A young artist has devoted her life to keeping the world in harmony between the forces of good and evil.

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The original Director's Cut had a running length of 119 minutes without the opening and closing scenes, which were never filmed. The final running time is 84 minutes. Duncan was supposed to be 'bear-trapped' in the shed, but post production team decided to explode his head instead. See more »

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General rule of Canadian cinema: never miss a chance to kill white people
4 June 2012 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

When watching "A Flesh Offering," I originally found myself marvelling at the aesthetic beauty of the film. The three women and one of the guys in the film are cute, while the other two guys are absolutely gorgeous. And the setting of the film is actually quite nice as well.

That was enough to keep my interest...until they started getting butchered. Bummer! The story is pretty pedestrian: a flashback sequence introduces us to the Wendigo, a cannibalistic spirit known to the First Nations; then a young First Nations artist sells one of her paintings for a rich bounty, and then she and four other friends (soon to be joined by her boyfriend) go up to her cabin in the woods.

During the first hour of the movie, the film sells the view that those who are targeted and killed by the Wendigo deserve it...so you might ask why do they deserve it? The reasons in this film are far too ambiguous. One guy was disrespectful to his Mother when he was young; another guy shot a mother black bear when he couldn't flee and she was right behind him with her cubs; one of the women sleeps around a lot, and the suggestion is that she is also a cheater.

None of that struck me as a reason for killing any of them...which led me to believe that the unspoken reason...was the contempt that they all seemed to hold for First Nations traditions. Which also made no sense to me; I mean, who disrespects the traditions that are important to one of their friends???

Either way, the film really isn't scary at all, doesn't make any sense at all, and comes with a moral that is spotty at best because it's sooooo unrealistic and ridiculous! I gave this a 3/10 because I liked the scenery and those two gorgeous guys enough that they each earned a point. But the truth is, outside of the eye candy, this is a dull, boring, stupid film!

No disrespect to the First Nations, but I think this film could've been a lot better. As it was, it seemed like it was made purely for the satisfaction of watching a First Nations woman orchestrate the murders of five others (who she apparently was friends with) to make a politically correct statement! Avoid this stinker!


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