September 17, 2021

‘PG: Psycho Goreman’ just dropped a music video. Obviously, it whips.

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Alien warlord and emerging horror icon Psycho Goreman knows intergalactic terror, that’s for sure. Now, the Archduke of Nightmares is proving himself even further — as supreme ruler of sick beats.

In honor of the cult favorite PG: Psycho Goreman arriving on Shudder this week, writer-director Steven Kostanski has given his film’s popular credits song the music video treatment. In it, we see Psycho Goreman (body by Matthew Ninaber, voice by Steven Vlahos) return to that garage, where he was once held against his will by two children, for a rad lip-sync and some breakdancing.

Titled “PG For Short” and created by musical artist Lil Cea$er, the track recaps a bunch of the movie, so if you haven’t seen it, go do that right now. But if you have seen it? Then proceed to gaze upon Kostanski’s brain-bursting ability to once again transport a pop culture phenom straight out of the ’80s and into your 2021 eyeballs. The costume, the set, the vibes, the wall flip: It’s all perfect. 

But, of course, we expect nothing less for our boy PG.

PG: Psycho Goreman is now streaming on Shudder.

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