My thing is more Peter Jackson, especially the likes of Bad Taste. It's creative. It also comments on the interest we all have in fast food. It has characters. It doesn't pretend to be anything it's not. It's not homophobic. (Yeah, Poultrygeist is homophobic.) Poultrygeist is just toilet humor. As are most of Troma's in-home offerings after the mid-80's. Though I really liked Sgt. Kabukiman. That's fun childishness / immaturity. As for Nekromantik versus the other films I mentioned: again, remember that Nekromantik actually does have functioning characters and a story. It's short but it's there.