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"Monster Man" introduces us to two losers by the name of Adam (Eric Jungmann) and his abrasive buddy Harley (Justin Urich) tooling down the highway in a car. The purpose of this road trip revolves around Adam's hope that he can intercede in the coming nuptials of a long sought after love. Harley apparently came along for the ride in order to torture his pal with a running string of bad jokes, childish insults, and general pronouncements berating his pal for pursuing a woman who has never had an interest in Adam. This back and forth banter runs on and on for what feels like forever, which left this viewer with a decidedly negative impression of the film.Read more ›
2 college buddies named Harley and Adam go on a road trip through the desert in order to attend a wedding. Everything goes well until they get run off the road by a Monster Truck (or big-wheeler, whatever they call these things). While getting their car tended to in the small redneck town where every hick has either a stump arm or stump leg, they end up picking up a hot hitchhiker babe. As they head back on the road, they will discover to their horror that the Monster Truck is still hot on their chase and wants them to be the next ones to join the land of stumpies...
While I loved this film, I wouldn't go so far as to say that it's very original. It abides by many of the routine staples of Road-Trip suspense; a sultry hitchhiker, car troubles, roach motels, road diners&gas stations populated by mindless (or so it seems) hicks. What elevates this picture is the chemistry of the two lead characters and the synergy that manages to protrude from them regardless of the fact they are two completely different individuals. You have shy wimpy Adam, a 25-year old virgin who would be scared of his own shadow, contrasted with Harley, a testosterone-fuelled practical joker. Harley annoyed me at first but I warmed up to him real fast.Read more ›
It's not so much scary but the gore,comedy, at quite possibly the best monster truck ever made make this a movie to watch. There are also a good amount of high quote-able one liners which are a staple of any good horror type movie.
I'm pretty picky when it comes to movies that are worth buying. It may be low budget but that doesn't mean a movie can't be good. I've watched it about a dozen times and it honestly has just gotten funnier and is still very enjoyable to watch.
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Here's Monster Man in a nutshell. Two friends are sitting around either getting drunk or high and more than likely playing some popular first-person shooter. Read morePublished 14 months ago by B Hopper
Old favorite. Good price, decent action, quite campy but still funny. Is it worth buying, in this age of streaming video? Read morePublished 20 months ago by Zane
This film is impossible to find, but is worth a look if you like special effects and make-up work as much as I do.Published on October 30, 2013 by Professor125
Among the hundreds, if not thousands, of crappy straight to dvd horror films out there, you can usually find a diamond among all the crap. Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by A. Pierre
Wow, it is really hard to describe how utterly pathetic this movie is on every possible level. I bought this movie due to a couple good reviews and by thinking to myself, how... Read morePublished on April 17, 2011 by Jason Owen
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