Monster of the Day #933 Updated on June 23, 2014 By Ken Begg 12 Comments We haven’t done ’80s monster movies in a while, so…. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1678 (Dec 18, 2017) Monster of the Day #1677 (Dec 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1676 (Dec 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1675 (Dec 13, 2017) Monster of the Day #1674 (Dec 12, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Eric Hinkle Okay, I’m looking forward to learning the name of this one. bgbear_rnh Oscar the Grouch out of his garbage can is much bigger than you think. Pity the host who forgets the letter of the day. Gamera977 For once I have to agree with those clowns at PETA: fur is murder! Flangepart Are you done? Not Yeti! Cullen Waters Night of the Demon. Not to be confused with the Jacques Tourneur flick. (This, incidentally, I had to look up. My first guess was Shriek of the Mutilated.) Eric Hinkle Thanks for the title,. Back when we still had local video places that film always seemed to be on the shelves. Ken_Begg It’s up on YouTube. It’s highly sleazy and grossly violent. You know those Slim Jim “Messing with Bigfoot” commercials? It’s like those, only you don’t have to mess with him; he’ll just reach up and tear your arm off. The gore effects are lovingly filmed at length and fall into the “unconvincing but highly enthusiastic” catagory. This was one of the films on the infamous Video Nasties roster, and one that actually deserved to be there. Gamera977 Not sure if I’ll give this a go or not but I did find R.O.T.O.R. in it’s entirety on YouTube. And it’s everything you said it was Ken and more… Eric Hinkle Ah. Thanks for the information. However, given that I have a choice between this and the Karloff/Price/Rathbone version of ‘Tower of London’, I think I’ll go with Mord and Richard first. Wow, now just imagine ToL being redone in “modern:” fashion with tons of CGI, wire work, and buckets of gore everywhere. Rock Baker I generally like Bigfoot movies, but I’ve always figured this was one I could miss. The Rev. DAMMIT the one time I don’t post a guess and I’m right! I haven’t even seen this (which makes no sense as I like gory movies) and yet it was the first thing I thought of as far as ’80s Bigfoot movies. The second one I think of I’m not sure Ken’s used, but it’d provide a couple of MotDs if he went there. The Rev. R.O.T.O.R. is glorious. We had so much fun with that at a past T-Fest.