A blazing fire rips its way through Bear Valley National Park. As the firefighters try to contain it, the animals are being forced out of their habitat including a beast that was better left undiscovered.

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Jack Lund
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Owen Fremont
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Ellen Fremont
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Gabrielle Hanley
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A blazing fire rips its way through Bear Valley National Park. As the firefighters try to contain it, the animals are being forced out of their habitat including a beast that was better left undiscovered.

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Some creatures are best left undiscovered.


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11 July 2011 (UK)  »

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One of the better Bigfoot horrors
25 February 2013 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

After a forest fire brings about numerous causalities, a small town finds itself under siege by the same legendary creature they use to attract tourists and must find a way to stop it's rampage before it kills more townspeople.

Overall, this was a pretty decent Bigfoot movie that has some good stuff going for it as well as some flaws. One of the better areas in here is the fact that the body count is pretty high, giving us some pretty good gore in the bloody kills, as well as some great use of the local woodland scenery to provide some tension among the stalking scenes as it portrays the creature as using its environment to ambush its prey effectively. Also of note is the fact that it looks pretty decent as well, being a little more humanoid in appearance and not the big, hulking hairy brute so often associated with these movies, and the change is quite nice. On the downside, it does manage to waste a large amount of time on plot-points that go nowhere which tend to just drag this out by going nowhere and the fact that most of the gore is seen as aftermath and the on-screen mangling is hardly seen firsthand. Otherwise, this one is pretty decent.

Rated R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.


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