Video Interview! We Talk Monsters Of Man With Director Mark Toia

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

Action is a tough thing to do on a modest budget. Unlike most other genres, an action film can't survive if it looks and feels cheap. Characters and story matter, but the spectacle is the sell, and that's why when a smaller budget flick manages to pull it off, you usually hear about it. Well, I just watched Monsters Of Man (OUR REVIEW HERE), and I can tell you that everybody is f*cking sleeping on this one. A gritty, mean, and intense actioner, Monsters Of Man is a prime example of how to do low-budget action right.

We were able to talk with director Mark Toia about his self-funded debut, making a big-budget actioner with an indie budget, and his filmmaking process. Wanting to teach what he learned from the experience, Mark is an easy-going and talented man with a passion for film. Give the interview a watch and sound off in the comments below.

Monsters Of Man is about:

A robotics company teams up with a corrupt CIA agent undergoing an illegal, unsanctioned military operation. Dropping four prototype robots into a suspected drug manufacturing camp in the Golden triangle that no one will miss. The mission is to prove the robotics company is worthy of winning a lucrative military contract. Six doctors on a good cause witness the brutal slaughter of an innocent village and are forced into a deadly game of cat and mouse as they become the new targets.

Monsters Of Man is out now, and you can WATCH IT HERE

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Lance Vlcek was raised in the aisles of Family Video in the south suburbs of Chicago. He's a fan of fun schlock like Friday The 13th Part 7 and Full Moon Entertainment but also loves genre classics like Evil Dead and Big Trouble In Little China. Lance does many things outside of genre consumption, with his favorites being his homemade Chicago pizza recipe, homemade rum, and video editing. He has four Sugar Gliders, a love for beach bars, and claims Brett Morgen's favorite Bowie album must be Changesonebowie based on his soulless documentary!