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Behemoth -- For eons, it has been dormant beneath the earth. Now, nature has awakened it, and nothing on earth can stop it.
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Release Date:
15 January 2011 (USA) See more »
Scientists discover a giant creature under the Earth that is wrapped around the entire planet. When the creature wakes all grumpy, it causes worldwide destruction. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Ed Quinn ... Thomas Walsh

Pascale Hutton ... Emily Allington

Cindy Busby ... Grace Walsh

Jessica Parker Kennedy ... Zoe

Ty Olsson ... Jack Murray

William B. Davis ... William Walsh

Garry Chalk ... Sheriff Matt Allington

James Kirk ... Jerrod Dietrich

Shaw Madson ... Agent McKewan

Marsha Regis ... Agent O'Neil

Michael Adamthwaite ... Joe
Nick Ouellette ... Mansey
John Hainsworth ... Bill Alexander

Directed by
W.D. Hogan 
Writing credits
Rachelle S. Howie (written by)

Produced by
Josée Bernard .... co-executive producer
Tom Berry .... executive producer
Lisa M. Hansen .... executive producer
John Prince .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Neilson 
Cinematography by
Anthony C. Metchie 
Film Editing by
Christopher A. Smith 
Casting by
Candice Elzinga 
Penny Perry 
Production Design by
James Willcock 
Set Decoration by
Lisa Mitchell 
Costume Design by
Kerry Weinrauch 
Makeup Department
Janella Churchill .... swing hair/makeup
Janie MacKay .... key hair stylist
Amanda McGowan .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Tia Buhl .... production manager
Gilles LaPlante .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Yannick Leray .... second assistant director
Shawn Patrick Murphy .... third assistant director
Isis Oliveira .... trainee assistant director
Greg Rousseaux .... first assistant director
Art Department
Ester Bovard .... set dresser
Allan Burdett .... construction coordinator (as Alan Burdett)
Clayton Flagg .... assistant property master
Andrea Fredrickson .... on-set dresser
Bulent Hasan .... storyboard artist
Ben Krakowsky .... property master
Ivan Lyttek .... props
Jeff Munt .... assistant set decorator
Marc Price .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Tim Archer .... sound re-recording mixer
Doug Kerr .... boom operator
Tad Nazar .... sound mixer (as Ted Nazar)
Special Effects by
Allen Benjamin .... special effects coordinator (as Al Benjamin)
Ryan Patton .... special effects assistant
Cullen Redekop .... special effects assistant
Rob Thorpe .... special effects assistant
Visual Effects by
Craig Clarke .... visual effects supervisor
Manley Gage .... compositor
William Higgins .... visual effects coordinator (as Bill Higgins)
William Higgins .... visual effects producer (as Bill Higgins)
Ryan Jensen .... visual effects supervisor
Sitthichok Khunthaveelab .... animator
Dong Hyun Kim .... animator
Kevin Little .... visual effects creative director
Tim Palgut .... assistant lighter
Heather Paul .... visual effects producer: Lux Visual Effects Inc.
Rafael Santos Jr. .... visual effects coordinator
Alican Sesli .... visual effects artist
Mike Wearing .... digital compositor
Bob White .... visual effects artist
Dave Alexander .... stunt rigger (as David Alexander)
Fraser Corbett .... stunts
Glenn Ennis .... stunt coordinator
Ryan Ennis .... stunt coordinator
Ryan Ennis .... stunt double: Jack
Rikki Gagne .... stunt double: Zoe
Andrea Kinsky .... stunt double: Emily
Brad Turner .... stunt double: Ed Quinn
Brennan Walstrom .... stunt double: Jerrod
Camera and Electrical Department
Ed Araquel .... still photographer
Bill Baxter .... gaffer
Nicholas Dent .... lighting technician
Josh Holmes .... lighting technician
Jordan Jakobczyk .... camera trainee
Carson Jobin .... grip
Bryce Larkin .... lighting technician
Mike Mahoney .... grip
Richard McSweeney .... second assistant camera
Eduardo Menses .... lighting technician
Barry Newton .... first assistant camera
Jos Oman .... first assistant camera: a camera
Craig Powell .... camera operator
Jim Powers .... best boy grip
Dan Pressler .... loader
John Sampson .... rigging grip
Einar Sigurdson .... first assistant camera
Jeff Smith .... key grip
Rene Smith .... camera operator
Jeremy Spofford .... second assistant camera
Jim Swanson .... genny op
Rob Tucker .... dolly grip
Spencer Whitney .... best boy electric
Casting Department
L.A. Hilts .... extras casting
Martina Smyth .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Joi Kittredge .... assistant costume designer
Jamie Tedham .... truck costumer
Editorial Department
Adam Driscoll .... post-production supervisor
Jason Macintyre .... post-production supervisor
Daniel McAlister .... post-production assistant
Georgia Milroy .... first assistant editor
Ismael Ribeiro .... director of engineering
Alissa Roode .... on-line editor
Seán Travers .... colorist
Transportation Department
Tony Boulter .... driver
Larry Fedyk .... driver
Cam Foss .... driver: cast
Chris Foss .... driver
Joe Hermoza .... driver
James Hill .... driver
Karver Kaminsky .... driver
Patricia McClung .... driver
Brian Mcrae .... driver
Nicole Morgan .... driver
Laurie Morris .... transportation coordinator
Dave Panovic .... driver
Taylor Sarai .... driver
Carrie Schmitke .... driver
Mark Schmitke .... driver
Ray Waechter .... transportation captain
Chris Wild .... driver
Other crew
Elle Buckle .... stand-in: female
Peter Conway .... first-aid/craft service
Julie Czerwinski .... security guard
Ian Doig .... animal coordinator
Marty Fitzgerald .... assistant to producer
Alex Galanis .... production assistant
Breanne Hartley .... head of legal and business affairs
Michi Hayashi .... assistant production coordinator
Darren Howard .... security coordinator
Darcy Irvine .... security guard
Sue Kittler .... location scout
Grace MacLeod .... head trainer
John McAstocker .... security guard
Jim McKeown .... production coordinator
Patrick Mokrane .... production accountant
Heather Murray .... key production assistant
Christina Ollson .... co-key production assistant
Barbara Parisi .... payroll accountant
Claudette Patry .... security captain
Mark Patterson .... security guard
Katie Peoples .... assistant to Tom Berry
Richard Pluhowy .... security guard
Nicole Reid .... business affairs assistant
John Rollins .... production assistant
Joecy Shepherd .... script supervisor
Andrew Shirlaw .... production assistant
Tom Suski .... production assistant
Lindsay Thomson .... second assistant coordinator
Scooby Vincent .... assistant location manager
Lilly Warkentin .... assistant chef
Karen Zajac .... location manager
Michael Zwart .... chef

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Canada:90 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Factual errors: The term "singularity event" is defined as a one-off incident which can threaten the Earth's existence. Not only has the creature apparently emerged on two previous occasions, the (not "a") singularity is actually a hypothesized point when artificial intelligence outpaces that of humanity's. It is also used in general relativity theory to describe certain gravitational or spacetime events.See more »


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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
It was a good enough attempt, but..., 19 August 2013
Author: Paul Magne Haakonsen from Denmark

The DVD cover for this movie does look quite nice, and it does reflect the movie, in a sense. By that, I mean the monster is there, yes, the people are there, yes, but that level of danger and life-threatening situation never was present in the entire movie.

The story in "Behemoth" is about a small town that is located in the mountains, where they always have experiences small trembles in the ground. However, recently these tremblings have grown in intensity and frequency, and fissures of carbon monoxide is starting to appear throughout the mountains. Something has awoken beneath the mountains, and people are about to find out.

Storywise, then this is a standard monster movie by the run-of-the-mill given this is a SyFy Channel movie. So, if you are familiar with their movies, then you know exactly what you will get here.

The creature itself actually looked good and was nicely animated; good CGI effects and it came off as believable - well aside from its sheer size.

There were some really bad plot holes in this movie. First of all, where would a creature of this size have been lurking underneath the ground? It just doesn't make any sense for it to never have been detected before. And also, given the size of its body, just what would it have been eating and sustaining itself by? It just doesn't add up anywhere. Furthermore, the military had no idea what they were dealing here, but still they had managed to build a weapon to destroy it and knew that it was the ONLY thing that could destroy it. So the military works by psychics now? And finally, why would the Behemoth, with its massive size, be concerned about eliminating a few pesky humans on the mountain? Surely it wouldn't even notice them, much less bother with them as humans would be insignificant gnats in comparison to its bulk and size.

And throughout the entire movie, there weren't really any moments where you felt that anyone was at risk or in danger in any kind of way. The was no proper atmosphere to the movie, or at least the director failed to establish such a feeling.

As for the people on the cast list, well they were doing good enough jobs, however, there were times where the acting came off as wooden and simply not believable. Especially when confronted with the revealing of the Behemoth - there weren't just any sense of dread or hopelessness. It was just like they were 'ah so what, this happens every day in USA' and just shrugged it off. I am pretty sure that a mountain-sized tentacled monster would install a paralyzing fear in most people, or at least send them fleeing for their very lives.

"Behemoth" is good enough entertainment for what it is, a simplistic monster movie that is predictable and follows the 'how to make a gargantuan monster movie' page-by-page.

I am rating the movie a 4 out of 10 stars simply because of the creature effects - it was the one that carried the bulk of the movie, in more than one way, pardon the pun.

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