Monster Pies

Monster Pies

By TLA Releasing

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In Monster Pies, a tender, romantic, emotional drama of first love, two high school students meet and fall for one another, but soon face the scrutiny of their conforming classmates and unsupportive families.

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Reasons to Buy

  1. A touching and well-crafted gay romance with a hard-hitting, emotional ending.
  2. Monster Pies has been earning acclaim at film festivals around the globe.
  3. Lead actors Tristan Barr and Lucas Linehan both give excellent performances - and they share some very cute, awkward scenes.

DVD Features

Deleted Scenes
Short Film: Karmarama

Information

  • Director: Lee Galea
  • Producer: Lee Galea
  • Writer: Lee Galea
  • Length: 1 hrs. 30 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Nov 12 2013
  • Added: Oct 17 2013
  • Production Year: 2013
  • TLA SKU: 1675267
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 807839007039
  • Catalog #: DV35345602
  • Custodian of Records:
    TLA Releasing
    35 Rumson Road Rumson, NJ 07760

Reviews

10 Reviews for Monster Pies

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Review by Raymond Murray

By: Raymond Murray
In-House Review - Jul 23 2013
Two high school outsiders meet and fall in love in this sweetly innocent, heartfelt and ultimately shocking melodrama from Down Under.

Geeky, alienated 17-year-old Mike (Tristan Barr) attends a suburban Melbourne high school. He is tease... Read More

Review by RES

By: RES
Unabashedly using the conventions of the coming-out narrative, the writer-director has fashioned an intensely moving film that rings true. Believably set in the mid 1990s, it deals with (unfortunately) still relevant issues like parental abuse and ga... Read More

Review by Casey

By: Casey
I loved this movie, but after seeing the movie, and literally weeping, I'm torn whether If I had it to do over if I would have watched it. I do believe that anytime a movie can move emotions in someone such as this, it's typically an excellent movie... Read More

Review by Steven

By: Steven
I agree with the other articulate reviews of this film. Regardless of the ending, it is so unnecessary, and the bridging of the emotional moments in this story are unrealistic and convenient. Realistic tragedy: Beautiful Thing and Brokeback Mountain.... Read More

Review by chromoman

By: chromoman
This film would profit from a few less subplots, a few less desperate elements of bleak backstory. And while the actors in the two lead roles are much more than adequate, few of the supporting players are convincing. That said, the core of this sto... Read More

Review by Sean

By: Sean
I loved this film as ive watched a few films and it captured australia, it captured school and it captured love

great film ive not got the time to give a 20,000 word thesis watch it and enjoy.

Review by Blackmanz

By: Blackmanz
My title says it all! I expected a bit more creativity from the Australians in this regard - this kind of film was being made years ago - same kind of story line - same kind of ending. Get a grip and get innovative!

Review by Achilles

By: Achilles
I second Kevin's review. My boyfriend and I just watched this film. I'm not sure if the goal of these filmmakers is to make us depressed to the point that we just sob for eternity. Or just drown the grief in alcohol and switching on a Disney movie to... Read More

Review by Kevin

By: Kevin
I just watched this movie last night and I want to be careful to give an honest review but not give away any spoilers. The movie starts out great. Yes, it's a bit clichéd with a gay high school guy getting picked on by the school bullies, and he en... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
Mike is a high school student who feels alone and alienated and has felt that way for as long as he can remember. But when Will, a new boy, comes to his school feelings within himself come to the fore and he dreams of a world he had never dared to th... Read More

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