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Mickey O'Hara is a TV producer whose career was virtually destroyed when his attempt to discover the legendary backwoods demon, Muckman, was exposed as a pathetic fraud on live TV. Using his in with sexy trash TV personality Asia Buchanan (Anju McIntyre) as leverage, he persuades small time cable mogul Otto Van Sant to give him one last chance to redeem himself. The creature appears big as life, chaos ensues, there is blood and dismemberment, but all is not as it seems. In the end there are more things in the woods than anyone suspects, and the swamps unleash a few secrets of their own.
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This isn't one of Piper's better films, but it succeeds through a combination of eye-rolling slapstick, fleeting wit, and B-movie shenanigans. The acting isn't great and there's a shortage of Piper's awesome effects worth; however, the whole manages to be passably entertaining and admirable, honest effort to make an entertaining movie. Mild Recommendation.
The sound could have been improved. Some actors were not as audible as they should have been – as if the microphone was positioned in the back of the room they were recorded in. At other times soundtrack music competed with the volume of the actors’ voices.
The faults listed above were very evident in the first few minutes of the film (among other places) so the film got off to a shaky start.
After the early minutes of the film, the best actor showed up, who I believe is named Anju McIntyre. She played a reporter. I’m not saying she’s Meryl Streep, but she had a definite view of her character and how she should act, and unlike most of the other actors she had good diction. The film would have had a better more confident start if she’d been used there.
The other girls in the production, while not great actors, were nice looking.
The story at a certain point caught me up despite the film’s faults. The special effects near the end of the film were fun, and well done in a low budget way. I was impressed with the costuming and effects.
This is a comedy film, easy on any horror. I found it better than most of the Polonia productions as it doesn't take itself serious or have extended road trips where we see Pa. highways in much need of repair.
Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity. Good for a laugh or at least a smile.
This is a fun movie that follows a former BIG reality star and shows his comeback effort to return to cable television stardom with some credibility this time.
Some wonderful casting especially A. J. Khan ( A Scream Queen Icon) and Alison Whitney,And special mention to Danielle Donahue,Who may steal every scene she is in.
The Monster looks real good,Well The real MUCKMAN looks good,There may be a fake costume in the plot that does'nt look so threatening, LOL.
The special effects ( Stop motion articulation and some real props ) that BRETT PIPER is known for crop up in this film and are most welcome,Making the ending a thang of beauty for horror film fans.