Monster Survival Guide
Absolutely Hilarious!!!! I would much rather watch this than The Walking Dead. Please air more episodes.
What a great idea! I love the fact that this show uses that familiar teaching concept of other nature shows and puts it on top of something way more interesting. Just thinking of the potential here - there are so many "monsters" in so many different cultures of the world. I'm sure they went with zombies for the pilot because it is the most familiar to the public. Imagine the potential when delving deeper into lesser known mythologies! Please Cambell - keep us safe! Teach us what we need to know to be prepared to survive in this dangerous new world now that we know these creatures out out there!
... and what was that about someone being killed by a unicorn ... did anyone else catch that news article that flashed by briefly on the RV wall? :)
The look of the show is really professional, but what really hooks you in is the comedy, the raw and unexpected gore, the hilarious mock-shoddy editing, and the serious take on modern mythology. This is a show that knows what it is, a witty satire of all those Ghost Hunter and Finding Bigfoot programs--those other shows take themselves entirely too seriously. The idea to spoof these types of "reality" shows is a gold mine. The audience for the show is here. When are we going to see more episodes?
Come on NatGeo, don't only give me one episode. I don't watch a lot of TV but this is one series that I would tune in every week just to catch, even if it means canceling all other plans. What's worse is that I can't find a way to rewatch this episode either here or on Hulu.
The sad thing is, though, I'm afraid that a lot of people complaining about this show don't really know it's intended purpose? I'm hoping I do. You see, for those of you who don't know, there is an actual fungus that affects ants and turns them into what has been titled as 'Zombies'. Even the creatures in Last of Us have been based around this fungus if it were to be able to inhabit the human body.
And if I'm wrong and it's just a fun mockumentary then I'm still not complaining. Please don't let the nay-sayers be the only ones heard. I really love this.
This show is amazing! Funny, lively, and just overall super entertaining. More Campbell Macabre please!
Fire! Fire! Rarely do shows provide the kind of laugh till milk shoots out of my nose humor that this show provides. My expectations of this show in no way matched what took place and boy am I glad. I was surprised to find this type of comic relief on a network like National Geographic but hey who better than the kings of the documentary to spoof the genre I guess. Here's hoping for many hours spent watching Campbell Macabre and friends.
I was expecting to see another show hunting for legendary monsters that are never found. Instead, I find a hilarous mockumentary that is fantastic from beginning to end. This Bear Grills meets the Walking Dead episode was lol funny. The show is truly inspired and I will be buying the season on DVD. Does anyone know who is behind this show?
You have got to be kidding me! Only 12 minutes in, this is so laughably a spoof, I can't believe NatGeo would stoop to the same stupidity and stake its rep as Discovery did with "Megalodon."
What ever happened to reporting integrity?
You have got to be kidding me! Only 12 minutes in, this is so laughably a spoof, I can't believe NatGeo would stoop to the same stupidity and stake its rep as Discovery did with "Megalodon." What ever happened to reporting integrity?
Must admit, I AM enjoying the full idiocy, but this should be on Comedy Central, not NatGeo.