Escaped serial killer Jack Schmidt is on the run from the police and FBI after escaping from jail. They corner him and gun him down in a sewer tunnel, where he falls into a pool of chemicals dumped by the company who created it, Dutech. The combination of feces and this chemical transforms him into a half human, half feces creature, who goes on a killing rampage. And it's up to a group of local law enforcers to stop him.Written by
All the scenes with the police car were shot in one day. See more »
At the beginning of the movie as the voice over is describing the evil Doctor's work at the chemical plant, the Doctor and assistant walk to a door to enter the plant. As they do so, a crewmember in blue is reflected in the glass of the door. See more »
What in the hell could of done that?
I don't know, I don't even want to guess.
Okay, this is gonna sound crazy, but you know that old urban legend,you know, with the alligator in the sewer?... Gettin' flushed down the toilet?... And it grows to gigantic proportions...?
You've been watching too many crappy horror movies, Sheriff.
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Among the actual credits are various joke credits including: 2nd Unit Sponge Bath Administrator - Randee Candee; Fluffer - Uncle Ritchie, Gravy Mopper, Bob the Bum; Best Boy - Ben Dover; Gaffer - What the Hell's a Gaffer?; Focus Puller - Yo Mama; Hair - Was a Very Bad Musical See more »
I have to say I loved this movie from the very beginning. "Monsturd" was cleverly made by those who knew that they could not take themselves seriously in the slightest for even a fraction of a second. Anyone who dares to rent this is going to either love it or hate it. And those who would hate it are people I should hope would know better than renting it! The acting was pretty bad throughout, but you know these people were just having fun. It's supposed to be stupid, and it does that with flair. I also could not stop laughing all the way through. A lot of "good movie" fans would probably call this about the worst movie ever, ever made. Still, let's face it, it takes some talent to make a feature-length toilet joke and keep it from going stale. The FX were no Oscar winners, but who would dare consider handing an Oscar to a movie called "Monsturd"?! These people made this movie so stupid that they covered their tracks that way. It's an instant classic of gross-out humor that is just sick and putrid, the way it oughtta be.
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