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Vicious (2003)

A group of campers encounter a brutal government agent whom uses them as bait to capture a vicious creature, a failed government experiment, loose in the woods.

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Kane
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Doug
Melanie Parker ...
Barbara
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Walace
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Col. Hardwick
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Steve
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Hal
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Woman Camper
Rob Morris ...
Marine in Hall
Jenna Campbell ...
Secretary
Natalie Stephenson ...
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Marine #1
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Kerri (as Leigh Hill)
Mark Schell ...
Richie
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A group of campers encounter a brutal government agent whom uses them as bait to capture a vicious creature, a failed government experiment, loose in the woods.

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In nature, you're either the hunter... or the hunted

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Rated R for violence and gore
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30 December 2003 (USA)  »

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There was originally a full-scale animatronic monster built for the film. Unfortunately, by the time the film was ready to be shot, the creature wasn't finished. The head was, however, and the close-up of the creature or shots with just the head exposed are all animatronic, the rest finished with CG that writer/director Matt Green condones. See more »

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"Don't bite the hand that feeds you."
5 July 2004 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

Tom Savini, Bill Moseley, Brinke Stevens--How could you? How could you dupe me into renting this god-awful piece of cinematic garbage? I didn't expect much, but this is bottom of the barrel quality. Vicious is about a government operative named Kane (Savini) who captures unsuspecting campers and feeds them to a carnivorous beast living in the woods. From that description alone I was expecting what could have been a camp classic. But no, it's handled very terribly and the folks that I rented the movie for have very little screentime. The "actors" that do get the most screentime are BAD. But what really killed any enjoyment of this flick was the beast itself. When that photoshop-looking thing popped unto the screen, I really wanted to turn it off. I just simply hung my head in shame. I'm trying to forget this one already. I was wanting a film in the same vein as Mosquito but I got something much, much worse.


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