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Monster! (1999)

Unrated | | Horror, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 12 November 1999
Tragedy strikes a small town's monster movie festival when the monster featured in the films comes to life.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tobias Mehler ...
Travis
Angela Keep ...
Jill
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Nate
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Sheriff Billnick (as David Paterson)
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Scooter
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Lloyd Reeves
Bianca Nacson ...
Susan
Ashley Gavin ...
Paula
Jeremiah Dupre ...
Craig (as Jeremiah Tickell)
Brandon Burke ...
Dr. Werthers
Martin Challis ...
Truck Driver
Jim Russell ...
Deputy Briggs
Brit Sooby
Phillip Holder ...
Dr. Stanley (as Philip Holder)
Chris Sadrinna ...
Larry
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Tragedy strikes a small town's monster movie festival when the monster featured in the films comes to life.

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Horror | Sci-Fi

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The movie within the movie seen in "Monster!", "The Blob From Beyond", is stock footage from the movie "The Colossus Of New York." See more »

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Lloyd: Now, we're only going to have one shot at this! So get me as close as you can! I wanna see tonsils, damn it!
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References Aliens (1986) See more »

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Like a walk down Memory Lane
19 October 2005 | by (Oregon) – See all my reviews

If you grew up on Saturday afternoon Monster movies like I did this was a whole lotta fun. I laughed at the great spoofs of the shows that scared me as a small child. I think if you are looking for good clean fun with a lotta nostalgia this is for all who loved the "B" movies of the past/present/future. The acting was pretty good and played just right. There have been other movies made by companies like Sci-Fi Channel and UPN that have tried to recreate the feel of the "B" Science Fiction movies but Monster! was the best of these. I wish that some studio would do the same kind of thing for the Hope/Crosby road movies. Between the "B" SciFi movies and laughing at Hope and Crosby my childhood was made a little fuller. Enjoy


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