Romeo Montague is the alias of (the re-animated) Patient Zero, a skilled, mutated android hit-man/pimp/ancient relics collector, that lives in Verona City, N.Y.; a dystopic metropolis ... See full summary »
Cartoonist: Romeo Montague, a skilled (dying, bloated and drunken) former vampire-killer and his star-crossed bad-girl-with-a-gun partner: Julie Capuletti, returns in this campy, erotic sequel to the infamous cult-classic:'Frankenpimp'.
Eric, a highly-gifted golfer but radically-undisciplined college undergrad, finds his world drastically altered after losing a golf bet to a pair of sadistic plastic surgeons. Eric's ... See full summary »
Romeo Montague is the alias of (the re-animated) Patient Zero, a skilled, mutated android hit-man/pimp/ancient relics collector, that lives in Verona City, N.Y.; a dystopic metropolis filled with extreme horror & sexual deviancy; featuring: a lustful, demonic, man-eating Astro-Queen, a psychotic South American underworld god, human/android sex-slave party-girls, bloodthirsty zombies, vengeful deities and alien hooker vampire junkies/go-go girls. The cities are also plagued with murderous cybernetic 'goon' robots, that are constantly trying to take Montague's life, as he and his street hustling pal 'Tricky' tries to figure out which one of his jive-ass enemies are trying to kill him (as well as trying to stay one step ahead of 'The Man'). In the middle of this chaos, Romeo/Zero tries to find the thief of his ancient , multi-million dollar voodoo ring. Written by
According to director/producer/writer Tony Watt, the twenty three Hollywood archetypes for his Romeo/Patient X character, are: Marlon Brando (from his only self-directed western), John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Johnny Cash, Mel Gibson (early 80's), Elvis (late 60's), Sean Connery, Clint Eastwood, Steve McQueen, Yul Brynner, Tom Laughlin, Sonny Chiba, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef Toshiro Mifune, John Cleese, Dean Martin, Vinnie Jones, Jason Statham, James Garner, Cary Grant, Bruce Lee and Pernell Roberts ('60's western actor). See more »
[When asked about the supernatural event that had transpired]
It's Hoo-doo, I tells ya!
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