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Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher (2002)

A soldier who was long thought dead in World War 2, returns to modern day New York to combat monsters, who are now the power elite, running the city.

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Matthew Blackheart (as Robert Bogue)
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Dr. Jacob Mortas
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Jimmy Fleming
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Nancy
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Ruskin Stern
Paul Cagelet ...
Young Glen
Ardon Bess ...
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Dr. James Franken
Kim Feeney ...
Rita
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Ava
Una Kay ...
Helen Goldsworthy
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Diner Guy / Lizard Man
Alan Legros ...
Ronny, Mangy Guy
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The Dream Woman (as Marianne Therien)
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A soldier who was long thought dead in World War 2, returns to modern day New York to combat monsters, who are now the power elite, running the city.

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Action | Comedy | Horror

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Rated R for some violence/gore | See all certifications »
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19 February 2002 (USA)  »

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$3,400,000 (estimated)
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When Blackheart first uses a cell phone in the diner, he puts it to his ear up side down, but the next shot, it is right side up without time for a change. See more »

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Jimmy Fleming: Now this, this Mortas dude... Do you really think he's still alive? Hmm? And if he was... that'd make him, what... a hundred and ten? Kind of like Merv Griffin.
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Captain America meets Bruce Campbell
27 October 2001 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

Bogeys beware! This is a made-for-television gem. Matthew Blackheart is a quirky mix between Captain America and a cocky Bruce Campbell. Matthew Blackheart was engineered by the government to fight nazi monsters known as Bogeys (that's the Captain America part). After a fifty-five year sleep (more Captain America), he is back it New York, cocky as hell, fighting Bogeys (that's where the Bruce Campbell part comes into play). The special effects are incredible, especially for made-for-TV stuff. The movie itself runs more like a pilot for a television series. And I'm surprised that it's not one. It leaves some unanswered questions and a very open ending. An excellent comic book movie nonetheless.


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