A daughter tells her father a bedtime story involving an escaped convict who is transformed into a mutant poop monster after being exposed to an experimental chemical. The ensuing rampage through Butte County leaves everyone too terrified to use the toilet as the police struggle to purge the city of the evil menace! Though the title, cover art, and premise speak otherwise, MONSTURD is every bit the B-movie gold that fans would hope for. Its epic score perfectly contrasts the ridiculousness of the plot as well as its scatological humor. Each of the gags earn the laughs they deserve, mixing only the worst toilet humor with many clever puns. The intentionally terrible acting and filming only add to the low-budget charm, recreating the high level of camp found in drive-in classics like THE CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA or THE BLOB. It holds nothing back in the gore and gross-out department, splattering the screen with all of the depravity and diarrhetic hose jobs that would be expected from a film bearing its name. Rick Popko and Dan West understand the elements needed in order to make a successful B-movie, turning MONSTURD into a raunchy good time that is sure to become a cult favorite.
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THE TOXIC AVENGER, TERROR AT BLOOD FART LAKE, TROLL 2.