzilla.co In 1980, Troma Entertainment released Charles (brother of Troma co-founder Lloyd) Kaufman’s Mother’s Day – a rape revenger made very much in Troma’s cheap-and-sleazy in-house style of schlock and gore. So one might be forgiven for assuming that Father’s Day, made for Troma by the Canadian comic collective Astron-6…

Void

The Void (2016)

The Void first published by VODzilla.co Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski, the writer/director team behind The Void, are also two of the five personnel in Astron-6, a collective of Canadian filmmakers who specialise in closely parodying the very best worst aspects of Eighties genre cinema. You can see their hilarious handiwork in the Father’s Day (2011),…