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Welcome to the world of Monster Brawl, the award-winning monster mash-up and undeniable crowd pleaser of this year's film fest circuit. Monster Brawl features an all-star cast of classic monsters, beloved horror icons, and wrestling royalty in what is being called "the undisputed smack-down hit of this year's bumper crop of comedy horror!" (Twitch Film)


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  • Actors: Dave Foley, Art Hindle, Robert Maillet, Lance Henriksen, Jimmy Hart
  • Directors: Jesse T. Cook
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: June 12, 2012
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006IXRKT2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,361 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Monster Brawl [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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"Tonight the most anticipated extreme sporting event ever." 8 monsters, including Frankenstein and Cyclops, square off in a UFC type movie to determine who is the toughest monster of them all. There really is nothing to review here. The movie is pretty much a back story of the two fighters and then the fight. Think "Celebrety Deathmatch" meets "Bubba Ho-tep". This is kind of entertaining and a little funny but really nothing more then watching "Wrestlemania" with horror monsters. Since that is all this is there is really nothing more to say and since there is no real substance it is hard to review. I won't give it a grade but I will say that if you are a fun of cheesy monster movies and UFC then this is made for you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bowman TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 16, 2015
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Please tell me what makes less sense, this movie, or the fact that it took five years to finally get a proper bout between two past–their–prime fighters in Floyd Mayweather & Manny Pacquiao. And the price they’re charging for “On Demand” makes me long for the welterweight days of Wilfredo Benitez, “Sugar” Ray Leonard, Tommy Hearns & Roberto Duran.

So what does that have to do with this 2011 movie matching the likes of Cyclops, Werewolf, Witch B!tch & Swamp Gut against the Mummy, Frankenstein, Lady Vampire & Zombie Man, nothing I guess, other than it’s proximity to May 2nd. Overall I can’t go too hard on this flick, it’s an independent effort that took some bravery, it’s really goofy gory, and there are a couple of interesting cameos. A viewer could do a lot worse, a sentiment I hope I am not feeling on May 3rd.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dun Dor Jr. on December 4, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
When this was first recommended to me, it looked pretty shady. In the first few minutes, you think it will just be played out in a jokey way. By the time the first backstory is complete, you get a better sense of what this actually is. It's a combo of an old school WWF event with some Mortal Kombat mixed in. The narrator/God voice makes the movie work - once he gets going ("Appalling") you can't wait to hear what he says next. Even the announcers grow on you - Dave Foley doing a bad Cosell, and the other guy sounds like an old version of Fred Willard. Streamed this a few times and now making the purchase. How many movies feature The Mouth of the South anyway?
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mule04 on September 23, 2012
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All this movie is about are monsters fighting and killing each other in a ring. You get some announcers on the side making remarks about the fights but that is about it. There is nothing special about this movie. I like monster movies as much as the next person but this movie was more lame than entertaining. I understand it was made from a low budget but please be more creative. The only part I liked was the monsters make up. So if you want to watch an actual movie stay away from this so called movie. There is nothing special with visual, sound, or storyline. I give this movie a D.
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By bbrockRailFan on December 16, 2013
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After watching this I almost wanted to turn it off and figure out how to get my money back. Its not foul or gross its just plain silly and too ridiculously made to even watch.
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The concept for this movie is a decent idea, take classic monster icons and invite them to go one on one in a wrestling ring. Sounds like a movie that could do well, right? Well, here's why it didn't.

The back story is some small town promoter who lives in his moms basement wasn't getting much attention with regular wrestling shows. So he invited a bunch of monsters and mythical creatures to face off in the ring. Set out in a graveyard somewhere, no live audience, just 2 commentators, a referee, a bunch of cameras operated by what seems like no one, and Jimmy Mouth of the South Hart with 2 chicks in bikini's playing himself (says alot already) and stupidly voiced over like Shao Khan of Mortal Kombat by Lance Hendrikson.

Then introduce the monsters, and their managers. Do a stupid small mini back-story of how the monsters came to the event, and place them in a boring match even for small time promotion events standards. Take note of the extra padded ring floor and wonder why it wasn't used to an advantage?

The contestants are
- Zombie Man (brilliantly named, ey?)
- Witch B*%# (even better)
- Cyclops (oh, an original name at last)
- Vampire Girl (are they even trying here?)
- Mummy (not THE, just Mummy)
- Wherewolf (you can do Zombie Man, but not Wolf Man?)
- Swamp Gut (The Swamp Thing too hard to announce?)
- Frankenstein. (Played by Robert Malliet, the pro wrestler Kurgan if you remember him in the WWF Attitude era)

Unfortunately Dracula, Jason Voorhees, Freddy Kruger, Micheal Myers and Leatherface where busy playing Russian Roulette at Ghostface's that night. The prank went so well that Hannibal Lector offered to clean up the remains when they where done playing their practical joke on Ghostface.
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By C. Dennis Moore on November 12, 2013
Format: DVD
Some ideas are better left in the imagination and never brought to fruition. This is most likely the case with the 2011 movie from writer/director Jesse T. Cook, MONSTER BRAWL.

The premise here is that the movie is a televised pay-per-view event pitting famous monsters in history against each other in a series of deathmatches until one ultimate victor emerges. It sounds like a winning idea. Until you see the finished product and realize that's 90 minutes you'll never get back.

The problem here is the question of story. Sure, we've got a concept, and we've got decent effects, and even a couple of recognizable names and faces, but we have no plot, no journey from point A to point B, no character arcs, nothing. We don't even have someone to root for because, with no story, there's no identifiable "hero".

The movie is treated, literally, like a standard pay-per-view event. And, while the focus is on wrestling, which I haven't watched in 25 years, I watch a lot of boxing, and am familiar with the format. Before each match, we get a minute or so clip of the fighters' backgrounds, then go to the tale of the tape before the match begins. The fighters battle it out, one monster is killed, and it all starts over again.

Providing commentary are Buzz Chambers (Dave Foley, "The Kids in the Hall") and Sasquatch Sid Tucker (Art Hindle, PORKY'S). And that's it. There's your movie.

MONSTER BRAWL takes the viewer through five rounds, two in the middleweight division, then two in heavyweight, ending with the title match. There are two conferences, monsters and undead. In the first match, middleweight monsters, Cyclops fights a witch, then in middleweight undead it's the mummy against a vampiress.
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