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The Lobo Paramilitary Christmas Special (2002)

Not Rated | | Action, Short, Comedy | May 2002 (USA)
The Easter Bunny is tired of being second-best to Christmas, so he hires Lobo aka The Main Man to take out Santa Claus in order for him to rule over the Holidays. But nothing goes as planned when The Main Man is involved.

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Michael V. Allen ...
Michael Goodrow ...
Cecil
Douglas Blakeslee ...
Roger
Charles Wyman ...
Byron
Jim O'Brien ...
Bartender
Chandler Levrich ...
Security Elf #1
Robert Moss ...
Security Elf #2
Rachel Moore ...
Bunny Girl #1
Amy Fadhli ...
Bunny Girl #2
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The Easter Bunny is tired of being second-best to Christmas, so he hires Lobo aka The Main Man to take out Santa Claus in order for him to rule over the Holidays. But nothing goes as planned when The Main Man is involved.

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Action | Short | Comedy

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Not Rated

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$2,400 (estimated)
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Because AFI films are considered educational exercises, the director could utilize the Lobo characters and stories owned by DC Comics. See more »

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Security Elf #1: [just before dying] The Naughtiest One has come!
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For all the children of the world See more »

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References The Blair Witch Project (1999) See more »

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Living Dead Girl
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Lobo is Lobo
20 August 2004 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I have always loved Lobo since I first lay my eyes upon him. This mean killer, with the greatest look. It's a good try, to make a Lobo flick. The problem is that Lobo can't be made 'real'; at least it is very hard to make him look good (as you all know that he dose). But Ken Niederbaumer, that is the key special effects make-up artist, and Scott Leberecht, that have directed this Lobo flick, have made a great work.

Of course the acting is a bit poor, but I had expected something much worse.

If you get the chance to see it, I recommend you to do so. Lobo is Lobo, and I hope to see more of him in motion.

10/10 (mainly because I expected something much worse)

/Elforg


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