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Director:
Writer:
Mark Mullin (written by)
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Release Date:
2007 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
A young scientist arrives to a small fishing town to fight against the creature living under the water. | Full synopsis »
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it's a B-monster movie...and a surprisingly good one at that See more (15 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

James Van Der Beek ... Dan Leland

Alexandra Castillo ... Katrina Tomas
Arne MacPherson ... Gunnar Thorson

Ryan Rajendra Black ... Will Neepanak (as Ryan Black)
Brian Edward Roach ... Robbie MacGregor (as Brian Roach)
Larissa Tobacco ... Krissy Neepenak

Kyra Harper ... Mother Tomas
Kelly Wolfman ... Jen Thorson
Ryland Thiessen ... James Connor

Rick Skene ... Mr. Connor
Sharon Bajer ... Mrs. Connor

Brooke Palsson ... Larissa Connor
Blake Taylor ... Old Salt
Erik Fjeldsted ... Jordy
Stephen Eric McIntyre ... Spider
Gabriel Daniels ... Ryan
Akulu Meekis ... Jack (as Akalu Meekis)

Alicia Johnston ... Candace

Daina Leitold ... Lucy
Tom Anniko ... Dr. Gorman

Adriana O'Neil ... Dr. Perch (as Adrianna O'Neil)
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Directed by
Gary Yates 
 
Writing credits
Mark Mullin (written by)

Produced by
Robert Halmi Jr. .... executive producer
Robert Halmi Sr. .... executive producer
Gary Howsam .... executive producer
Phyllis Laing .... producer
Gilles Paquin .... executive producer
Michael J. Taylor .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Jonathan Goldsmith 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Marshall 
 
Film Editing by
Jeff Warren 
 
Casting by
Jim Heber 
 
Production Design by
Réjean Labrie 
 
Art Direction by
Larry Spittle 
 
Costume Design by
Wanda Farian 
 
Makeup Department
Brenda Magalas .... makeup department head
Beth Ann McIvor .... assistant makeup artist
Doug Morrow .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Kate Harrison .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Markian Saray .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Gary Barringer .... graphic artist
Ryan Berzuk .... props
Nick Burns .... storyboard artist
Jim Cebrowski .... construction coordinator
Bruce Cook .... set dresser
Alexis Labra .... on-set dresser
Alexis Labra .... props
Jamie Lou Morneau .... art department assistant
Robb Paraskevopoulos .... lead dresser
Remi Verfaillie .... sets buyer
Khali Wenaus .... art department coordinator
 
Sound Department
Russ Dyck .... foley artist
Bruce Little .... sound re-recording mixer
Anita Lubosch .... sound effects designer
Anita Lubosch .... sound effects editor
Paul Morrow .... dialogue editor
Sacha Rosen .... boom operator
Dino Schiavone .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Mark Gebel .... special effects coordinator
Jonathan Graham .... creature effects
Tim Harding .... first assistant special effects
Paul Jones .... animatronic creature designer
 
Visual Effects by
Robert Bloom .... compositor
Robert Crowther .... visual effects supervisor
Matt Hansen .... lead cgi artist
Megumi Kanazawa .... digital compositor
Teresa Kasepchuk .... visual effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Allan Wallace Dunkeld .... stunt double: Stephen Eric McIntyre
Kristen Sawatzky .... stunt double: Alexandra Castillo
Craig Skene .... stunt rigger
Dan Skene .... stunt double: Brian Roach (as Daniel Skeene)
Rick Skene .... stunt coordinator
Glen Thompson .... stunt double: Erik Fjeldsted
Lori MacKay .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
François Balcaen .... key grip
Jim Campbell .... generator operator
Mark Chow .... camera operator
Conroy Finnegan .... best boy grip
Allen Fraser .... still photographer
Jason Heke .... second assistant camera
Joao Holowka .... gaffer
 
Animation Department
Gary Barringer .... animator
 
Casting Department
Eleanor Erum .... extras casting assistant
Kari Rieger .... extras casting
Joey Ritche .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lauren D. Martin .... daily costumer
 
Transportation Department
Dave Perich .... driver
 
Other crew
Rhia Alcantara .... office production assistant
Alisson Amigo .... photo double
Neal Baksh .... co-location manager
Dave Brown .... firearms safety coordinator
Paul Courchaine .... payroll accountant
Michael Cowles .... location manager
Wendy Gaboury .... key accountant
Andrew Gallinger .... locations key
Tanya Mazur .... script supervisor
Fawnda Neckoway .... office production assistant intern
Christina O'Shea-Daly .... executive in charge of production - RHI
Jennifer Omoth .... first assistant accountant
RoseAnna Schick .... unit publicist
Kevin Uddenberg .... assistant to director
Michelle Walker .... key craft service
 

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Runtime:
Canada:90 min
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Certification:
Australia:MA (2007) | Singapore:PG | USA:Unrated (DVD rating)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
In common with Jaws, the first victim of the creature is named "Krissy".See more »
Movie Connections:
References Jaws (1975)See more »

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15 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
it's a B-monster movie...and a surprisingly good one at that, 8 March 2008
Author: TheUnknown837-1 from United States

Out of all the really bad science-fiction creature features that I see quite regularly on the Sci-Fi Channel, there are very few of which I can describe as descent. "Eye of the Beast" is one of those few that is surprisingly good enough to be called descent. The acting is fine, the screenplay is more intelligent than others I can think of, the special effects are better than expected, and since they are mostly shown at night, they are easier to believe. The creature is effectively not shown mostly until the end. Before then, we see nothing of it except for its tentacles (rubber, inflated) that lash out and grab onto people. The plot is kind of ludicrous. A giant squid SOMEHOW gets into a lake and SOMEHOW is not seen until now when it just decides to try human fresh off the docks, but still, it's a B-movie, so can cut it SOME slack. The characterization of the characters is very good, there are some very well-done dialogue and dramatic moments, and the music score really aids it. Ultimately, we have a climax that we really care about, speeches that are actually well-written and don't outstay their welcome (as they do in another B-flick called "Sasquatch Mountain"), and overall, "Eye of the Beast" is a very well-done creature feature. I recommend it for fans of its genre.

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