MONSTER (2018) Overview

  

‘You are hereby invited to a party you’ll never survive.’

Monster is a 2018 British horror feature film directed by Matt Shaw from a screenplay co-written with Michael Bray, based on Shaw’s bestselling book of the same name. Author Shaun Hutson was a consultant. The Black Mandala/
Purgatory Pictures production stars Tracy Shaw, Rod Glenn and Laura Ellen Wilson.

Emily is tired of her life. In a dead-end job that she hates and an employer who takes advantage of her, she dreams of a life away from the daily grind.

Unfortunately, Emily’s life takes an unexpected turn, when she is snatched from work and bundled into a van. She awakes later in the isolated Remington home, a place of death and violence where depravity and horror are the norms.

Led by the fearsome Richard, the undisputed head of the household, Emily discovers that the Remington’s are organising a very special birthday party and she is the guest of honour.

When the birthday boy –Remington’s seven-foot-tall hulk of a son appears, Emily realises she is more than just a guest and their intentions for her are much more sinister…

The producers of Monster have described it as “a cross between The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Natural Born Killers.”

Cast and characters:

  • Tracy Shaw … Mary – Next Door; Fanged Up
  • Rod Glenn … Richard
  • Laura Ellen Wilson … Emily
  • Danielle Harold … Sarah
  • Tony Cook … Jim
  • Clair Buckley … Elizabeth
  • Justin Hayward … Garrett Johnson
  • Jay Creepy … Stoney
  • Jon Vangdal Aamaas … Birthday Party Guest
  • Erik Lara … Missing Person
  • James Smart … Missing Person
  • Jonathan E. Smith … Missing Person
  • Mike Butler Andrew
  • Michael Bray The Horror Author
  • Laura Cox Imaginary Hooker

Film Facts:

Matt Shaw is the published author of over two hundred titles.

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