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Wolfman's Got Nards

1 h 28 min2020NR
WOLFMAN'S GOT NARDS explores the relationship a dedicated audience has with The Monster Squad. This doc takes an in-depth look at an audience of self-proclaimed misfits who have kept The Monster Squad alive for more than 30 years.
Andre Gower
Fred DekkerShane BlackSeth Green
DocumentaryArts, Entertainment, and Culture
English [CC]
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pattk77Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Been waiting for this!
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I watch MS a few times a year and remember renting it a grocery store back in the 80s when I saw it for the first time, I then taped it off HBO and warn out the special edition DVD years later from re-watching it, so it's a big gem from my childhood and was excited to see this. I had no idea there were so many others who were as passionate as I was, it was surely under the radar when it came out and my brother and I were the only ones who really seemed to know about it in our friend circle. Crazy how movies gain traction over the years and become cult hits. The movie still holds up and it's a treat to hear so many fans and cast share their stories as I look back on my days of watching it on those summer days back in the 80's.
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CMKReviewed in the United States on October 30, 2020
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Honors Brent Chalem's Memory
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Due to the title, which was Brent Chalem's (Horace) line in the movie, I hoped this new documentary would pause to remember the late actor. It did not disappoint. The documentary offers a touching tribute to Chalem.

The rest of the documentary holds up, of course. But honoring Chalem was the most important bit.
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JPossReviewed in the United States on October 29, 2020
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Wolfman does indeed have nards
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If you have been a fan of The Monster Squad since childhood, you need to watch this movie. If you are a new fan having only recently discovering it, you need to watch this movie. If you have never seen The Monster Squad, STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND GO WATCH IT, YOU WILL THANK ME.
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Retired Soldier/Sailor.Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
I put this in a treasured place in my video-library!
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I put this in a treasured place in my video-library: in a double-disc storage case, along-
side my favorite (ultra-widescreen-color) classic-horror-comedy spoof, reminiscent, of
ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET A=L=L of THE Universal Studios' MONSTERS movies from
my, Saturday, Triple-Feature, 50¢ matinee-days.
This documentary is THE, must-have, companion-piece to the movie it pays tribute TO:
"The Monster Squad".
You, simply CANNOT have one without the other. HIGHLY recommended informational
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john escalanteReviewed in the United States on February 28, 2021
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Must Have
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Fans of Fred Dekker's Monster Squad would totally want to get this in their collection. it's as if The Goonies but with the universal monsters, as well as the fact that the late actress Marry Ellen Trainor played both Mrs. Walsh in The Goonies and Sean and Phoebe's mom in The Monster Squad is a cool little fun fact.

It shows the love of the fans such who like me love this film and find it to be timeless, it shows some great interviews with Fred Dekker and the cast about the making of the film and the unfortunate flop it took upon it's release. For me the part of the film that stands out of the film is when the stories get to the late actor, Brent Chalem, like him I was a "fat kid" and endured a lot of Horace's struggles of being bullied and seeing him shine and kill The Gillman and kick The Wolfman in the nards, which is so great that the title of the film was his line and I assume it's an tribute to him as well.
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Christopher N. BrewerReviewed in the United States on October 30, 2020
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Squad Goals!!!
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This was a fun and very well done documentary on one of the most cherished films from my childhood. The cast and crew of Monster Squad reminiscing about their experiences on this film was excellent, and for them to include their dedicated and passionate fan base was priceless.
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Hardcore MiloReviewed in the United States on November 29, 2020
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R.I.P. Horace
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I recorded the Monster Squad movie from HBO on one of my vhs tapes. Watched it 100s of times. Loved the movie. This documentary covers the entire spectrum of that movie. This deserves a 10 star rating.
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Cha cha!Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2021
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Great little documentary
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Loved watching this with my family. We watch Monster Squad every year during October and this made an already amazing movie that much more special. Loved the interviews, fan art, costume history, etc. Well worth the purchase. Absolutely recommend to any fan of this great movie!
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