Galactic Gigolo (1988)





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In this comedy, a broccoli-shaped alien named Eoj (Carmine Capobianco) lives on the planet Crowak, which is populated entirely by vegetable life forms. When Eoj wins a two-week trip to Earth, he transforms himself into a silver-suited gigolo and heads off to Prospect, Connecticut to bed as many Earth women as he can.
Comedy , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Michael Citriniti
as Sonny/Studio Audience
Will Rokos
as Pie Vendor
Taylor Neary
as Veronica
Christopher Frank
as Studio Audience/Indian #1/Redneck
Elizabeth Rose
as Lemonade Vendor
Ruth Collins
as Dr. Ruth Pepper
Angela Nicholas
as Peggy Sue Peggy
Debi Thibeault
as Hildy Johnson
Frank Stewart
as Waldo Crabbo
Tony Kruk
as Carmine/Studio Audience
Herb Klinger
as William Phillip Durgan
Karen Nielsen
as Kathy/Cheer Leader
Mike Brady
as Reporter
Lisa Schmidt
as Joanne/Cheer Leader
Barry Finkel
as Billy Joe Bob
Ed Powers
as Reporter
David Coughlin
as Tony/Studio Audience
Todd Grant Kimsey
as Big Peter Dick
Bill L. Gillogy
as Tommy Jerry Joe
J.L. Gitter
as Sammy Harry Bill
Toni Whyne
as Kelly
Jenny Bassett
as Alison
George Bernota
as Studio Audience/Cameraman
Jan Radder
as Studio Audience/Redneck #2
Danny Noyes
as Reporter
Jerry Rakow
as Reporter #4
Don Sirasky
as Pa Goldberg
Shaun Cashman
as New Spaceman
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Galactic Gigolo begins on a distant planet ran by large, talking vegetables are in the middle of the planet's most popular game show where Broccoli-guy Eoj wins a trip to the planet Earth in a popular town called Prospect in Connecticut where all the girls are sexy and easy. Eoj is turned into a human (played by writer Carmine Capobianco) and begins his quest of bedding each and every woman in town using his psychic abilities to arouse them and make them sleep with him. Once people realize who he is, everyone wants a piece of Eoj, including a reporter that wants to sell his exploits as a book, a group of dimwitted mobsters who wants to use him for a crime-spree, and a family of Jewish redneck hillbillies who want Eoj dead just because. This low-budget sex comedy screams to be watched by all bad movie fans. It's corny, low brow, and lame beyond belief, though filled with an abundant amount of young, 80's boobage. On the other, it offers a nice throwback to the times when low budget filmmaking studios like Troma and Full Moon (in fact, Galactic Gigolo was released through Full Moon) were making actual movies, albeit extremely trashy ones. Please, don't be an idiot and waste your time renting this film if you struggle to handle films that aren't mainstream or popular. This film is a far cry from cream of the crop, but it's genuinely funny at times, and even reminiscent of something like Cannibal: The Musical (though still not as funny as). Take a look; you might be surprised.

Jason Duron
Jason Duron

Fantastic if obscure screwball comedy. Spiritual sequel to the great Psychos in Love, with most of the same cast. Eoj (Joe backwards from the character's name in Psychos) is a carrot from the planet Krowank. He wins a game show prize to come the horniest place in the universe: Prospect, New Jersey. There he has a short time to make love with all the women of Prospect, who all easily sign off on this somehow. While trying to accomplish this goal he ends up dodging some Jewish Hillbillies, like Billy Joe Bob Goldstein, as well as a small gang of bumbling gangsters that want to utilize Eoj's shapechanging abilities to pull a bank heist. It's all really silly and really very funny. As with their previous efforts, contains plenty of spectacular 80s boobs and off color humor. Nothing totally obscene, but not really for this kiddies. You will appreciate many inside jokes if you watch Psychos in Love prior to this, which you should do anyway. This one is more widely available than Psychos in Love (Full Moon Entertainment controls the rights.) And as always, cut the frabba jabba Carmine!

Jon Wagner
Jon Wagner

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