Monstrous Disunion (2021)

The impact on Britain after the European Membership Referendum might be greater than anyone thought
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  • RT Rating N/A
  • IMDB Rating 5.2
  • Release Date: Jan 01, 2021
  • Rated: N/A | Runtime: 68 Mins | Language: English
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Critic Reviews:

A solid and enjoyable topical genre effort that doesn’t have too much in the way of flaws as those issues aren’t bad, this one comes off rather nicely with plenty of likable qualities for indie genre fans. It’s highly recommended to fans of the studio’s output or those who generally enjoy these kinds of indie efforts as a whole, while others who aren’t into the style should heed caution.


There are quieter scenes where Mark just smokes, or Maddy talks with her friends about brainless slasher films. These scenes are exquisitely shot, showing that these characters are not created only to perform the central duties of the screenplay, which here means to talk about government and policies. While Monstrous Disunion does not always land during the horror portions, it is nevertheless a film worthy of your attention.


Running just over an hour, Monstrous Disunion makes its point and gets out before it becomes heavy handed or boring. It’s a timely look at how polarized society is becoming. It’s set in, and aimed at, the UK. But it’s just as applicable in many other countries, most obviously the USA. And while it may be satirical, the point it makes is a valid one.