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The United Monster Talent Agency (2010)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Andy Schoneberg Andy Schoneberg ... Dr. Zaius / Narrator
Cerina Vincent ... Kay
Sam Page ... David
Carey Jones Carey Jones ... Creature from the Black Lagoon
Frank Darabont ... Director #1
Dana Gould ... The Wolfman
Eli Roth ... Director #2
Jeffrey Combs ... Wolfman Cameraman
Arden Myrin ... Luanne
Erica Frene ... Carol
Jake Garber ... Frankenstein / Thing from Another World
Sam Witwer ... Dracula
Joe Giles ... The Mummy
Brian Goehring Brian Goehring ... The Hunchback of Notre Dame
John Paul Fedele John Paul Fedele ... Sun Demon (as Jon Fedele)
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We will have our People Scare your People!

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$30,000 (estimated)
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After the Wolf Man has ripped up the chair he was in when he transformed and is shot by the tranquilizer gun, we can see that the upholstery of the chair is untouched. See more »

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The Wolfman
Music by Hans J. Salter
Copyright Salter Music Corporation
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One Note But Amusing
4 March 2014 | by Theo RobertsonSee all my reviews

You're making horror movie ? You need someone as a monster ? Then look no further than the united monster talent company which will cater to your every need in the field of horror . Anything you ask for they can get because all their monsters are real

An amusing satirical short film done in the manner of a corporate video shot in black and white .It's rather one note and doesn't really go beyond the simple premise of real monsters being kept captive in Hollywood awaiting their next star turn but this isn't a really a criticism and is very affectionate tribute to horror films of yesterday when the make up people and special effect designers had to work for their corn and films weren't reliant on CGI . . It also has something of a casting coup in featuring Eli Roth and Frank Darabont in walk on roles . Not a brilliant short film but it has no pretensions of being one and does contain a lot of nostalgic appeal to anyone who has enjoyed horror movies


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