Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer

2007, Horror/Action, 1h 25m

33 Reviews 2,500+ Ratings

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A sincere but sometimes-excessive send up of low-rent horror hokum, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer features some sharp laughs and features a scene-stealing performance by Robert Englund. Read critic reviews

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Jack Brooks (Trevor Matthews) develops major anger issues after he witnesses his parents' murder. Jack's girlfriend (Rachel Skarsten) is fed up and demands he attend anger-management classes. One night, while repairing pipes for his professor, Gordon Crowley (Robert Englund), Jack unintentionally unleashes a demonic evil that transformers Crowley into a monster. The evil spreads, transforming everyone in sight into monsters as well, and Jack must harness his anger in order to defeat them.

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