GWAR, the bloodthirsty alien antiheroes, conduct a worldwide telethon to feed souls to the World Maggot, which will transport the members of GWAR off our miserable planet once it grows. ... See full summary »

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Himself
Jello Biafra ...
Boss Glom
Dave Brockie ...
Himself
Balsac the Jaws of Death ...
Balsac - the Jaws of Death (as Mike Derks)
Gwar ...
Themselves
Molly Harvey ...
Old Lady
Slymenstra Hymen ...
Herself
Scott Krahl ...
Skulhedface
Dika Newlin ...
Ladies Auxillary
Michele Ravera ...
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GWAR, the bloodthirsty alien antiheroes, conduct a worldwide telethon to feed souls to the World Maggot, which will transport the members of GWAR off our miserable planet once it grows. GWAR's tele-casts attract the attention of GlomCo, the world's monopolistic entertainment giant. GlomCo attempts to bribe GWAR's manager, Sleazy P. Martini, into selling GWAR out to the mainstream of Sunday morning cartoons. GWAR's revenge on the sniveling executives at GlomCo uncovers a dastardly plot to homogenize all humanity by the evil doctor Skulhedface! Written by Keith Tyler <romulus@shore.net>

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Glomco wants Slave Pit to sell out!

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Jizmak Da Gusha: [Sleazy tells the Story of how he found GWAR in Antarctica]
[after the GWAR Members are all thawed out]
Jizmak Da Gusha: Hey, where you think you at, huh?
Sleazy P. Martini: Hey hey, cool it guys, I was just looking for... a Pay Phone!
Oderus Urungus: [snarling] Yeah...
Jizmak Da Gusha: [Sleazy draws out his Shot gun, and Slymenstra snags it with her whip] Wooo, nothin Personal.
Himself(The Mighty, Beefcake): Yeah, you'd do the same I assure...
Guitarist: But wait, what of our Masters Prophecy
[Light Shines on him]
Guitarist: For whom ever shall awaken GWAR is...
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The credits roll over a psychedelic montage called "The Homogenizer." After the credits, the party in the suicide victim's room is shown, cheering. See more »

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Follows GWAR: Phallus in Wonderland (1992) See more »

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Surprisingly funny, blood-soaked silliness.
20 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

All your favorite, cuddly, weapon wielding, huge-membered GWAR characters + Jello Biafra and a little budget = a fun little movie, over the top, exceedingly silly and possessing the creativity that made GWAR so well-loved in the first place.

This is not something that can readily be enjoyed by all, the self-satire and GWAR brand mythos may totally go over some people's heads. But people who find splattergore, untasteful humor, campiness and the whole GWAR thing amusing will have a laugh at this, moreso if you've had a few beers and are feeling silly to begin with.

I'm probably forgetting to mention that the last time I watched this I was a teenager, so maybe I've matured and won't find it as amusing as I once did. But considering how many times we watched it in various basements and various cities, there must have been something that didn't suck about it. Knowing me, I'd probably still find it hilarious.

Raunchy, Obscene and politically incorrect and possessing enough goofy, scatological, gory retardedness as it offers.

Recommended to GWAR fans, stoned teenagers, people trying to annoy their roommates/parents and people in love with dead dogs named "Pookie".

Not recommended for Britany Spears fans, Al Gore, People can't temporarily regress to a Beavis and Butthead like state and laugh at the blood-soaked silliness of it all and people who can't find the humor in a talking penis or giant, amorphic, farting monster with Hitler's head.


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