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Killjoy's Psycho Circus online movie review - Full Moon knows how to keep you coming back (SPOILERS)
The overall plot takes place a few years after the events of Killjoy Goes to Hell. Killjoy (Trent Haaga) and his posse, consisting of Batty Boop (Victoria De Mare), Freakshow (Tai Chan Ngo) and Punchy (Al Burke), have been living on Earth.
But instead of raising hell like they intended, they have been struggling to make it big, namely by producing two Killjoy films, and hosting a show called Psycho Circus. As Killjoy struggles to maintain his life on Earth, Beelzebub (Steve Cardwell) seeks to bring Killjoy back to Hell where he belongs.
For a franchise that started off with two bad films, I'm honestly surprised that they keep getting better and better, for this franchise is 3-2 now; three good ones and two bad ones. If you're new and haven't seen any film from this franchise, start with Killjoy 3. You don't have to watch the first two to understand the plot. It's not needed to see the first two, considering that our characters in this film makes those films fictional within their universe. You following me so far?
This film has the same type of Monty Python self-aware type humor that Evil Bong High 5 had going for it, as well as a lack of care for continuity, considering this film series takes place within the same universe as the Evil Bong franchise, and the Gingerdead Man franchise. Some things don't make sense, and some chunks of the movie is just advertising to other Full Moon products. But the difference between this and Evil Bong High 5 is the humor in this film is ACTUALLY funny, and because its funny AND intentionally bad in some areas, I can forgive it for not making sense at points. I can forgive some of the lack of continuity between these franchises now because having them in the same universe is actually more fun to watch, but at the same time, can be distracting if you take these franchises too seriously like I do sometimes. And the Full Moon promotion in this film, while there, is less in your face than Evil Bong High 5 was. This film takes more time in promoting Adam and Eve, Shivers and Quivers, Tommy Pistol, and Sony.
This film was a blast to watch, and its nice to see that the Kickstarters for this movie paid off well in the end. I hope to see more films like this in the future. Not just Killjoy, but other Full Moon films, except the Evil Bong movies, unless they get a boost like this series did. I can only hope Puppet Master XI: Axis Termination is as good as I'm hoping it to be.