Monster Brawl (2011) Review

Mad Mike

With a simple set up, the name of the movie says it all! Eight monsters, split into two conferences, fight to the death.

Creature Conference:

Werewolf, Swamp Gut, Bitch Witch and Cyclops.

Undead Conference:

Lady Vampire, The Mummy, Zombie Man and Frankenstein.

In each conference there are two middle weights and two heavy weights. The middle weights take on each other within their own conference for the title. Then the heavy weights take on there respective opponents in their conference which leads to a ultimate heavy weight brawl between the Creature and Undead conference winners.

It all takes place in a secret graveyard under the narration of the iconic Lance Henriksen (Aliens, AvP, Scream 3), each fight is set up with a story of the fighters and how they came to take part in Monster Brawl. Buzz Chambers and Sid “Sasquatch” Tucker provide the commentary, Jimmy Hart (WWF fame) introduces the fighters to ring and Herb Dean (UFC) steps into the ring to referee.

There’s no surprises here as the acting is cheesy and the cheap effects provide some blood and guts to go along with the wrestling action. This “popcorn” horror comedy is a movie for a night in with friends, a few beers and a laugh.

Director & Writer – Jesse T. Cook

The Cast –

Dave Foley as Buzz Chambers
Art Hindle as Sid “Sasquatch” Tucker
Robert Maillet as Frankenstein
Kevin Nash as Colonel Crookshank
Lance Henriksen as the Narrator
Jimmy Hart as Himself
Herb Dean as Himself
Jason David Brown as Cyclops / Swamp Gut / Cyril Haggard
Kelly Couture as Lady Vampire
R.J. Skinner as Werewolf / Mummy
Rico Montana as Zombie Man
Holly Letkeman as Witch Bitch


2.5 / 5 stars     

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      1. Noze Pickins June 21, 2012 at 3:52 am

        the worst movie ever. I really can’t stand when they try and mix comedy and horror, or plain action over horror, and unfortunately we are getting slammed with this crap over good, creepy, scary movies. I rent these horror movies online and 9 out of 10 times I turn it off after the first scene. what a waste.