Marshall "Big Jim" Cole turns in his badge and heads to Wyoming with his family in order to settle on some land left him by a relative. He faces opposition both from a neighbor who wants ... See full summary »
Four girls go on a romping weekend at a lake, and have car problems on the way home. A nice local boy takes them back to his farm, where he lives with his father. Something ghastly happens,... See full summary »
James Carroll Pickett,
A young woman is brought to an asylum to receive special treatment from a mysterious doctor. Dr. Spector does more than just run the hospital -- he offers his patients as sacrifices to ... See full summary »
Investigating the mysterious deaths of a number of farm animals, vet Rack Hansen discovers that his town lies in the path of hoards of migrating tarantulas. Before he can take action, the ... See full summary »
John 'Bud' Cardos
Hunters wound a grizzly bear in a national forest in Alaska. Soon after, the wounded bear goes off and kills several other hunters, hikers, campers, the sheriff and a little boy scout. ... See full summary »
A fifteen-foot grizzly bear figures out that humans make for a tasty treat. As a park ranger tries rallying his men to bring about the bear's capture or destruction, his efforts are thwarted by the introduction of dozens of drunken hunters into the area. Written by
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In an interview with producer Edward L. Montoro published in the 1st May 1984 edition of 'The Hollywood Reporter', Montoro said he though this movie to be the best film that he ever produced. See more »
The bear's feet change to black and brown in several scenes. See more »
If ya feel a wet snout in ya face, whatever you do, don't move. And don't kiss it back 'cause it ain't me.
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I saw this in the theater when I was in the 3rd grade. At that age it made a big impression on me. The bear was ominous, frightening and powerful. Yes it was sort of a ripoff on 'Jaws'. But it still worked in its own way. It featured some taut actions scenes, and a gloomy style all its own. I watched it on late night TV many years later and still enjoyed it. Yea, it is a bit corny and lame for today's standards. But for me it's a trip down memory lane, and like all those other Horror movie aficionados, it has that 1970's charm that so few people appreciate. If I saw 'Grizzly' on TBS or some other network, I would assuredly watch it again.
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