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
Brian Bremer ...
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 ...
Waitress
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Marine #1
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Marine #2 (as Michael Larson)
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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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Horror

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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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Absolute Garbage truck material, Burn it, & bury it !
28 June 2006 | by (Sherman Oaks California) – See all my reviews

Not the best CGI monster in the world but it was a fun film to watch. Brian Bremer from Pumpkinhead did a very good job as well as Savini. Tom was not as good as he was in From Dusk Til Dawn but this is not a Robert Rodriguez film either. Film Bashers beware! Nobody takes you serious. These guys spent a lot of time and effort into making this film and it does show. I am sure with a bigger budget it could have been better but that is why we call them low budget films. I would have liked to se Savini a little more hands on with the effects but I understand he is more into acting now and that's cool. The effects were not all that bad anyhow! Cudos guys. Even though the monster on the DVD cover looks nothing like the one in the film, well that's the fault of the distributor and their marketing department. Not bad though...not bad!


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