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Book of Monsters (2018)

Unrated | | Action, Comedy, Horror | 19 March 2019 (USA)
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Sophie's 18th birthday becomes a bloodbath when monsters descend upon her house and start to devour the party guests. Sophie and her friends must rally together to send their party crashers... See full summary »


Stewart Sparke


Paul Butler
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lyndsey Craine ... Sophie
Michaela Longden ... Mona
Lizzie Aaryn-Stanton ... Beth (as Lizzie Stanton)
Daniel Thrace Daniel Thrace ... Gary
Rose Muirhead ... Jess
Anna Dawson Anna Dawson ... Arya
Steph Mossman Steph Mossman ... Pandora / The Shapeshifter / The Jinn
Arron Dennis Arron Dennis ... Carl / The Beast
Julian Alexander Julian Alexander ... Brice
Nicholas Vince ... Jonas
Samantha Mesagno ... Mum
Johnny Vivash ... Mr. Willis
Jessica Fay ... Young Sophie
Julia Munder Julia Munder ... Helga
Dave Jameson Dave Jameson ... Dave / The Abomination


Sophie's 18th birthday becomes a bloodbath when monsters descend upon her house and start to devour the party guests. Sophie and her friends must rally together to send their party crashers back to hell. Written by Epic Pictures

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Turning eighteen is going to be hell.


Action | Comedy | Horror


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Did You Know?


In the bathroom, one of the party guests is found cocooned to the wall undergoing a transformation and repeatedly shouts "Kill Me". This is a reference to Aliens (1986) where the marines discover one of the colonists in a similar situation. See more »


Sophie: [Sophie picks up Chainsaw] Then we do this the old fashioned way.
Sophie: This is my party.
Sophie: Let's kill some fucking monsters!
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"Many Monsters were harmed during the making of this film" See more »

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Enjoyable indie effort with old school vibe.
9 June 2019 | by Jester222See all my reviews

Ok. So it's not gonna win many awards for acting .......saying that the main characters are great.....just a few supporting actors (namely the father!) make this feel more like a Media Collage level project.

The old school practical effects were great to see and you can just tell it was a real labour of love for all involved making the various creatures and gore effects. Low low budget but with lots of heart. Plenty of Evil Dead influence throughout but with a more British sense of humour that works in most places. Under a more experienced director the scenes could have had the tension that it was lacking, but that will come in time. A fun way to spend 80mins...... Switch off the brain and enjoy the blood. One good thing is that they didn't go into the realm of shoddy after effects cgi (except the explosion) like a lot of budget films do and kept it practical with inventive monster designs (except the Djinn which was Poundland Halloween level. Ha .

Well done to all involved. Teens will love it. Pretty girls, blood and........well more blood. p.s...... I was actually left wanting to see further adventures of the female trio of monster slayers......which is rare.

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19 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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$76,000 (estimated)
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