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The Monsters Are on Maple Street 

The residents of a suburban street spiral into madness when their neighborhood loses power and everyone suspects a terrorist attack is imminent.

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Will Marshall
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Dylan
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Tyrone
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Phyllis
Brody Smith ...
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Russell Jung ...
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The residents of a suburban street spiral into madness when their neighborhood loses power and everyone suspects a terrorist attack is imminent.

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Remake of the original series episode "The monsters are due on Maple Street." See more »

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The window and punch-bowl shattered during whatever event caused every electronic to go out are seen just after the impact is felt ending, unbroken. See more »

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Holly: So quiet, it's creepy. On Saturdays people have their music cranked up, football games blaring or something. It's weird how they holed up in there.
Will Marshall: They just want to be left alone, sweetie, it's still a free country.
Holly: I know that. Stop acting so smug like you're the only one who knows what's going on! No wonder we don't fit in here, you act so above everyone.
Will Marshall: You wanna fit in with people like Phyllis who's afraid to do anything unless it's approved by a military committee or Dylan who's afraid ...
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References Independence Day (1996) See more »

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Fair Retelling of the Original
11 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've really enjoyed seeing Titus Welliver in the series "Bosch." It may be the first time in his career that he played a good guy. Here he is the neighborhood villain. A group of neighbors who don't really like each other all that well, are having an association meeting. During the meeting, there is an explosion and suddenly all power goes out. There are no phones, no lights, cars won't start, video games stop working, etc. There are theories galore about terrorists. Also, a new family has moved in. They are secretive and have put up a fence. They become the target. Like Claude Akins in the original there is one sane person and he is shouted down. Welliver takes over and soon there's a mob. It's a more modern approach but it doesn't really touch any new ground.


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