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Monster Man is a 2003 film that was written and directed by Michael Davis. The film involves two men that decide to pick up a female hitchhiker on a lonely stretch of road. Things quickly turn for the worse when they are chased by a hideous looking giant man who happens to also be driving a monster truck.

Monster Man features a huge amount of high speed destruction, car crushing, and plenty of great shots of the massive monster truck. The film deals with the classic motif of why one should think twice before they make fun a group of rednecks at a lonely bar, and how problems can arise if one of them happens to be the owner of a monster truck. The film also offers a lot of quick thinking from the main cast as they attempt to determine why they are being chased.

The film features performances by Eric Jungmann, Justin Urich, and Aimee Brooks. Michael Bailey Smith offers a scary performance as the monstrous truck driver.

Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Syfy
1 Season, 7 Episodes
January 12, 2012
Cast: Cleve Hall, Constance Hall, Sonia Maddox-Hall, Hill Vinot
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Monster Man Full Episode Guide

  • In the first season finale, the pop group Devo seeks Roy's expertise in directing their music video, but a diva designer may complicate things.

  • A bug handler visits Sota FX and gives Cleve and director Mike Mendez inspiration for the spider build.

  • Director Mike Mendez requires arachnids for a spider feature, and Constance heads her own project for "Pretties For You."

  • Director Tony Randel challenges the team with creating a bio-mechanical pest while an up-and-coming director wants ants with explosive personalities.

  • The team must create a werewolf and an outlandish makeup effect; actress Jenna Elfman visits the shop.

  • In the series premiere the director of "Friday the 13th," Sean Cunningham, puts in an order for conjoined twins that tear apart, and the Asylum production company asks for a two-headed shark.

  • The series premiere of Monster Man is Wednesday Mar. 14 at 11/10c.

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