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The Haunted World of El Superbeasto -- Rob Zombie presents the animated adventure of secret-agent El Superbeasto, an over-the-hill wrestler with more interest in exotic dancers than crime-fighting.
The Haunted World of El Superbeasto -- The story follows the adventures of El Superbeasto, a washed-up Mexican luchador, and his sultry sidekick and sister Suzi-X as they confront an evil villain by the name of Dr. Satan.


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A washed-up luchador and his super-spy sister investigate Nazi zombies, a nefarious scientist, and a stripper with a Satanic birthmark. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Joe Alaskey ... Erik the Newscaster (voice)

Ken Foree ... Luke St. Luke (voice)

Tom Papa ... El Superbeasto (voice)

April Winchell ... Dame Grace Appleton / Liza / Babs / Dolly / Joan / Gloria / Scripty / Helga Strudel (voice)

Dee Wallace ... Trixie (voice)

Laraine Newman ... Lefty / Kate / Courtney / Smelga Strudel / Betty Sue Lou (voice)

Cassandra Peterson ... Amber (voice)

Jess Harnell ... Uncle Carl (voice)

Harland Williams ... Gerard the Exterminator (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Michael / Commercial Voice / Bobby Hyde / Commandant Hess / Assistant Cameraman / El Gato / Grossburger / Creature Preacher (voice)

Debra Wilson ... Cigarette Girl / Bride Fronkenstein / Female Patron / Stripper in Hall / Telephone Victim / Old Woman (voice)
Tom Klein ... Mr. Fly (voice)

Clint Howard ... Joe Cthulu (voice)

Sheri Moon Zombie ... Suzi X (voice)

Brian Posehn ... Murray (voice)

Tom Kenny ... Rover / Otto / Old Man / Herbie (voice)

Dee Bradley Baker ... Nazi Zombie (voice)

Paul Giamatti ... Dr. Satan (voice)

Geoffrey Lewis ... Lenny (voice)

Rosario Dawson ... Velvet Von Black (voice)

John DiMaggio ... Burt the Spurt (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Nerdy Patron (voice)

Danny Trejo ... Boss Rico (voice)

Carlos Alazraqui ... Bennie Redriguez (voice)

Tura Satana ... Varla (voice)

Bill Moseley ... Otis Driftwood (voice)

Rodger Bumpass ... Screaming Patron (voice) (as Roger Bumpass)

Sid Haig ... Captain Spaulding (voice)

Charles Adler ... Krongarr / Mooney McMoon / Albino Singer (voice) (as Charlie Adler)

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Santa Baby (voice)

Daniel Roebuck ... Morris Green (voice)
Christopher Corey Smith ... Walla Voodoo (voice) (as Christopher Smith)
Zach Hanks ... Walla Voodoo (voice) (as Zachary Hanks)
Ezra Weisz ... Walla Voodoo (voice)

Karen Strassman ... Walla Voodoo (voice)

Directed by
Rob Zombie 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mike Bell  additional story
Joe Ekers  additional story (as Rocket Ekers)
Tom Klein  additional story
Mr. Lawrence  additional screenplay material
Joe Orrantia  additional story
Tom Papa  writer
Carey Yost  additional story
Rob Zombie  story

Produced by
Kelly Armstrong .... executive producer: Carbunkle Cartoons
Jerry Davis .... executive producer
Andy Gould .... producer
John W. Hyde .... executive producer
Bob Jaques .... producer: Carbunkle Cartoons
Tae Soo Kim .... producer: Big Star Animation (as Taesoo Kim)
Tom Klein .... producer
Jeremy Platt .... co-producer
Rob Zombie .... executive producer
Original Music by
Tyler Bates 
Film Editing by
Bret Marnell 
Production Design by
James Hegedus 
Art Direction by
James Hegedus 
Production Management
Dana C. Booton .... production manager (as Dana Booton)
Julia Bricklin .... production manager
Steve Donmyer .... production manager
Joe Goyette .... production manager
Suzannah Szabo .... production manager
Eric Vesbit .... production manager: retakes
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marco Cinello .... co-director
Mike Disa .... co-director
Joe Ekers .... co-director (as Rocket Ekers)
Tom Klein .... additional director
Mr. Lawrence .... additional director
Byron Vaughns .... co-director
Art Department
John Achenbach .... storyboard artist
Mike Bell .... storyboard artist
Kimberly Bitsui .... key background artist (as Kim Bitsui)
Barry Caldwell .... storyboard artist
John Calmette .... key background artist
Antonio Canobbio .... background designer
Marco Cinello .... storyboard artist
Mark Colangelo .... storyboard artist
Richard Daskas .... key background artist
William Dely .... lead background artist (as Bill Dely)
Dan Fausett .... storyboard artist
Chris Headrick .... storyboard artist
A.J. Jothikumar .... storyboard artist
Craig Kellman .... storyboard artist
Clay Morrow .... storyboard artist
Lynne Naylor .... storyboard artist
Joe Orrantia .... storyboard artist
Chris Reccardi .... storyboard artist
Lenord Robinson .... storyboard artist
Jeff Siergey .... storyboard artist
Jim Smith .... storyboard artist
George W. Stokes .... background design
Byron Vaughns .... storyboard artist
Carey Yost .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Jonathan Abelardo .... dialogue editor
Jesse Aruda .... track reader (as Jesse Arruda)
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Paul Berolzheimer .... sound effects designer
Paul Berolzheimer .... sound effects editor
Devon Bowman .... production sound mixer
Mike Chock .... sound editor
Mark Coffey .... assistant sound editor
Krandal Crews .... dialogue mixer
Ezra Dweck .... sound effects editor
Ezra Dweck .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Geisler .... supervising sound editor (as Michael M. Geisler)
Justin Herman .... mix technician
Mark A. Mangini .... sound re-recording mixer
Wilson Martinez .... track reader
Mark Mercado .... dialogue mixer
Ken S. Polk .... sound re-recording mixer
Steve Schatz .... sound mixing recordist
Carlos Sotolongo .... adr mixer
Lucy Sustar .... foley mixer
Robert Ulrich .... dialogue editor
Laurie Wetzler .... track reader
James Wright .... sound consultant: Dolby
Special Effects by
Marc Ceccarelli .... special effects
John Dillon .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Louie C. Jhocson .... additional compositor (as Louis Jhocson)
Animation Department
John Achenbach .... story artist
Nathan Affolter .... animation timer
Jong-Choul Baek .... animator
Chris Battle .... character designer
Darren Brereton .... timing director
Sangyeop Cha .... animator
Seonghee Choi .... inbetween artist
Ray Claffey .... additional animation timer
Joe Ekers .... character and props design (as Rocket Ekers)
Joe Ekers .... storyboard and character layout (as Rocket Ekers)
Dan Fausett .... additional animation timer
Richard Gasparian .... timing supervisor (as Richard J. Gasparian)
Colin Giles .... animation timer
Rodel Gravo .... background layout artist
Rafael Hurtado .... character clean-up
Seongae Im .... inbetween artist
Bob Jaques .... animation director: Carbunkle Cartoons
Doo-Hwan Jeon .... layout artist (as Doohwan Jeon)
Hyunyoung Jeon .... background artist
Soonok Ji .... inbetween artist
Eunsook Jung .... inbetween artist
Sun-Hee Kang .... inbetween artist (as Sunhee Kang)
Dooyoo Kim .... animation director: Big Star Animation
Heekyeong Kim .... background artist
Hyunae Kim .... inbetween artist
HyungJin Kim .... animator
Icheol Kim .... layout artist
Itae Kim .... animation director: Big Star Animation
Phillip Kim .... key background artist (as Yung Woo Kim)
Sechang Kim .... layout artist
Sehan Kim .... animator
Youngjoong Kim .... animator
Eunah Ko .... background artist
Jeongoon Koo .... inbetween artist
Mr. Lawrence .... character and props design
Mr. Lawrence .... storyboard and character layout
Eunsook Lee .... inbetween artist
Hwaseon Lee .... inbetween artist
Insook Lee .... animator
Yongbeom Lee .... animator
Steven Dean Moore .... storyboard and character layout
Yeonjoo Nam .... animator
Lynne Naylor .... character designer
Junyoung Park .... layout artist
Youngho Park .... animator
Chris Ross .... animation timer
Seonhoo Shin .... layout artist
Namhyoi Song .... inbetween artist
Greg Stainton .... animation timer
Miles Thompson .... key background artist
Spyros Tsiounis .... story artist
Erica Volk .... assistant animator
Stevan Wahl .... storyboard and character layout (as Steve Wahl)
Bill Wray .... key background artist
Seungchul Yee .... animation director: Big Star Animation
Chunyong Yoo .... animator
Editorial Department
Robert Anich .... additional editor (as Robert Anich Cole)
Gus Comegys .... on-line editor
Glenn Garland .... consulting editor
Mark Griffith .... digital intermediate colorist
Paul Lavoie .... digital intermediate producer
Emily Oates .... assistant editor
Music Department
Sara Andon .... musician: flute
Kitty Bancroft .... musician: guitars
Tyler Bates .... music programmer
Matt Battle .... musician: guitars
Gustavo Borner .... music recordist
Eli Brueggemann .... musician: piano
Danielle DeAndrea .... vocalist
Michael Farrow .... music mixer
Gordy Haab .... musician: trombone
Darrell Hall .... music editor
Andy Langham .... musician: keyboards
Jeremy Levy .... musician: trombone
Scotty Lund .... musician: drums
Jerry Moore .... musician: tenor and alto saxophone
Jason Tregoe Newman .... music editor (as Jason Tregoe-Newman)
Kyle Newmaster .... composer: additional music
Kyle Newmaster .... musician: trumpet
Kyle Newmaster .... orchestrator
Phil O'Connor .... musician: clarinet and alto saxophone
Janine Scalise .... music clearances
Eric Sittner .... musician: bass
Jamey Tate .... musician: drums
Janet Varney .... vocalist
Gary Wicks .... musician: bass
Other crew
Peter Baghdassarian .... business and legal affairs (as Peter Baghdassarian Esq.)
Jenny Bettis .... intern
Robert Brunette .... assistant: Tom Klein
Robert Brunette .... production coordinator
Adrian Cabezas .... intern
Talia Caruso .... production assistant: Carbunkle Cartoons
Sidney Clifton .... executive: Film Roman
Bradley Cooper .... information technology
Christopher Davis .... paralegal
Christine Deitner .... production coordinator
Elaine DeMari .... information technology
Anthony Dente .... production assistant
Dixon Q. Dern .... business and legal affairs (as Dixon Q. Dern Esq.)
Mike Disa .... technical consultant
Daniel Einhorn .... production executive assistant
Delia Fance .... production accountant
Jay Fukuto .... executive: Film Roman
Brian Gee .... information technology
Scott D. Greenberg .... executive: Film Roman
Zach Hanks .... adr voice
Ivan Lawrence .... information technology
Sidnee Lewis .... production coordinator (as Sidney Lewis)
Sarah Martin .... assistant to the producer
Samuel Mason .... IT department: Film Roman
Charles McCaskill .... executive director: IT
Ray Miceli .... production accountant (as Ray Micelli)
Everett A. Oliver .... production coordinator (as Everett Oliver)
David Orona .... information technology
Anna Pagan .... production executive assistant
Corina Paz .... production executive assistant
Chance Raspberry .... intern
Roy Allen Smith .... sequence director
Bob Taylor .... production accountant
Cynthia Turkington .... executive: Film Roman
Jodie Wilson .... assistant: Rob Zombie
Steve Fisch .... business affairs (uncredited)
Karina Kliss .... special thanks
Laura Knight .... special thanks

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Rated R for strong crude and sexual content throughout, nude graphics, language, violence and gore
USA:77 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The number 666 shows up frequently in the film, including the copyright date at the beginning - DCLXVI, 666 in Roman Numerals.See more »
Continuity: Suzi X says that she doesn't wear panties and doesn't put any on during her costume change, but during her fight with Velvet von Black, a pair can be clearly seen after the back of her jumpsuit gets ripped off.See more »
Velvet Von Black:Hello, will somebody get a monkey off a bitch?See more »
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References Escape from New York (1981)See more »
A Fifth of BeethovenSee more »


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23 out of 37 people found the following review useful.
Rob Zombie presents his own fritz the cat., 11 September 2009
Author: buiredintime from orlando, flordia

Okay we all know Rob Zombie and the way he films, it's all about the uneasiness of the situation, the excessiveness of it all whether it be extreme amounts of gore, language, nudity, fast paced cuts and over the top acting. It's nothing new going into the Haunted world of el superbeasto to think it would be anything different, I knew the moment I heard Zombie was going to do an animated film that he in fact was going for Cool World meets Fritz the cat. The man obviously loves his Woman in seductive form and he loves his exploitation turned to 11. Of course Haunted world is no different.

Now I won't sugar coat the movie, it's graphic, as graphic a comic movie I've ever seen, boobs pop up everywhere, people mutilate themselves and are killed in graphic ways, there's sexual situations at every turn and language so course that it would make a sailor curl in his boots. It's to be expected and to be honest it get's a little old after awhile. I don't understand why Zombie can't just tone it done a little. I know he's really into the horror aspect of it all but sometimes I think Zombie does it just to do it, it distracts from what could be a really cool Animated movie.

Now it's not all bad, in fact the acting is quite entertaining and good, especially Tom Papa as Superbeasto, he's so over the top it's hilarious. He plays a wrestler living a crazed strange world where his characters are all monsters and creatures outside of a few people. What makes the movie interesting and fun is it does detour from his true horror genre, yes it has it's horror routes but the movie is so much different than what you've seen from Rob zombie, I say he should tone it down but the movie as a whole is somewhat fresh, it's somewhat funny thanks in part to Mr. Lawernce and Tom Papa in part writing the script. Instead of having Rob zombie write true cliché character, the characters here are different and entertaining. I especially like the new takes on some of Zombies movie characters like Dr. Satan, which in this movie is skinny, scrawny and has a pet ape and surprisingly is voiced by the most awesomeness Paul Giamatti. You also Spongebob himself Tom Kinny playing Otto the deranged father from Corpses, as well as Sid Haig playing Captain spaulding. Even though these characters are gruesome in the live action movies, there played with quite entertaining delight and goofiness in this movie. Heck they even threw in Rosario Dawson for good measure.

Now on the flipside the story plays a lot like a elongated TV series, being from Starz media I'm almost assuming that this will become a TV show in the future if it catches on. It doesn't make sense all the time and feels like it's too disjointed at some points where the story literally stops to show us some sexual situation or naked woman and man having sex. The story to me is probably it's weakest point, it's not all bad and can make you chuckle if you have a disturbed sense of humor such as myself but still it's like I said earlier, it's almost like Rob Zombie is paying homage to fritz the cat.

On one last note, I expected the film to almost have a Heavy metal feel, in that the animation would be disjointed and raw but instead we get something close in line to Osmosis Jones and Beavis and Butthead, it's slightly disjointed but it's not too extreme, it's just what it is. Trust me when I say it's very cool to look and very well drawn but it still could have used a slightly heavier disjointed feel.

Okay to summarize, out of all the Zombie films I've seen this is the better of the films, it doesn't mean it's all around great because it's not, it has problems, some more glaring than others but within all it's flaws the movie is still fun to watch and I would recommend it with only slight caution, if you get offended easily then be cautious otherwise I give it a 7/10.

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