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Creature Unknown (2004)

A weekend reunion becomes a confrontation with an incredible, inhuman creature as a group of young adults are forced to face the terrible sins of their past.

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A weekend reunion becomes a confrontation with an incredible, inhuman creature as a group of young adults are forced to face the terrible sins of their past.

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As scary as Scooby Doo...with the lights on!
4 August 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I repeat 'As scary as Scooby Doo...with the lights on!'

I only watched this film as when i was on holiday, the villa we stayed in had this film. So i thought i might as well watch it as i am a horror fanatic. The first two minutes played and I realised this film is of poor quality, acting and script. I do not need to hear a bang then for the character to say 'oh what was that, it was a bang' So i turned it off.

Days later I realised Maggie Grace who plays shannon in Lost was in it. I love Lost and have seen many films and TV shows with the actors of Lost in them:

Vantage Point-Matthew Fox / The Fog-Maggie Grace / Lord of the rings and Flashforward-Dominic Monohghan / Flashforward-Desmonds wife in Lost (Olivia in Flashforward)

So i bravely watched the entire film. Not even Maggie Grace could save this one way ticket to disaster ville. The monster looks like the swamp monster from scooby doo and is not scary, just laughable. The actors are all terrible and clearly have not watched the film themselves...sorry Maggie. The only good thing about this film is the twist at the end.

Stay away from this film. It is also known as 'The Forest' Not even Sky 3 would show this. This is only number 2 on the worst ever horror films though as 'The Signal' has beaten this film to top spot.


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