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A fast-paced thriller in which little Daphne and her unruly dog Monster are kidnapped and imprisoned by a nasty old man. A violent twist of imagination gives them the possibility of escape.
A fast-paced comedy thriller in which little Daphne and her unruly dog, Monster, are kidnapped and imprisoned by a nasty old man.
A violent twist of the imagination gives them the posibility of escape.
Made by Peter Jackson's Wingnut Films in the very early days of FX company, Weta, many of Jackson's longtime collaborators worked on this film, including Richard Taylor. Directed and written by Grant Campbell who worked on Bad Taste, the film uses almost as much red food colouring as that film.
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