Review – “Momo: The Missouri Monster” (2019)

 

 

 (possible spoiler alert ahead)

     Small Town Monsters productions and director Seth Breedlove have graced us with another cryptid adventure, “Momo: The Missouri Monster”.  Narrated by monster legend Lyle Blackburn, Momo is reminiscent of a 70’s b-horror movie with a Grindhouse feel.  I have enjoyed all of Breedlove’s excursions into the search for various monsters including The Bray Road Beast, Boggy Creek Monster, and On the Trail of Bigfoot to name a few.   

     Momo comes with all the bells and whistles that one would expect from a “search for” type film, including reenactments that are a bit cheesily done, which I would have it no other way.  I am actually a big fan of Lyle Blackburn (you really should check out his band “Ghoultown”), and enjoy his rockabilly style of narration. I grew up with all the old Bigfoot flicks, my favorite being “The Curse of Bigfoot” (1975).  The creature is one I had not heard of, so I had no real expectations preset for this one.  What I did not expect was the monster to look like a guy in a ghillie suit with rubber gloves.  Even still, it was an enjoyable documentary and well done, considering the subject matter.  

     If you do enjoy these types of monster documentaries, I encourage you to check out the collection of films from Small Town Monsters and Seth Breedlove.  smalltownmonsters.com  

 

 

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Summary
I have enjoyed all of Breedlove’s excursions into the search for various monsters including The Bray Road Beast, Boggy Creek Monster, and On the Trail of Bigfoot to name a few. 
Good
  • well done, considering the subject matter
7.2
Good

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