A former FBI profiler, now a sheriff of a small town and a single parent of a high school aged daughter, begins to profile a series of unexplained murders only to learn that the monster he's profiling may be himself.

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Michael Emanuel
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dean Cain ... Harry Bailey
Lacy Phillips Lacy Phillips ... Pearl
Stephen Ford ... Todd (as Stephen Lunsford)
Christopher Darga ... Zeus
Nikki Moore ... Kay (as Nicole Moore)
Maximillian Roeg ... Wahoo
Ellie Gerber ... Buckly
Saginaw Grant ... Stanley Hipp
Conrad Janis ... Doc Gramm
Donna W. Scott ... Ruthie (as Donna Scott)
Damara Reilly ... Marcy
Cord Jackman Cord Jackman ... Carter
Patrick Shining Elk ... Bernard
John Brady John Brady ... Martin
Tanner Novlan ... Roger Raintree
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A former FBI profiler, now a sheriff of a small town and a single parent of a high school aged daughter, begins to profile a series of unexplained murders only to learn that the monster he's profiling may be himself.

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The Beast Will Feast See more »

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Horror

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Rated R for bloody violence, strong sexuality/nudity, language and some teen drug and alcohol use | See all certifications »

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Decent but unspectacular
20 August 2012 | by kannibalcorpsegrinderSee all my reviews

A troubled policeman and his teenage daughter find that the rash of mysterious deaths in the small town they live to move on from a personal tragedy is caused by a marauding Indian spirit and race to stop it before it consumes more in the town.

A lot better than what it sounds like, though there's still some big flaws in here, mainly in the quick-cut editing that keeps the action really hard to make out and a lot of problems with the story, like keeping the father/daughter interactions more rooted in a Lifetime drama and basically shoe-horning the monster into the finale for a brief, barely-worthwhile encounter as well as keeping them off-screen and really mysterious as far as their behavior and motivations are concerned, but it's all made up for with a fantastic creature when we see it, tons of gore and lots of nudity, as well as a really worthwhile tactic of keeping their appearances limited to emerging from fog-shrouded tree-lines, so it's attacks have some atmosphere to work with. Far, far better than it should be, but still with some flaws.

Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language, Nudity, sex scenes and drug use


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 November 2009 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Menschenfresser See more »

Filming Locations:

Glendale, California, USA See more »

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Canal Street Films See more »
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1.85 : 1
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