The six richest people in the world each have one thing still dragging them down.. their intolerable kids. Luckily, there is a mysterious entity that is happy to help. See, he has some ...
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The six richest people in the world each have one thing still dragging them down.. their intolerable kids. Luckily, there is a mysterious entity that is happy to help. See, he has some monsters of his own and they are just dying to test out their skills.. One house. Six kids. Seven monsters. Who will be left standing? It's time for a showdown.. it's Kids Vs Monsters!Written by
Watching a film like Kids Vs. Monsters you wonder just how far some careers have
sunk. And as for Francesca Eastwood who is the young female lead, couldn't her
dad have snagged something better?
Six grossly rich people who are definitely part of the two percent running things
all have one thing in common, they hate their kids and for the most part the
kids are definitely wastes of protoplasm. So who could pass up an offer from
someone from the underworld makes to dispose of them.
The idea is to watch on closed circuit television to see if their kids could spend
a night in a haunted house with 7 monsters. 6 kids, 7 monsters; let's see who's
standing in the end?
This film has one saving grace. Malcolm McDowell plays old Scratch himself
and knowing this is a turkey he gobbles with gusto. You will rarely see such
a hammy performance from someone, but it was definitely called for in this
You'd better be a fan of someone in the cast.
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