Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer
All right, so our review for Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer isn’t exactly glowing, but don’t worry; that doesn’t mean you’re not going to enjoy it when it comes out. And now we know when that’ll be!
Reviewed by Paul McCannibal Starring Trevor Matthews, Robert Englund, Rachel Skarsten, James A. Woods Directed by Jon Knautz
Fangoria got the skinny on when Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer would be available for North American audiences. Sadly, the locations listed are only in Canada, but a big turn will hopefully push the screenings into the States.
Someday, when I’m finally as rich as I deserve to be, I won’t have to make these decisions about what to focus my energy on during the month of July. This year it was a toss up between San Diego Comic Con and Fantasia and, sadly, it looks like Comic Con’s winning.
I’ve never been to Philadelphia, despite the fact that I’ve been on the East Coast for almost a decade now, but if I were to make my first trip, this year’s Philadelphia International Film Festival would be a damn fine way to start.
Jack Brooks is an ordinary guy with a lot of rage inside. When he one day accidentally unleashes an ancient evil, he must become a slayer of monsters in order to protect the world.
It’s not easy for a film to sneak up on us these days, what with all the festivals going on right now that are usually full of flicks we’ve been waiting months for, but Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer kinda took me by surprise, I will admit.
I’ve been seeing bits and pieces about this flick around for a few months now, but never really looked into it until now. And damn I’m glad I did!
Next Tuesday, October 7th, will finally see the release of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer on DVD, and while the