Pugsley McFly’s review published on Letterboxd:
My gosh! This movie was much better than I was expecting. I wanted to rent it because I noticed Neal McDonough is in it. He has been in a large number of other random science fiction and low-budget productions. But at least he is a very consistent actor who seems to enjoy playing villainous roles. Monsters of Man blends science fiction, horror, and military action all into one story. This movie is actually way more enjoyable of viewing than some of the turnkey horror story productions from the big-name studio houses over the last ten or fifteen years. For example, Truth or Dare and Fantasy Island are absolute garbage of a storyline, but they had huge budgets and distribution deals. I will definitely want to watch this movie a second time. Maybe I will even buy a copy to add to my personal library.