“Scariest Moments” on Mountain Monsters


I, for one, am generally not keen on “Greatest Hits” episodes of any series as they are usually thinly veiled efforts to repackage old material and stretch out a season.  The “Scariest Moments” installment of Mountain Monsters (S4/Ep05) was no different, being essentially a brief synopsis of six different and unrelated previous episodes.  I’m not going to comment on the episodes as I have previously posted on many of them.  For the sake of reference, however, the episodes covered were on the Hellhound, the Cherokee Death Cat, the Cave Creature, the Bear Beast, the Shadow Creature, and Hogzilla.

The summaries provided by these episodes may be helpful to viewers trying to get a brief feeling for the creature involved, or a general sense of what the show itself is about.  It can be striking how similar the episodes really are, both in terms of the methods involved, the flow of the action, and the outcomes.  In only one of the six episodes profiled was the creature being pursued actually captured, that one, Hogzilla, turning out to be a rather large but perfectly ordinary pig.  

The scariest incident I can remember in the time period covered involved team leader Trapper using self-dentistry to extract an aching tooth using pliers!  The series will return to new episodes this upcoming weekend with one called, the Great Fire Ape.  It will probably be at best a mediocre ape, but one that makes a monkey of them all…

…and by the way, the theme song for this show is called Mountain Man Town  by the Last American Cowboys…  

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6 Comments on ““Scariest Moments” on Mountain Monsters”

  1. carycomic Says:

    The Great Fire Ape?!

    I’ll bet he turns into a flying bonfire when he yells “Rame Ron.” After which, he probably attacks all armor-plated doctors named Doom. 😉


  2. Gatekeeper Says:

    Like the legends in cover in the show but that is it. I wonder how they were renew a second season?


  3. carycomic Says:

    On the upside? Just 3 days, 4 hours, and 37 minutes to go until the national release of…ZOOTOPIA!


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