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Guardians of the Galaxy: Inferno (2017) HD online
Language: English
Category: Creative Work / Short / Comedy / Music
Original Title: Guardians of the Galaxy: Inferno
Director: James Gunn,David Yarovesky
Writers: James Gunn
Released: 2017
Duration: 4min
Video type: Creative Work
A Guardians of the Galaxy video, the Guardians Inferno, featuring 80s pop star Zardu Hasselfrau.


Credited cast:
David Hasselhoff David Hasselhoff - Zardu Hasselfrau
Chris Pratt Chris Pratt - Himself / Robot
Dave Bautista Dave Bautista - Himself
Karen Gillan Karen Gillan - Herself
Zoe Saldana Zoe Saldana - Herself
Michael Rooker Michael Rooker - Himself
James Gunn James Gunn - Himself
Sean Gunn Sean Gunn - Himself
Pom Klementieff Pom Klementieff - Herself
Stan Lee Stan Lee - Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Guillermo Rodriguez Guillermo Rodriguez

"Procyon lotor" is the Latin name for "raccoon".

Reviews: [3]

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    I absolutely love the Guardians of the Galaxy series. No matter who you are there's something for you to enjoy. To go along with Vol. 2, Marvel put together a music video parody of the 70's disco style, featuring actors from the movie dressed up in ridiculous outfits from the era.

    In the video, The actors who played the roles of Mantis, Kraglin, Yondu, Drax, Nebula, Gamora, and Starlord all appear in some form throughout the video, as well as David Hasselhoff (As Zardu Hasselfrau) and the movie's director, James Gunn. They all dance around and sing the Guardians theme song in it's Disco form.

    Now back in the 70's, When Star wars first came out, Disco was huge. So to bring the 2 together, a group called Meco composed a star wars disco theme record, and it was very, very popular. This video is meant to be a parody of said theme. But it's a very enjoyable parody.
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    So after seeing some people complain about this I had to write my first review.

    If you take this video seriously, as a music video or a bonus feature, it seems pretty horrible. It's tacky and not well acted, with cheesy visuals.

    However, it was not intended for that. It is a complete parody of the disco videos of the early 80s. Complete with synth music, odd colors, bad costumes, David Hasselhoff, and crappy porn star costumes. When you look at is as a parody it is really funny, and fits right in line with the GotG sense of humor. Even the lyrics invoke parody. But it's a fun way to see the main stars of the movie having some fun and poking fun at a genre and era that has a lot of emphasis in Peter Quill's life, as it was that era when he left Earth. The music he listens to, and the shows he watches are all 80's themed.

    So while as a stand-alone it is a bit on the ridiculous side, if you understand James Gunn's sense of humor and understand that it is all about making fun of itself, then you will appreciate it more and find the humor in it. Plus a Stan Lee sighting is always fun!
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    "Guardians of the Galaxy: Inferno" is a 3.5-minute music video spoof from 2017 and this was done in a way where it would look like the most colorful, over-the-top music video from the 1980s. I am not sure to which extent James Gunn worked on this one, but for his own sake I hope not too much. The man who seemed to have directed these approximately 200 seconds, David Yarovesky, I have never heard of him and that may be a good thing. David Hasselhoff's cult status was used on several occasions in the second GotG film and this little video we have here focuses on him entirely if we ignore Chris Pratt at the very end. However, I believe this one here is as bad as it gets for a DVD/BluRay add-on. It's not funny, it's not catchy, it's not creative, it's not smart, it has basically zero connection to the film and not even the biggest Hasselhoff fans can enjoy it because the thing is halfway over already when he appears for the very first time and then after just a few seconds, he is pretty much gone again until it's over. So I really cannot think of any target group at all who likes this. It's a failure, a huge mess and I have no idea what they were thinking. Major thumbs-down. Don't watch.