Kill the Monsters comes across as more of an experiment in film making then a complete motion picture. It's almost as if someone filmed sample snippets of scenes to sell the movie to investors and instead of filming an actual movie , just edited those snippets together. The B&W cinematography is beautiful and the classical music used as a background to some of the montages is a nice touch. There just isn't much else here. 3 men in a relationship with each other head west and there isn't that much more to it. It just comes across as a collection of skits with only one extended segment that can be considered a scene in the entire movie. Dialogue is cut short. There is no character development. While all the actors are good, all deliver their dialogue in a similar rapid fire way that just kind of makes them one character and not individuals. The idea that the movie is an American Allegory completely went over my head and I've seen the film advertised as a comedy although I didn't laugh even once. It's certainly interesting, pretty to look at, it's just not a movie with an actual plot, any depth or fleshed out characters . Maybe it's a 76 minute trailer ?