Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher (2000)
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A hero finds himself fighting a new enemy in a world he hardly recognizes in this tongue-in-cheek sci-fi thriller. Matthew Blackheart (Rob Bogue) was a man-made superhero created by Allied scientists during World War II to help in the fight against the Nazi menace. However, Blackheart was put into cryonic suspension during the war and stayed frozen until the 21st century, when America has to deal with a new source of villainy -- Dr. Mortas (Christopher Heyerdahl), who has unleashed a plague of monsters upon the world who could destroy civilization if they're not stopped. Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher was intended to be the pilot for a television series; however, while the film was completed, financing for the series was pulled after only a few episodes were shot. … More
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What do you get when you combine Captain America, Frankenstein, and Ash from the Evil Dead movies? You get Matthew Blackheart : Monster Smasher. Absolutely love this overlooked, underrated, fun, campy little gem of a flick!!
Purposely cheesy and a satire on the character Captain America, this was mildly amusing. With the exception of about 3 minutes of footage, this really was a made for kids type movie and I don't think I heard the F word in it once. I have no idea why it was rated R.
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