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Running with Monsters is an electrifying chronicle of the LA rock scene of the 1980s and ’90s, the story of a man who survived and triumphed over his demons, and a controversial perspective on the rehab industry and what it really takes ..

Author: Bob Forrest

Publisher: Crown Archetype

ISBN: 9780770435998

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Celebrity Rehab star and Thelonious Monster frontman Bob Forrest's memoir about his drug-fueled life in the L.A. indie rock scene of the '80s and '90s and his life-changing decision to become a drug counselor who specializes in reaching the unreachable. Life has been one strange trip for Bob Forrest. He started out as a suburban teenage drunkard from the Southern California suburbs and went on to become a member of a hip Hollywood crowd that included the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Depp, and River Phoenix. Los Angeles was their playground, and they hung out in such infamous haunts as the Viper Room and the Whisky a Go Go. Always one to push things to their limit, Bob partied the hardest and could usually be found at the center of the drama. Drugs weren’t Bob’s only passion. He was also a talented musician who commanded the stage as the wild and unpredictable lead singer of Thelonious Monster. They traveled the world, and their future seemed bright and wide open. But Bob’s demons grew stronger as he achieved more success and he sank deeper into his chemical dependency, which included alcohol, crack, and heroin habits. No matter how many times he went to rehab, sobriety just wouldn’t stick for him. Soon he saw his once-promising music career slip away entirely. Eventually Bob found a way to defeat his addiction, and once he did, he saw the opportunity to help other hopeless cases by becoming a certified drug counselor. He’s helped addicts from all walks of life, often employing methods that are very much at odds with the traditional rehab approach. Running with Monsters is an electrifying chronicle of the LA rock scene of the 1980s and ’90s, the story of a man who survived and triumphed over his demons, and a controversial perspective on the rehab industry and what it really takes to beat addiction. Bob tells his story with unflinching honesty and hard-won perspective, making this a reading experience that shocks, entertains, and ultimately inspires. Monsters
Directed bySteven Hilliard Stern
Written bySteven Hilliard Stern
Produced byRonald I. Cohen
Bob Cooper
StarringMichael Douglas
Susan Anspach
CinematographyLaszlo George
Edited byKurt Hirschler
Music byAndré Gagnon
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
Running time
102 minutes
Budget$4 million[1] or $3.5 million[2]
Box office$2.8 million[3]

Running is a 1979 Canadian sportsdrama film written and directed by Steven Hilliard Stern and starring Michael Douglas and Susan Anspach. It is about the fictional Americanmarathon runner and Olympic hopeful Michael Andropolis and his struggle to compete in the Olympic Games.


Michael Andropolis is a US hopeful for the 1976 (Montreal) Summer Olympics as a marathon runner. However, his life is fraught with trouble. His marriage, which produced two children, has fallen apart and his wife wants a divorce. He struggles with unemployment and at one point in the movie is seen snapping due to frustration with the unemployment office bureaucracy. Additionally, his coach is reluctant to endorse him for the games. Andropolis always starts races strong, but because of his over-competitive strive, he pulls ahead of the pack too soon, sapping strength he'll need for the final minutes of the race. So he tends to not come in first, having used his stamina too early. His coach feels he is a quitter.

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However, he providentially makes it through to Montreal by finishing fourth in the qualifiers, but getting the ticket due to an injury in one of the top three finishers. Andropolis surprises everyone, by pacing himself early in the race, only pulling ahead halfway through the race. Well on his way to the finish line ahead of the main pack, Andropolis slips on wet leaves rounding a turn. The fall leaves him with shoulder and leg injuries as other runners pass him by.

As darkness falls, paramedics tend to him where he fell. Andropolis is overcome by the need to 'finish' the task of the race. He gets up, limping by and winding his way through traffic on roads that have been re-opened, as the marathon rules mark, and since the presumed final competitor had crossed the finish line hours earlier. Exhausted by the grueling ordeal of finishing the race with numerous injuries, Andropolis is greeted with cheers and support from the entire Olympic Stadium. He is met at the finish line by his wife, who has come to Montreal to watch him and promises that he will come home with her whatever happens. His coach witnesses his finish with a proud smile, while his daughters watch him on TV.


  • Michael Douglas as Michael Andropolis
  • Susan Anspach as Janet Andropolis
  • Chuck Shamata as Howard Grant
  • Eugene Levy as Richard Rosenberg
  • Philip Akin as Chuck
  • Gordon Clapp as Kenny
  • Lawrence Dane as Coach Walker
  • Lesleh Donaldson as Andrea Andropolis
  • Robin Duke as Olympic Office Receptionist
  • David Eisner as Man in Unemployment Office
  • Giancarlo Esposito as Teenager
  • Marvin Goldhar as Maloney
  • Robert Hannah as Stuntman
  • Shawn Lawrence as Kenny's Trainer
  • Jim McKay as Himself
  • Jennifer McKinney as Susan Andropolis
  • Monica Parker as Fat Lady
  • Tony Rosato as Italian athlete
  • Murray Westgate as Mr. Finlay
  • Trudy Young as Pregnant woman


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Many of the scenes including the start of the marathon as well as scenic shots were filmed in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada.

Additional scenes were filmed at Lakeshore Studio in Toronto, Ontario; Montreal, Quebec; and New York City.[citation needed]

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The film was made for $4 million and sold to TV for $5 million even before it was released.[1]

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Vincent Canby of The New York Times described the film as 'earnest but not particularly affecting.'[4]Variety wrote: 'Scriptwriter Steven Stern, who directed, never really capitalizes on the sport of running which has become so popular, but Douglas overcomes to deliver a polished performance.'[5] Gene Siskel of the Chicago Tribune gave the film one star out of four and called it 'easily one of the year's worst movies .. This picture was made by a TV writer-director, and it shows.'[6]Charles Champlin of the Los Angeles Times wrote that the film was 'enlivened by some outstanding performances,' but also stated that 'I didn't get any real sense of the pain or the glory, the mystique or the physicality or the mechanics of running .. and it presents difficulties in a film called 'Running.'[7] Gary Arnold of The Washington Post described the film as 'insufferable .. this sporting tearjerker is the dopiest imitation yet of 'Rocky,' already imitated into absurdity.'[8] James K. Loutzenhiser of BoxOffice gave the film a rating of 'Good' and called it 'an entertaining film' with Douglas 'likable and convincing in the leading role.'[9]Lawrence O'Toole of Maclean's wrote, 'A formula movie, nicely shot by Laszlo George and acted with real vigor by Douglas, Running is Television City, its script easily accessible to any prime-time child.'[10]

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  1. ^ abMalcolm, Andrew (27 September 1979). 'Canada Enters Ranks of Top Film Nations: Location-Shot Attraction Natives May Be Lured Back Sale of Investment Units Co-Investment at the Start Includes Many Hollywood Stars Companies and Producers Grow'. New York Times. p. C13.
  2. ^Lee, Grant (13 Jan 1979). 'FILM CLIPS: Canadians Shooting for the Big Leagues'. Los Angeles Times. p. b10.
  3. ^Richard Nowell, Blood Money: A History of the First Teen Slasher Film Cycle Continuum, 2011 p 258
  4. ^Canby, Vincent (November 2, 1979). 'Screen: 'Running,' Winning and Losing: Marathon Mania'. The New York Times. p. C7.
  5. ^'Film Reviews: Running'. Variety. June 6, 1979. 24.
  6. ^Siskel, Gene (November 5, 1979). 'Running' runs out of steam real fast'. Chicago Tribune. Section 2, p. 7.
  7. ^Champlin, Charles (November 2, 1979). 'It's Off and 'Running'. Los Angeles Times. Part IV, p. 1.
  8. ^Arnold, Gary (November 2, 1979). 'Running' Stumbles'. The Washington Post. C1.
  9. ^Loutzenhiser, James K. (November 26, 1979). 'Feature Reviews: Running'. BoxOffice. 16.
  10. ^O'Toole, Lawrence (October 29, 1979). 'Running on empty'. Maclean's. 58.
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