In 2024, Trump is ending his second term, and an evil organization from a foreign land is looking to buy the next president and end the so-called “homosexual menace” once and for all. Enter: Dynastud (Anthony Gaudette), a superhero that can fuck dudes until they explode…like not in the sexual way; more like their brains splatter everywhere…oh, and there’s glitter confetti involved too.
This is a good thing as the chief candidate for the presidency is Senator Hightower (Bruce Church); an insanely right wing conservative that randomly shoots whoever goes against his values or angers him…and he’s not going to let anything stand in his way to ruling the country…not even the embarrassment of his husband-less, nymphomaniac daughter Patty (Candace Sampson), whom he marries off to Bart (Derek Laurendeau), a gay dude Dynastud rescues before the newlyweds can “seal the deal” on their wedding night. Soon Hightower pulls out all stops, and Dynastud will have to pull out all stops to put an end to the machinations of that sinister Senator!
While director Richard Griffin usually has his terror toes dipped deep into my beloved horror biz, Code Name: Dynastud is most assuredly a comedy…and one over-the-top, offensive, and truly ridiculous one at that…so of course I loved every fuckin’ second of it! Where else can you get: Dune references, Trump robots, Kung-fu, rivers of maple syrup, super powers, spaceships, blowies, and even on point social commentary…all presented with equal aplomb?!! Along with that you get an incredibly game and entertaining cast, with Gaudette more than up to the challenge of being the erstwhile and violence prone superhero and Church making for a bond villain of a politician, but for me the scene was stolen by Sampson as the over-sexed dim bulb Patty and Griffin regular Aaron Andrade as an evil soldier with a voice you simply have to hear to believe! Finally, as with every Griffin production I’ve laid my putrid peepers on; the cinematography and especially the lighting is top shelf.
If you’re looking for some good laughs (and these days, who isn’t), or one hell of an off-kilter take on the whole superhero mythos, or if you just are just into maple syrup and space battles (aren’t we all) then check out Code Name: Dynastud as soon as you can!