Wednesday, April 28, 2010
A Momo No-No?
While tales of Sasquatch-like ape-men haunting the darkly forested hills of Missouri have been around for some time, the monicker "Momo" arose only in the wake of a rather famous sighting in Louisiana, MO in the early 1970's. At the time, the large, hirsute hominid was described as having a pumpkin-like head, a fact that may have been taken a bit too literally by those behind a forthcoming horror film by the same name. "Momo" is, if their time table is accurate, in post-production under the watchful eye of Zomular Media Group. Principal shooting was done in the Pulaski County area of Missouri.
I don't know if it is really, really bad or a really, really awesome homage/parody of such horrid films as "Boggy Creek II: And The Legend Continues". If the latter, all I can say is I'm sorta psyched to catch this once it is released - in whatever fashion that might be. Doubtlessly the sort of film improved upon by copious quantities of alcohol, "Momo" is probably best watched with friends or, if you can manage it, two robots and a smart mouth.
For more information, visit the "Momo" MySpace page.