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  Ready For A Monster Roadtrip? [read more]
  Low on budget and packed with bad taste
  Low on budget but packed with ingenious bad taste and gory laughs, Michael Davis's gross horror comedy comes on strong like Jeepers Creepers meets Duel on a Joyride. Two brainless students on a Deep South road trip - Adam (Eric Jungmann) and Harley (Justin Urich) annoy the pizza-faced ghoulish driver of a monster truck who just loves to bulldoze his human targets off the highway and cut off their limbs. The plot turns zanier, darker and more disgusting when they pick up hitchhiker Sarah (Aimee Brooks, Sorority House Massacre), piss the psycho off further and end up hiding in the sicko's hovel where he's just disemboweled his own brother....

Tartan Films unleash the brutally funny horror road trip Monster Man in cinemas March 11.
  Darren Jones [3 Mar 2005 at 20:18]

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