Its looks like the 1987 cult classic The Monster Squad is getting a documentary around the fandom that made this an instant classic to many.
For those who do not know, The Monster Squad is a 1987 American comedy horror film directed by Fred Dekker. It is about five youngsters find themselves up against the combined might of Dracula, the Mummy, the Gill Man and Frankenstein’s Monster who arrive in town in search of a magic amulet.
According to EW, Gower interviewed fans who turned up to attend screenings on a 30th-anniversary nationwide tour of Alamo Drafthouse theaters he undertook with costars Ashley Banks and Ryan Lambert.
Wolfman’s Got Nards also includes interviews with Monster Squad-loving filmmakers like Adam Green (Hatchet), Joe Lynch (Mayhem), and Jackson Stewart (Beyond the Gates), as well as Adam F. Goldberg, creator of ABC’s The Goldbergs. Finally, the doc boasts reminiscences from director Fred Dekker and his co-writer Shane Black. According to the documentary’s producer Henry McComas, Dekker was initially reluctant to get in front of the camera.EW
The documentary will be arriving on VOD platforms October 27th, courtesy of Gravitas Ventures.