A lonely tow-truck driver gets caught in a deadly struggle between a pair of bank robbers with a beautiful hostage, local cops, and a monster that has come down from the Arizona mountains ... See full summary »
Steven R. Monroe
Stranded in the Lake District, Will and Harvey spend their time tricking the locals into believing that Bigfoot is real, equipped with nothing but a cheap costume. The locals fall for it and hire a hunter to kill the beast.
When a merciless bear poacher is caught and arrested deep in the woods of a state park, he and his truck are taken to a neglected precinct in the heart of a dying city. Unbeknownst to the ... See full summary »
For millenniums Bigfoot has silently protected the world and man from himself, yet the evil of industry brings him out of the darkness to battle for the total control of nature; the North Dakota Badlands live up to its name-Hell on earth.
Based on actual accounts, The Untold is the story of Harlan Knowles, billionaire and President of Bio-Comp Industries who heads up a team of experts in a quest to locate a company plane that disappeared over the remote forests of the Pacific Northwest. Knowles is obsessed with finding the plane and rescuing his daughter, who was one of its passengers. The assembled team includes local guide Clayton Tyne, renowned wilderness expert and author Winston Burg and the beautiful Marla Lawson. Soon, the team begins to suspect that Knowles' main objective is actually to recover the prototype of a DNA testing machine called the Huxley Project, which his company has spent years and millions of dollars developing. After finding the plane and its crew torn to shreds, the group tries to piece together clues about what could be responsible for the carnage. With the help of the Huxley prototype they discover they are facing a menace whose very existence is one of the world's greatest mysteries and ...Written by
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Flopped shot: near the end of the film, when Harlan goes back alone, the first time he fires into the air, it's left-handed, with a left-handed bolt-action rifle. Subsequently, the rifle is right-handed and Harlan is right-handed. See more »
[after Winston aims at Clayton and pulls the trigger of an empty 357 Magnum which he didn't know was empty]
Jesus Christ! You Jackass! I'm definently never gonna buy anyone of your books!
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This movie is a complete and utter disaster. Not only is the plot unusually gimmicky (as Dr. Gore stated), but the directing, acting, and editing are far worse than any modern movie should be. Lance appears dazed, and its hard to tell if he's acting or is really confused about why he is in this film. The movie lurches from one scene to the next, throws in a flashback, then switches to a "monster view" with sheer disregard for film school basics. It was not only stupid and painfully "unscary", it was devoid of even comical kitsch, which is what we hoped for when we picked it over some killer snowman flick. We ended up deriding this POS for the entire time...and the ending was "made for sequel" although that was clearly not the plan. The final credit explains that the movie was based on a true story, and gives some blah blah about how the Harlan Knowles character (Lance) ended up in a psycho ward...the funniest part of the whole movie considering the director made the story so believable :D - do you concur chops?
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