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That Little Monster is a nifty little art film that seems to be a cross between David Lynch's Eraserhead and the original Twilight Zone TV series.
The experimental black & white cinematography is the real star of the show along with a campy puppet co-star named "Wolper Willock," an intentionally bad-looking monster baby that spoofs its genre. Look for a cameo appearance by a now deceased legendary comedian over the end credits.
The Director's Commentary track on the DVD was entertaining and also provides a better overall appreciation for what the filmmakers were seemingly trying to accomplish. Definitely worth a look for fans of dark-horror-comedy and lovers of independent film.
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