The Haunted World of El Superbeasto is gory, vulgar, tactless, and absolutely insane, playing like an acid trip from a horror movie buff who watched a lot of Ren and Stimpy and Toxic Avenger growing up. These aren't words of negativity, however; this Rob Zombie-directed cartoon also happens to be one of the funniest cartoons I have seen in my life... but is not without its flaws.
The plot is a little wonky, but it goes like this: El Superbeasto (Tom Papa) is a retired wrestler who spends his time having sex with a large number of women and trying to make money on his image. In the few precious seconds he is not doing this, he also dabbles as a superhero alongside his sister Suzi X, an eyepatch-wearing, badass chick whom all the guys (and her robot sidekick) desire. When a stripper named Velma Von Black (Rosario Dawson) is kidnapped by the nefarious and nerdy Dr. Satan (Paul Giamatti... I know, right?) to be his unholy bride, Superbeasto embarks on a quest to save her — with the hopes that she will have sex with him in return. In between all of this, Suzi X battles a horde of undead Nazis led by the living head of Hitler in a pickle jar. Throw in some musical numbers, lots of horror movie icon cameos, nudity, loads of swearing, and stir.
I had an absolute blast watching this movie. In its short running time of 77 minutes, it is packed with non-stop violence, sex, and comedy. The voice actors are of a very high caliber for the most part (especially Papa and Giamatti, who apparently likes to supplement his Oscar nominations with crazy animated movies) and while the story doesn't make sense, it doesn't really have to; it's just a fun little ride.
The animation itself is of Ren and Stimpy/Ripping Friends quality, so if you like those animation styles, you'll like this. The studio who animated those two shows may have done this film, but I didn't look it up because I'm a slacker film critic.