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Despite the bevy of interesting information scattered throughout, the film drags its feet quite a bit, and it feels oddly shaggy.
Wolfman's Got Nards isn't just about the minutiae of a single film. It's about the genuine phenomenon that surrounds that film, how the movie's reputation changed over time, and how its belated success affected the lives of those involved.
It won't change how people see the monster mash but it's a love letter for all those who have ever sat down and watch that plucky group of kids take down an unholy gang of monsters.
There's so much to cover, and Gower and his crew do an astounding job of being as thorough as possible.
Celebrates fandom wonderfully and is a real thank you to the fans for their unwavering support through the years.
Nostalgia is crucial here.
Watching these films - and this documentary - generates the type of joy we only felt as kids, as well as evoking the warm fuzzy feeling that nostalgia brings.
A cult classic and its fanbase get the documentary they deserve.
Wolfman's Got Nards is a well-made documentary that does right by The Monster Squad.
Easily one of the best movie documentaries ever made.
As a whole, I cannot recommend Wolfman's Got Nards enough for those who love The Monster Squad, for fans of the horror genre, or even for anyone who has ever felt misunderstood by the world at large.
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