Considering it’s a crazy superhero concept and low budget, it is an entertaining film that was well done. There is the traditional superhero concept of a regular person gaining superhero powers by a bizarre phenomenon. However, you won’t see the typical powers of superhuman strength, ability to fly, x-ray vision, for example, but you will see a superhero urinate spaghetti.
The film was directed by Mark Potts stars Benjamin Crutcher, Winston Carter, Brand Rackley, Joe LoCicero and Leigh Wulff. Here is some additional information provided by October Coast PR.
Sling off, Spidey. Growl elsewhere, Bats. Come back down to earth, Guardians. … There’s a new superhero in town and his name is SPAGHETTIMAN! Audiences will finally get to curl their fork around one of the tastiest treats of the year when Spaghettiman hits theaters and VOD this Fall from Uncork’d Entertainment!The traveling roadshow of theatrical screenings kicks off in Los Angeles with the hilarious stench of Bolognese surrounding the Los Feliz Theatre on 9/24.
Clark doesn’t care about you. He doesn’t care about the world. He barely cares about himself. But after an incident with an old bowl of spaghetti and a malfunctioning microwave, he becomes a superhero that can fight crime with the power of spaghetti. However, you have to pay him.
A cylindrical comedy drenched in tomato paste, director Mark Potts’ Spaghettiman has gone down a treat at festivals where it had audiences in stitches and had critics calling it “Deadpool meets The Big Lebowski” (DC Filmdom) “fun, daring..” (Screen Anarchy) and “Genuinely and surprisingly funny” (Edward Douglas).
SPAGHETTIMAN will be available on digital this Fall.