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Monster Brawl [DVD]

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  • Actors: Dave Foley, Lance Henriksen, Kevin Nash, Jimmy Hart, Robert Maillet
  • Directors: Jesse T. Cook
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Momentum Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 20 Aug. 2012
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00838056U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,336 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Live from a cursed abandoned graveyard in America’s Deep South, comes a grotesque and hilarious fight to the death starring eight of the world’s most feared creatures.

Including the likes of The Werewolf, The Mummy and Frankenstein’s Monster, who along with their colourful managers, compete in visceral bloody combat in the ring to answer the question once and for all: who is the most powerful monster of all time?!

Special Features:

  • Trailer
  • Monster Brawl: Beyond The Grave featurette
  • Tales From The Hart--Jimmy Hart outtakes

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I cannot believe this crap had 3 stars on the average.
I understand this movie does not take itself seriously, but even so I was bored to death watching it.
It's not scary, it's not funny, it's not entertaining, just boring.
I complete waste of my time.
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I have watched plenty of low-no budget films and have enjoyed some.

This one has nothing going for it.
No acting, no half decent special effects and the story is rubbish.

If your thinking of buying and have amazon prime, watch a bit first.
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This is a One watch film. Once you have seen it there is no real rush to go back to it. My best advice is to get some friends together get some beers in and all watch it together for the first time and bet on who wins what round.
Make it a little more fun.
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A monster movie in which monsters from the world over are pitted against each other in mortal combat. Its presented with TV style aesthetics and the basic idea is at least interesting. However, that's all there is to it - monsters fighting. The plotting doesn't really escalate in any significant way, meaning it doesn't really build up to anything satisfying. The writers and director could have put in some interesting TV sport satire, but they didn't, all they had was ring-girls and perennial 1990's WWF motormouth, Jimmy Hart. Tokyo Zombie did a similar thing in its second half. Plus TZ has a fantastic sense of humour. If you have to watch monster fights, watch Tokyo Zombie, it's much more fun.
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If ever a film could have the tag line "it's exactly what it says on the tin" then this would be it. If you enjoy wrestling ( I mean everyone has gone through a phase of WWF (as we like to remember it) or ECW or any other form of sports entertainment) so really, if you just want to enjoy a good scrap then this is it. That will be the "Brawl" aspect of the title.
The "Monster" bit comes in the form of 8 of histories best from Cyclops to Frankenstein (Technically it is Frankenstein's Monster if you want to be a dick about it!) who just tare each other apart. The ring-side commentators much like their real-life counterparts have good chemistry and shed some comedy light on the fight-to-the-death havoc in the ring,
When you pick up this film, you are not expecting an Oscar winner - but the combination of wrestling action and the monsters' back-stories works rather well, especially in terms of character development. More than anything though, what you want is an easy-watching, enjoyable Saturday night film that you can enjoy with a beverage of choice and the gang - and that is what you get!
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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 Dec. 2012
Format: DVD
It doesn't get any cheesier than this: a wrestling pay-per-view featuring eight of the world's most terrifying (albeit generic) monsters: Frankenstein, The Mummy, Lady Vampire, the Werewolf, Swamp Gut, Cyclops, Zombie Man, and, of course, Witch Bitch. There's no Michael Booker asking fans "Are You Ready to Rumbleeeeee?" but that's just as well since there aren't any fans there. The monsters are sort of shy around crowds, and the last thing promoters want is for some fans to get their arms torn off, so the ring is set up in a creepy old graveyard - a cursed, creepy old graveyard - in Michigan. But hey, Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart is there, and Kevin Nash joins in the fun as Colonel Crookshanks, the man who's been secretly training Zombie Man for the past decade. Providing the funniest play-by-play since Celebrity Deathmatch are Sasquatch Sid Tucker (Art Hindle) and Buzz Chambers (Dave Foley). Is it stupid? Of course, it's stupid - but what glorious stupidity.

These are death matches, folks. Two monsters step in the ring, and only one leaves alive. The only rule is that there are no rules. You just know all of those tombstones around the ring are going to be put to good use. I don't know why the two middle-weight winners don't wrestle for a championship but, let's face it, we're all really here to crown a heavyweight champ. That's right, the winners of Werewolf vs. Swamp Gut and Frankenstein vs. Zombie Man must return to battle it out for the Monster Brawl Heavyweight Championship. And what a glorious fight it is, with both men - ahem - monsters showing remarkable resilience and unbelievable heart in a monster fight for the ages.

If you think monsters can't wrestle, think again.
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This is A really Fun Monster flick that has Legendary Monsters in the Ring Wrestling each other.The Make-up is excellent and the Ring side commentary from the likes of Lance Henriksen is A blast.A lot of Fun.
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I found this great fun. Not a big fan of wrestling but a big fan of horror moviews.

Basic story is 8 monsters fight to the death to crown the ultimate monster. The monsters are the Cyclops, The Mummy, a witch, a zombie, a werewolf, a swamp creature, a female vampire and Frakenstein's monster.

After watching the 'making of' I realised how small the budget was bit I never would have guessed. It was very well made.

I strongly recommend this for a Saturday night movie with friends.
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