When marauding orcs invade a US National Park, our collective fates lie in the hands of Ranger Cal Robertson and his side-kick, Volunteer Cadet Hobie, who must stop the wave of destruction before the whole world is overrun.


(as James McPherson)


Credited cast:
Cal Robertson
Dan Whiting
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Austin M. Craig ...
News Reporter
Tomek Debowski ...
Stan Ferguson ...
Katie (as Renny Richmond)
Barta Heiner ...
Ezekiel Crawford
Jeff Kirkham ...
Orc Chief
Hobart Moss
Jackie Nico ...
Tina (as Jackie Nicolopoulus)
Jake Suazo ...
Kylee Thurman ...


Faced with extinction, two park rangers are forced to defend the national park against hordes of rampaging orcs. Ancient and long forgotten, these orcs are unleashed from the depths of the mountains, and they won't stop until we're all dead. Written by Anonymous

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They Will Eat Your Face Off.


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Release Date:

5 September 2014 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Orci!  »

Box Office


$150,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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When they pull up at the store, the truck has Wyoming license plates. A US Park Service vehicle would have US government plates not state-issued plates. See more »


Referenced in Once I Was a Beehive (2015) See more »

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What a load of Muzgash!
29 May 2012 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

In Orcs!, forest rangers Cal (Adam Johnson) and Hobie (Maclain Nelson) battle a horde of mythical monsters from Middle-Earth, who emerge from a mountain to wreak havoc in a National Park. Such a set up is clearly intended to be nothing more than a bit of dumb fun, but while the film is certainly dumb, there's not nearly enough fun, with a lack of decent jokes and scares, and a failure to deliver on the outrageous gore and gratuitous nudity suggested by an early shot of a decapitated head on a stick and the presence of two young hotties in tight vests.

Most notable of all, perhaps, is the distinct lack of actual creatures. Sure, there are plenty of extras running around in cheap looking suits of armour, but as far as identifiable orcs are concerned—you know, ugly critters with real bad complexions and over-sized fangs—well, they can be counted on the fingers of one hand. No doubt this was due to budgetary constraints, but the viewer can't help but feel a tad cheated. This is where an excess of gore and a spot of nudity would have come in handy: after all, it doesn't cost a fortune to throw some buckets of blood around and get a few aspiring starlets to strip off, and it sure would have helped matters immensely.

Instead, we get irritating main characters, supposedly 'witty' dialogue that falls flat on its face, one or two unconvincing death scenes, a repetitive over-long night-time siege totally devoid of tension, and a couple of inexplicable pastiches of key scenes from The Fellowship of the Ring which are neither clever nor funny—all of which adds up to an instantly forgettable waste of time.

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