Monster Men 90: Horror Author Adam Cesare and a Green Inferno Review


Cannibals, ghosts, scary old folks and Hunters new ink… this new Monster Men has it all. We welcome horror author Adam Cesare to the show to discuss his books Mercy House, Tribesmen and Video Night. Featuring a review of THE GREEN INFERNO and the unveiling of Hunter Shea’s new tattoo!

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A Crash Course on the Bigfoot of Boggy Creek


If you’re as into ‘ol squatchy as much as the Monster Men, here’s a little primer on one of the most famous Bigfoot cases in America.

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Admittedly, I’m a crypto nut. My father bought me a hardcover book on monsters when I was a kid and I’ve been hooked ever since.  I remember it had some green, muppet-y looking creature on the cover. I wonder where it went.

For folks my age (I was born around the time the Jets won the Super Bowl), there is a pivotal movie that hooked our fascination with Bigfoot. That film, a drive-in flick that took the country by storm, was The Legend of Boggy Creek. The movie was shot like a documentary and recalls the tale of the Fouke Monsterand how it terrorized a town in Arkansas in 1971. Production was cheap, actual townies were used to re-enact events and the pacing was, well, ponderous at times.


With everything going against it, The Legend of Boggy Creek succeeded in terrifying audiences, first in theaters, then on home video…

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