The cast went back to Vancouver in October for additional filming. Rumors of going back to the original ending from the original screenplay which had Adrien Brody attached to it is what they used. See more »
As Piper Parabo's character is setting snares, she is crouched down, then stands and moves from facing toward the camera to her back toward the camera. Suddenly, birds fly and call a warning, when the camera goes back to her, she is back crouching facing toward the camera and then she repeats the move to where her back is toward the camera. The tree the snares are connected to shows the scene is repeated. See more »
I don't have much to say about this one, if I'm being honest. It's a pretty straightforward animal-gone-wild horror thriller, with a gigantic, lethal grizzly bear hunting for humans and the requisite intense death scenes required by such a concept. The cast is surprisingly solid (with James Marsden, Thomas Jane and the always- welcome Piper Perabo, among a fabulous cast of talented B-listers) and the film manages some effective moments. I wouldn't go as far as saying that the film is memorable, but I enjoyed myself enough while watching it to recommend it. I'm not sure if this constitutes a remake of the 1976 grindhouse hit "Grizzly," but either way it's a decent genre entry.
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