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The Ugly One: Thor's Revenge (2003)

Eric Thornton has been called The Ugly One by everyone in his town since he was 10. Now he is the only one who can save them from a Viking Warlock searching for a lost piece of Thor's hammer.

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Patrick Moug

Writer:

Patrick Moug
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joey Albright Joey Albright ... Lok-eye
Kevin Alphonso Kevin Alphonso ... Construction worker
John Anton ... Big Bob
Rachel Bellack ... Sea Witch
Richard Berry Richard Berry ... Towel Man
Regie Cashaw ... Psychiatrist
Max Christie Max Christie ... Mohawkman
Neva Cole Neva Cole ... Val (as Stacy Cole)
Dave Cunningham Dave Cunningham ... Restaurant Costumer
Mary Jo Cuppone Mary Jo Cuppone ... Mabel
Daniel Danaher Daniel Danaher ... Red-dooragman
Dave Daniels Dave Daniels ... Flex's Cornerman
D.B. Dickerson ... Bar Goer
Jacquie Floyd ... O.R. Nurse #1
Randall Godwin Randall Godwin ... Sonny
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Storyline

A modern retelling of the norse mythology. Fr. Mike (Wes Studi) has hidden a piece of Thor's hammer from Lok-eye, a viking warlock. Lok-eye kidnaps three children every spring and forces their mothers to find his prize. The only one immune to the Warlock's powers is Eric Thornton, called The Ugly One since he was a child. Eric only wants to win The Steel Gloves, an all out fight contest with a prize trip away from the madness. Fr.Mike must convince Eric to defeat the Warlock and save the very people who have treated him so cruelly his whole life. Written by J.T.Pruitt

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The power of THOR locked in his head


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The advanced screening raised $5,000 for the Police Officer Shawn Bandy memorial which supplies bullet proof vests and other equipment to police officers with departments in need of assistance. See more »

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1 June 2005 | by djwanSee all my reviews

Patrick Moug's The Ugly One was a unique and fresh take on a much-used genre. Horror movies can be a dime-a-dozen, but this one combined a creepy vibe as well as an intelligent storyline. The movie had great production values and used varied and interesting locations, creating an atmosphere of a much bigger budget movie. I was impressed by the use of so many outdoor settings without the washed out look that normally comes with these kinds of shots. The night shots must have been very difficult to get as well. The use of digital film enhanced the professional feel of this movie. The plot was surprising and well thought out. The score was professional and well suited to the plot purposes.

I'm looking forward to seeing what comes next from this talented filmmaker.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 September 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Detroit, Michigan, USA See more »

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Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)
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Buoy 22 Films See more »
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1.85 : 1
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