Fear Itself (2008– )
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Skin and Bones 

Rancher Grady Edlund returns home to his family after being lost in the forest for a number of days. He is possessed by a Wendigo.



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Episode cast overview:
... Grady Edlund
... Elena Edlund
... Rowdy Edlund
... Eddie Bear
... Derek Edlund
... Tim Edlund


Elena Edlund, her sons Derek and Tim and her brother-in-law and lover Rowdy Edlund are worried about the fate of the rancher Grady Edlund, who has disappeared in the mountains for several days. Out of the blue, Grady returns skinny and starved. The Indian Eddie Bear tells the story of the flesh-eater Wendigo and soon the family learns that Grady was possessed by the demon. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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31 July 2008 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Rowdy Edlund: You expect me to believe that my brother, who almost died, has the strength even to get out of bed? Killed a horse in the middle of the night with his own bare hands?
Eddie Bear: Horse ain't the only thing he killed. He's a whole lot stronger than you think.
[sits down at table]
Eddie Bear: Ever hear of the Wendigo?
Rowdy Edlund: [sits down with Eddie] Sounds familiar.
Eddie Bear: Spirit of the Lonely Places. A hateful thing that lives in the cold winds of the high mountains. Gets inside people when they're weak-starving.
Rowdy Edlund: The hell are you ...
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creepy face
28 May 2010 | by See all my reviews

The director from Cabin Fever 2 en I sell The Dead amongst other movies brings us at last an episode that could concur with Masters of Horror. It contains everything, from suspense to excellent effects. Again, but by now we know it that gore and blood is left out of Fear Itself but still, there is blood in it, the killings are off camera but it is the face of the killer that makes the episode. A bit like The Man Who Laughs with Lon Chaney from 1926. Same face, for me...Anyway, it's better than Cabin fever 2 although the lack of gore. But the creepy face will get you, especially when he lays in bed. Also the ending has a real ending and not the ending like other episodes. A great performance by Doug Jones, the man we know from Pan's Labyrinth and of course Hellboy. This is a keeper from the series, at last one to remember.

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