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Monster Man

Adam and Harley are on their way to the wedding of Betty-Anne, the girl they both loved during their highschool years. When they are in the middle of nowhere, suddenly a monster truck appears behind them and after playing a bit with the two guys, it leaves them alone on the road again. When they make a stop at a gas station and Adam goes for a pee, the Monster Truck appear again and the driver goes to the bathroom as well. Adam hides and sees that the driver has a monstrous face while Harley – joker as he is – pees in the truck and then they make themselves the hell out of there. Little later, they pick up Sarah, a lovely young girl who was hitching to get away from her past but the Monster Truck is now out on the hunt for them…

Sound and Vision:
Good image quality from Dutch Filmworks without any compression errors, edge enhancement or grain. A real pleasure to see that a low budget film like this can get a decent transfer aswell.

The 2.0 track isn’t too special. The subwoofer occasionally comes into action while dialogues are clear and understandable while being nicely positioned at the center speaker.

Extras:
Trailers for Hitler: Rise of Evil and Wonderland.

Conclusion:
Anyone who loved those old budget horror B-movies will definitely dig this one. Monster Man nicely brings back the B-movie horror genre without too much gore but a very entertaining storyline and reasonably decent acting. The comedy is cheesy but I must confess that I even liked this better than Jeepers Creepers which has a lot more money going for it

Our Score:
6.0

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