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
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I recently attended the Canton, MI preview of The Ugly One.It was Visually stunning. Literally, a heavy metal folklore. The movie pulsates from beginning to end. Writer/Director Patrick Moug creates a world of fantasy and horror set in a small town and steel factory. Utlimately,this movie takes the viewer through a series of journey's. The journey of re-living and moving through the past. The journey of truth and redemption. And the journey of acceptance.
I was impressed with the casting of many local Michigan Actors. The talent was superb. It was well cast and well directed. The film moved quickly from one event to another, leaving the audience waiting for the next revelation.
The Ugly One was a definite piece of beautiful cinematography.
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