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Monster Man (2003)

Two guys and a female hitchhiker are terrorized by a monstrous looking man driving a giant monster truck.


Michael Davis


Michael Davis





Cast overview:
Eric Jungmann ... Adam
Justin Urich ... Harley
Aimee Brooks ... Sarah
Michael Bailey Smith ... Monster Man
Joe Goodrich Joe Goodrich ... Brother Fred
Tim Sitarz ... Big Redneck
Johnny Green Johnny Green ... Headless man in Pentagram Room
Steve DeRelian Steve DeRelian ... One Armed Man (as Steven de Relian)
Robert R. Shafer ... Police Officer #1 (as Bobby Ray Shafer)
Diana Morgan Diana Morgan ... Newscaster
Frank Schettini Frank Schettini ... One Eyed Bartender
Mike Kimler Mike Kimler ... Extra
Scott McGaffee Scott McGaffee ... Extra


While driving in a highway to the wedding of his beloved Betty-Ann, Adam is surprised by his former schoolmate Harley on the backseat of his car. Adam has broken off with the inconvenient and moron Harley because of Betty-Ann. Along their road trip, Harley makes fun of some rednecks in a bar and later their car is chased by a giant monster truck on the road. After some incidents, they give a lift to the hitchhiker Sarah and sooner the trio is terrorized by a scary monster driving the monster truck. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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On this highway, the roadkill is HUMAN!

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong horror violence/gore, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


The monster truck used in this film was designed and built for $2500. The "sheet metal" covering the outside of the truck was actually wood spray painted to look like very old and rusted sheet metal. The truck only had a maximum speed of roughly 30mph (48kph) so footage of the truck chasing after the car was sped up to make it appear as though it was capable of very high speeds. The truck could only be used for 20 - 30 minutes at a time before it would over heat and production would be shut down. It also ran on rocket fuel, which reported cost the producers $300 per gallon. There was no steering wheel, the driver was standing inside the truck using levers to control the speed and direction. See more »


When Adam just gets to "Monster Man's" house, he is hiding behind one of the monster truck wheels. The rim has a black recess in it, where it would be hollow, however you can see his reflection. These rims are obviously cardboard. See more »


Monster Man: Wussies!
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References 100 Girls (2000) See more »


Thinking 'Bout You
Words & Music by Scot Sax
Performed by Scot Sax
(c)2000 Scot Sax Songs (ASCAP)
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Road Trip meets Jeepers Creeps
5 June 2005 | by IndieGodsSee all my reviews

A beautiful woman, a backwoods, inbred monster man, a super sweet monster truck, a road kill zombie brother and 2 friends...one anal retentive, overly sensitive nerd and the other a foul mouthed, adolescent slob. Throw them all together with a dash of Jeepers Creepers, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Road Trip and you've got Monster Man. A hilarious horror/comedy outing that never sets out to "say something". It's a simple, straight forward laugh fest. Unpretentious and well made, this horror/comedy is at its heart, a buddy flick. This film offered some hilarious and sickening set pieces. I highly recommend this to fright fans looking to be entertained.

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Release Date:

11 March 2005 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Camino hacia el terror 2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA


Box Office


$4,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (2.0)



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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