More than a comical tale of Campbell’s misadventures attempting to protect the townfolk, the film expertly parodies the actor himself, portraying him as a drunken egomaniac living alone in a filthy trailer with his neglected dog and a nasty habit of calling his ex-wife at entirely inappropriate times.:

In one hilarious scene, Campbell, who has mistaken the town’s population for extras in another of his procession of low-rent movies, is led to the graveyard from which Guan-di has arisen to take revenge for the desecration of his people’s tombstones.

Upon realizing that he’s actually expected to fight a real monster, Campbell begins screaming like a girl and sprinting back to his car while firing indiscriminantly behind him, hitting several of his would-be flock along the way.