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The Green Monster (2009)

What would you do to stay beautiful forever? What would you give to have a loved one back for good? Welcome to Gerald's Hungry Shack! Your one stop shop for all your material needs. Where ... See full summary »




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Credited cast:
Colleen Cohan ...
Bree (as Beatrice Strobl)
Bethany Taylor ...
Tyler Radford
Phoebe French ...
Amanda Radford
Megan Sacco ...
Kathy Radford
Bryan Lombardo ...
Andrew Cordio ...
Sheriff Mack Nicholson
Mark Debenedictis ...
Deputy Rudy Childs
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emery Ball ...
Dead Guy in Dumpster
Ryan Buttie ...
Bobby Flager
Stewart Daso ...
Dead Parent


What would you do to stay beautiful forever? What would you give to have a loved one back for good? Welcome to Gerald's Hungry Shack! Your one stop shop for all your material needs. Where your wish is their command. Buyer beware - you pay with your blood - and if the customers don't eat you, THE GREEN MONSTER will! Written by Trevor Wright

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A campy horror flick that goes to show if the food don't kill you...THE GREEN MONSTER will! See more »


Horror | Thriller



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15 August 2009 (USA)  »

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$6,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Had its world theatrical premiere at the Strand Theatre in Clifton, Massachusetts on August 15, 2009. See more »


Gerald: You can't bring her back whole.
Gerald: If you could it wouldn't be magic, it would be a fucking act of God.
Gerald: And son, I'm not God.
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References A Clockwork Orange (1971) See more »


Where Ever There Are Roads
By The Model Pilots
(Closing Credits)
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A seriously sick surprise
27 October 2015 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Gerald (ably played with lip-smacking wicked relish by Edward X. Young) and Molly (a delightfully demented performance by Colleen Cohan) are a voodoo practicing couple who run a rundown convenience store in a bad part of town. Could these two be responsible for the disappearances of several teenagers in the area? A group of high school students decide to investigate in order to find out.

Directors Nolan Ball and Bryan Roberts offer a winningly warped blend of in your face nasty gore, spot-on catty and profane dialogue, and a perversely funny sense of twisted pitch-black gallows humor. Trevor Wright's dark script brings a commendably uncompromising take no prisoners brutal and nihilistic sensibility to the premise. Moreover, the filmmakers warrant further praise for presenting a handful of flawed and realistic, yet still engaging adolescent characters: Bellamy Saville as spoiled troublemaker Bree, Kachina Dechert as the loyal and tough Del, Bethany Taylor as sweet and overweight wallflower Leah, Nathaniel Sylva as nice guy Tyler, and Phoebe French as the domed Amanda. Better still, there's a deep-seated flesh-crawling creepiness and hardcore unbridled depravity evident throughout which in turn gives this picture a truly jolting edge. Kudos are also in order for the sharp cinematography and Case Feva's spirited shivery score. Good ghoulish fun.

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