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Grim (1995)

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A team of spelunkers, when investigating a system of caves beneath a small town, come across a hideous creature that can move through walls.


Paul Matthews


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Credited cast:
Emmanuel Xuereb ... Rob
Jack Chancer Jack Chancer ... Steve
Peter Tregloan Peter Tregloan ... Grim
Michael Fitzpatrick Michael Fitzpatrick ... Ken
David Kennedy ... Mary's Husband
Ian James Ian James ... Dog Handler
Adam Tury Adam Tury ... Wendy's Boyfriend
Tres Hanley ... Penny
Kadamba Simmons Kadamba Simmons ... Katie (as Kadamba)
Jules de Jongh Jules de Jongh ... Sarah
Nesba Crenshaw ... Trish
Nadia DeLemeny Nadia DeLemeny ... Mary
Louise Hickson Louise Hickson ... Wendy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zeb Lamb Zeb Lamb ... Ambulance Driver


A team of spelunkers, when investigating a system of caves beneath a small town, come across a hideous creature that can move through walls.

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Rated R for horror violence and gore, and for language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

13 February 1996 (USA) See more »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Embarrassingly poor.
3 March 2004 | by FlibSee all my reviews

Just a couple of times in your lifetime, you will come across a movie so bad, so horrendously, appallingly bad, that your eyes will light up and your mouth will start to salivate in the delight of it all.

Grim is one of these movies.

Right from the opening credits you know it, and by about half way through, you are beyond amusement - your lower lip will hang, slackly separated from your upper one, and your eyes will be vacantly gazing at the screen. Your brain will hate you for watching this movie.

The opening credits look like a cheap screensaver, and go on for minutes. No action, typical orchestral horror music, a black screen and some words. Finally, it finishes, and an inexplicable four second shot of some kind of underground stone casket is shown. It looks like polystyrene. The first real scene is the old ouija board trick with a bunch of teenagers in a bedroom. Well, actually, it's two guys in their mid-thirties and some 21-year-old girls, in what looks like a very cold and dark basement. There is no reason for them to be together, to be there, and to not have grown out of using ouija boards.

The acting is woeful, the editing looks deliberately shoddy (a few shots run on for about 3 seconds too long, after the action has finished, leaving you awkwardly staring), and the visual effects...well, I don't know whose brainchild the Grim actually was, but I'm guessing he's made of rubber and had a terrible childhood.

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