After „The Strangers“ Year 2008 an den Kinokassen überraschte, said insider Bryan Bertino a bright future ahead. Tatsächlich kam seine Karriere anschliessend aber nur noch schleppend voran, Although he always was again involved in new projects. With „The Monster“ schafft es der Filmemacher demnächst aber endlich wieder auf die grosse Kinoleinwand, even if the world premiere held at probably the most successful US pay-TV provider. The American television satellite operator DirecTV was able to secure the rights and provides „The Monster“ now exclusively on. From the 11. November dieses Jahres kommen US-Kinogänger allerdings auch in den Kinos in den Genuss der Monsterjagd. In dem Film werden eine Mutter und ihr Kind urplötzlich von der Strasse gedrängt. Far and wide, is no help in sight. But they are not alone. A hungry and anything but friendly nature has taken both targeted and does not intend, to let her go again, they soon…
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