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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.


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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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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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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Box Office


$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Peakviewing Productions See more »
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7/10 for Effort, 2/10 for Execution
11 October 2004 | by IokSee all my reviews

I won't recap the plot to Grim in much detail - mainly because it doesn't really have much of one. And that's a shame, as underneath the long, ponderous shots, terrible dialogue and shaky script there's a reasonable enough movie trying to get out. Unfortunately, it never does, though, leaving Grim a plodding, un-involving mess.

As a first draft or a plot synopsis, Grim's script would be acceptable in the "simple plot, let's just get on with the scares" school of horror. However, it's supposed to be a finished movie. Even the heavy-handed addition of a "Basil Exposition" character, to actually explain that the creature is a troll and explain troll-ish behaviour to the rest of the cast/viewer (i.e. they live underground, eat people, don't like light) would have been a move in the right direction.

And speaking of direction, in Grim, it's pretty woeful. There isn't a single moment in this movie that makes you jump. Not one. And, with the lackluster editing and terribly repetitive soundtrack, Grim can't be recommended.

THAT SAID, I do at least give credit to the cast and crew for trying something different. And, given the choice, I'd still take Grim over any of the Hugh Grant/Richard Curtis Rom-Coms about stuttery, up-tight Englishmen and their will they/won't they romantic complications...

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