Yep, The Monster Man's about to be resurrected... The long-rumoured Monster Man (review) sequels finally look as if they're about to get the go-ahead, with more details emerging for the two Dream Entertainment follow-ups.
Monster Man was a huge smash hit at last year's Frightfest, but under-performed on it's recent cinema release. The DVD should be out soon - the perfect format to view it on - but in the meantime, here's the plot details from the two forthcoming follow-ups which will be filmed back-to-back. The films were written by Jeff Burr and Brian Muir with Jeff Burr to take the director's chair for both movies.
Monster Man 2 Aspiring Reality-TV producers Glenn Hodges and Benji Butterman travel to a small southern town in search of The Monster Man. With beautiful, struggling actress Andi Velde as their on-camera host, they encounter Ulysses, a strange 10-year old faith healer, and his congregation of amputees, victims of the Monster Man’s deadly drive.
Meanwhile, Monster Man’s sister Sarah has recovered the grisly remains of the creature. With the help of wicked Cousin Tommy and a new Monster Truck, they set out on a vicious quest for the human roadkill they need to rebuild the Monster Man.
As Benji, Glenn and Andi investigate recent violent attacks, they are unaware that they are being groomed as potential sacrifices to the Monster Man and his evil clan…
Monster Man 3 Russell and his new fiancé, Maryanne, travel to his hometown so she can meet his parents. But Russell’s father, Sheriff Jenkins neighborhood, and citizens are turning up drained of blood.
A bizarre Travelling Circus has pitched its tents on the far side of town, containing the oddest freak show ever seen. The owner of the circus is a dark Witch, the original source of the evil magic that keeps the Monster Man and his clan alive.
In an effort to rebuild his family once again, the Monster Man has made his way to the little town in search of the witch and her powers. He has evolved into something more horrific than before. He and his Truck have become as one; he is now part machine, while the Truck is powered by a deadly intelligence…
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