Monster in the Closet 1998 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Claude Akins John Carradine Jesse White and Stella Stevens headline this humorous and skillful parody of 50’s horror films. The monster (Kevin Peter Hall) hides out in closets and waits for victims to unsuspectingly grab a shirt or slacks before he reduces them to dead meat. After several closet deaths, a writer (Donald Grant) sent to cover the story soon teams up with a science teacher (Denise DuBarry) and her son, a super-smart child prodigy, and they set out to solve the murders. The plot thickens when the gruff, brash Gen. Turnbull (Donald Moffat) enters the picture. It seems the monster is bullet-proof, laser-proof and bomb-proof—a challenge to capture, kill, or subdue. This 80’s horror hit classic offers fun for all as America joins together to battle the monster in the closet. This DVD comes fully loaded with the premiere episode of the Toxic Crusaders TV show, production stills, an episode of Troma’s Edge TV and the first ever tour of Troma studios.
About Monster in the Closet (1998)
Starring: Donald Grant, Denise DuBarry, Claude Akins, Howard Duff, Henry Gibson,
Runtime: 87 minutes
Director: Bob Dahlin,
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