An American thriller, Spaghettiman is a crime-fighting and action genre movie. The movie was directed by Pulitzer Prize Winning journalist and filmmaker, Mark Potts.
The story of the spaghettiman is the brainchild of Mark Potts, Benjamin Crutcher, Winston Carter, and Brand Rackley. The thriller, Spaghettiman, was produced by Reilly Smith. It also includes Vance Kotrla as the music composer.
The cinematography for the movie, Spaghettiman, is done by Molly Becker. The film was edited by Mark Potts. Joe LoCicero was the stunt and fight choreographer for the thriller superhero movie.
Spaghettiman was produced under the Heckbender and Luminis Picturae production companies.
The movie was filmed in Los Angeles, California, USA.
The movie was released in 2016, but there is no specific day that can be said to be the official release date of the movie spaghettiman. It was released on the 19th of February, 2016 at the Oxford Film Festival. On the 19th of April, 2016, it premiered at the Dallas International Film Festival. Then it had its Blu-ray and DVD premiere in Germany on the 26th of July, 2019.
The movie was distributed by Lighthouse Home Entertainment, Umbrella Entertainment, and Uncork’d Entertainment.
The movie is about a middle-aged man who seems to care less about anything. His life gets interesting when an incident with a malfunctioning microwave and some old spaghetti turned him into a superhero that shoots spaghetti out of his body. He is determined to keep the streets safe, but for some cash.
The movie spaghettiman stars characters such as a middle-aged man turn superhero overnight – Clark by Ben Crutcher as the leading character, Shadow man/dale by Winston carter, Anthony Banner by Brand Rackley, Keto by Joe LoCicero, Katie by Leigh Wulff, Officer Garibaldi by Kevin M. Brennan, Officer Betts by Doug Manley, Nasty Nate by Nathan Caywood, Pot Doctor by Matt Hobby, Miss Hansen by Mary Grill, Stephanie (Janna Jude) by Janna Jude Brown, Bar Partier by David Reynolds, Dizzy Daisy by Ali Hoffmann and Gary by Joe Fria.
The movie, Spaghettiman also stars other recurring characters as a phone thief by Joseph Aceves, a mugged man by Ross Buran, Hench Ninja Z by Alex Castro, Hench Ninja X by Jenny Das Larry by Jacob Cormier, a homeless kid by Jeremy Culhane, a newscaster by Erika Curry, a mugger Calogero’s Homie by Chad Damiani, Zamir by Samir Forghani, Bar Partier’s Wingman by Alex Galbate, Lennox by Michael L. Garcia, Wheelchair man by Anthony Gloe, a kidnapper by Ryan Johnson, a purse thief by Juan Velasco and whole others.
The movie is not your regular superhero movie. It is comic, thrilling, and engaging.