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If you're willing to just sit back and enjoy all the nods, winks and over-the-top violence, Chuck Steel is a rather fun ride, with Mort and his animation team faithfully re-creating the slick and sleazy aesthetics of bargain-bin action and horror flicks.
Entertaining, if not a little exhausting, Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires is as insane as the short, and much much more.
Chuck's chauvinistic hypermasculinity, though putatively being ironised and lampooned, is also affectionately reasserted and nostalgically revalorised, leaving something of a sour taste in the mouth.
The plot and idea are simple and predictable and if - like this writer - you have seen any number of those classic Joel Silver and Steven Seagal flicks, then this is right up your dark alley.
It's crude, it's childish, and damn if it's not a good time!
Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires understands its audience well, and wears its own love of genre proudly on its sleeve.
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