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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.

Director:

Scott Leberecht

Writers:

Keith Giffen (comic), Alan Grant (comic) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Andrew Bryniarski ... Lobo
Tom Gibis ... Easter Bunny
Michael V. Allen Michael V. Allen ... Santa Claus
Micheal Goodrow Micheal Goodrow ... Cecil (as Michael Goodrow)
Douglas Blakeslee Douglas Blakeslee ... Roger
Charles Wyman Charles Wyman ... Byron
Jim O'Brien Jim O'Brien ... Bartender
Chandler Levrich Chandler Levrich ... Security Elf #1
Robert Moss Robert Moss ... Security Elf #2
Rachel Moore Rachel Moore ... Bunny Girl #1
Amy Fadhli 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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Genres:

Action | Short | Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Trivia

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

Quotes

Easter Bunny: I'm the fucking Easter Bunny!
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Crazy Credits

For all the children of the world See more »

Connections

References Aliens (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Living Dead Girl
Rob Zombie
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based on comic, low budget, story simplified, minor flaws, holiday fun
18 June 2004 | by weskerhouseSee all my reviews

I am a big fan of Lobo. That said, I can say that the movie is in the same spirit as the Lobo issue it is based on. The film does simplify the story and remove some of the ultra violence, I assume for budgetary reasons. As a fan it is obvious that I am biased, however I do have a couple small complaints that only a die-hard fan would notice and in no way take away from the story. For instance in the comics Lobo has some pointed teeth but not fangs, also in the comics Lobo carries huge weapons but now he uses a pistol and some of the dialog just doesn't sound like what the main man would say. The only problems that a casual viewer might have is that it is sometimes hard to understand what certain characters are saying, as is common with a low budget project. Also the main problem is that the film is so hard to find to begin with. If you can find it and have some idea of the character or just don't like the holidays this is a great little film to add to your collection.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

May 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Lobo Paramilitary Christmas Special See more »

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Budget:

$2,400 (estimated)
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