Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer. Need I say more? Oh, okay then.
Really, if the title doesn't give you a clue to what sort of movie you're about to watch then I really can't add that much.
It's a cheesy, low budget B-movie (or maybe even C-movie) about a loser who had his family killed by a monster. Now, he's a plumber by day and a student at night. Plus he has anger issues. Guess what - he's destined to fight monsters. And that's about it.
But is it any good?
Well, Robert `original Freddy Kruger' Englund is in it, so that does mean it's not going to be completely awful and the former spiky-fingered one does overact nicely.
As for the rest of it, well, it's okay.
The first three quarters of the film don't contain many monsters. Which is a shame, based on its title.
However, if you enjoy where it's going, you'll be rewarded with a suitably decent pay-off. This comes in the form a nice slice `n dice battle in the college with monsters splattering all over the place.
Overall, it's fun - especially for the ending. I just wish they could have put the ending in the middle and then added more of the same.