On the surface, this may not be a children’s movie with the blood, guts, and violence galore in PG: Psycho Gorman.
On the other hand, for young actress Nita-Josee Hanna, it was one of the best experiences to jumpstart her acting career.
Hanna stars alongside Owen Myre as a sister and brother, who controls a sinister alien being hellbent on the destruction of the universe. The film also stars Matthew Ninaber and Adam Brooks. Steven Kostanski directed and wrote the film.
Here’s the official synopsis:
Siblings Mimi and Luke unwittingly resurrect an ancient alien overlord who was entombed on Earth millions of years ago after a failed attempt to destroy the universe. They nickname the evil creature Psycho Gorman (or PG for short) and use the magical amulet they discovered to force him to obey their childish whims. It isn’t long before PG’s reappearance draws the attention of intergalactic friends and foes from across the cosmos and a rogues’ gallery of alien combatants converges in small-town suburbia to battle for the fate of the galaxy.
Steven Kostanski, the director, was inspired by Terminator 2, in which a child suddenly has a badass villain as a friend. So, his fantasies of being friends with the likes of Skeletor, Megatron, or Cobra Commander launched this film PG: Psycho Gorman with a villain with over-the-top tremendous indestructible power.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with the young actress Nita-Josee Hanna about her full-length feature film debut in PG: Psycho Gorman. She discussed acting alongside Matthew Ninaber, who was inside the costume of Psycho Gorman. Also, she talked about the rules of crazy ball, small stuntwork, and not being on set for the adult materials of production.
Nita-Josee Hanna plays the lead character Mimi, who controls and befriends Psycho Gorman. She began her training with Broadway Star Project in New York that leaded the lead role in this movie. She speared as Sarah in the film 4teen and Hulu’s Books of Blood.
PG: Psycho Gorman is in select theaters, On Demand, and digital this Friday.
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Source: LRM Online Exclusive, RLJE Films, Shudder