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Monster Brawl -- Trailer for Monster Brawl
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Monster Brawl -- Clip: The Origin of Werewolf
Monster Brawl -- Clip: Swampgut
Monster Brawl -- Clip: Mummy VS Lady Vampire

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It's the fight of the living dead!
Plot:
Eight classic monsters fight to the death in an explosive wrestling tournament set inside an abandoned and cursed graveyard. | Add synopsis »
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It's So Bad, It's Good, On Purpose! See more (31 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Dave Foley ... Buzz Chambers

Art Hindle ... Sasquatch Sid Tucker

Robert Maillet ... Frankenstein
Jimmy Hart ... Himself
Herb Dean ... Himself

Kevin Nash ... Colonel Crookshanks

Lance Henriksen ... God (voice)
Jason David Brown ... Cyril Haggard / Swamp Gut / Cyclops / Grisly Planet Narrator
Rj Skinner ... The Mummy / Werewolf
Rico Montana ... Zombie Man
Courtney Rush ... Witch Bitch (as Holly Letkeman)
Kelly Couture ... Lady Vampire

Jason Deline ... Jake Blackburn

Ari Millen ... Dr. Igora
John Geddes ... Lieutenant Briggs
Matt Griffin ... Graveyard Worker
Matt Wiele ... Messenger
Jesse Thomas Cook ... Drunkard
Chris Rutte ... The Grub (as Christopher Rutte)
Chris Lesage ... Chris Chilton
Christopher Goddard ... Sheriff Moran

Mark Gibson ... Agent Lawrence Dunn

Samantha Farrow ... Wife
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carly Birchell
Ashley Byford ... Ring Girl
Rachelle Corbeil ... Ring Girl (as Rachelle Wilde)
Susie Crossley ... Zombie
Oliver Gläser ... Warehouse Worker
Shelley Nobes ... Zombie
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Directed by
Jesse Thomas Cook 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jason David Brown  story
Jesse Thomas Cook  story
Jesse Thomas Cook  written by

Produced by
Cody Calahan .... co-producer
Jesse Thomas Cook .... producer
John Geddes .... producer
Matt Wiele .... producer
 
Original Music by
Todor Kobakov 
 
Cinematography by
Brendan Uegama (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Jesse Thomas Cook 
 
Production Design by
Jason David Brown 
 
Art Direction by
Jason David Brown 
 
Costume Design by
Olivia Sementsova 
 
Makeup Department
Alex Rotundo .... key makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Cody Calahan .... first assistant director
Kevin Doner .... second assistant director
Brendan Uegama .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Jason David Brown .... storyboard artist
Darin Burton .... carpenter
Marc Burton .... carpenter
Cody Calahan .... prop master
Kevin Doner .... assistant art director
Matt Griffin .... set assistant
Ari Millen .... props
 
Sound Department
Kirill Belousov .... boom operator
Kirill Belousov .... sound mixer
Kirill Belousov .... sound recordist
George Flores .... sound editor
George Flores .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Jason Derushie .... special effects supervisor
Jeff Derushie .... special effects makeup supervisor
Mason Derushie .... special effects assistant
Shaun Hunter .... special effects assistant
Ben Olmstead .... special effects assistant
Dana Simpson .... special effects assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Justin Erickson .... visual effects artist
Nick Flook .... visual effects artist
Keith Laplume .... visual effects artist
Paige Reynolds .... visual effects artist
 
Stunts
Leif Havdale .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dylan Atkinson .... grip
Wendel Brooks .... second assistant camera
Kevin Doner .... grip
Ben Dundas .... best boy electric
Ben Dundas .... best boy grip
Joshua Fraiman .... first assistant camera
Joshua Fraiman .... focus puller
Oliver Gläser .... camera operator: "b" camera
Oliver Gläser .... gaffer
Oliver Gläser .... key grip
Oliver Gläser .... steadi-cam operator
Matt Griffin .... electric
Alex Leung .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Devin Lund .... camera operator
Kelly Pothof .... grip
Lari Teräs .... electric
Lari Teräs .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Megan Oppenheimer .... assistant costume designer
Jenn Woodall .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Chad Archibald .... post-production advisor
Arthur Ditner .... conforming editor
Mark Driver .... assistant colorist
David Hedley .... colorist
Justin McConnell .... post-production advisor
 
Thanks
Chad Archibald .... special thanks
Ry Barrett .... special thanks
Todd Brown .... special thanks
Christian Burgess .... special thanks
Gabriel Carrer .... special thanks (as Philip Carrer)
Mitch Davis .... special thanks
Peter Kuplowsky .... special thanks
Uri Levanon .... thanks
Justin McConnell .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
89 min
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Certification:
Canada:18A (British Columbia) | Germany:16 | UK:18

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References The Wizard of Oz (1939)See more »
Soundtrack:
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
It's So Bad, It's Good, On Purpose!, 4 December 2012
Author: Jim McCormick (rockproductions@msn.com) from Cedar Rapids, IA

3 1/2 Stars = Very Good

It's the Monstermania version of "Wrestlemania!" It's so cheesy, it had to be filmed in Wisconsin, but set in Michigan. I suppose they make cheese too, but I wouldn't want to eat it. It's so stupid, it's hilarious, at least at times. It's so bad, it's good!

Yes, it's "Monster Brawl!" The movie you've been waiting all your life to see! The movie that pits "Creature," against "Creature!" "The Undead," against "the Undead!" Even in two weight classes! Middle weight & heavy weight! But wait, there's more! The winners of their weight class & division are pitted against the winners of the other division, so we have get two world championship matches! "Creature" vs. "the Undead!" Heavy weight vs. heavy weight. Middle weight vs. middle weight. Oh the horror, the agony, the ecstasy! The gooey dripping cheese from my flat screen!

All jokes aside, this is a fairly clever monster bash. The makers of this film intended it to be so bad, it's good, & their good at doing it! No, this is no classic creature feature, but it's a great idea that I'm surprised has not been done before. It lampoons professional wrestling & movies like, "Godzilla vs. King Kong" & "Frankenstein meets the Wolfman, & current film series, like "Underworld" & "Twilight." Yes, the film makers have an agenda here, & it works a good part of the time, to induce a good belly laugh or two.

Their are basically four segments' of this film. You get a little biography on each monster before a match, but unfortunately, more than not, this is pretty weak, only inducing a smile or two. More because of it's total corniness, than any genuine laughs. You have the two wrestling commentators, a big wink at the WWF & WWE, this works better, but not by much, other than when the matches are happening, which works well. In a bigger wink, you get Jimmy Hart, "the Mouth of the South" with two hot vixens in bikinis. This is very corny too, but works in the context of things. Then you get the matches, which are frankly, hilarious! The monster's make up, suitably cheesy for this cheesiest of films. The cheese is running hot! I mean, you got to take this all in context as it was meant to be taken. The matches are down right funny in their lampooning silliness, along with the commentators yakking it up, makes for a lot of fun!

Of course, the makers could've went the straight route, but that in it's self could've been a real cheese fest (especially with their low budget), unintended & no fun. So take "Monster Brawl" in the context it is meant to be, pop a beer, eats some potato chips, & have some fun with it! I did!

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