Momo: The Missouri Monster – USA, 2019 – reviews

 
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‘There’s something on Star Hill…’

Momo: The Missouri Monster is a 2019 American mockumentary horror feature film about a hair-covered, three-toed monstrosity that was alleged to have prowled the forests of “Star Hill” near Louisiana, Missouri during the summer of 1972.

Directed by Seth Breedlove (The Flatwoods Monster: A Legacy of Fear; Terror in the Skies; The Bray Road Beast; Boggy Creek Monster; et al) from a screenplay co-written with Mark Matzke and Jason Utes. The Small Town Monsters production stars Lyle Blackburn, Elizabeth Saint, Cliff Barackman and Sara Heddleston.

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“While I enjoyed the film for what it was, I almost wish instead of a documentary they had actually made the fictional version of Momo: The Missouri Monster. With its bizarre creature and suggestions of UFO activity, it would have made a fun monster movie. The Small Town Monsters crew should give making a fictional film some serious thought.” Jim Morazzini. Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

  • Lyle Blackburn … Blackburn’s Cryptid Casefiles host
  • Elizabeth Saint … Mary
  • Cliff Barackman … Chief Ward
  • Sara Heddleston … Betty
  • Janet Jay … Joan
  • Ken Rose … Momo
  • Mark Matzke … Reverend Charles B McCullough
  • Adam Duggan … Edgar
  • James Bobo Fay … Deputy Fay
  • Victoria Rose … Wife
  • William Nance … Wally
  • Sue Matzke … Mrs Suddarth
  • Ronald Breedlove … Wendorf
  • Grayden Nance … Terry
  • Amy Davies … Doris

Technical details:

82 minutes
Aspect ratio: 16:9 HD

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