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Behemoth (2011)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Comedy | TV Movie 15 January 2011
Scientists discover a giant creature under the Earth that is wrapped around the entire planet. When the creature wakes all grumpy, it causes worldwide destruction.


W.D. Hogan




Cast overview:
Ed Quinn ... Thomas Walsh
Pascale Hutton ... Emily Allington
Cindy Busby ... Grace Walsh
Jessica Parker Kennedy ... Zoe
Ty Olsson ... Jack Murray
William B. Davis ... William Walsh
Garry Chalk ... Sheriff Matt Allington
James Kirk ... Jerrod Dietrich
Shaw Madson ... Agent McKewan
Marsha Regis ... Agent O'Neil
Michael Adamthwaite ... Joe
Nicolas Ouellette ... Mansey (as Nick Ouellette)
John Hainsworth John Hainsworth ... Bill Alexander


In the small Ascension, the constructor Thomas Walsh is working with his team at the Mount Lincoln. Out of the blue, there are tremors and the branch of the tree fall over Thomas' employee and breaks his leg. He brings his truck and finds the man dead. He brings the man to the town and finds that his sister Grace Walsh plans to camp at the mountain with her sweetheart Jerrod Dietrich while their lunatic father William Walsh defends the theory that an ancient being is near to be released on Earth and destruct the planet. Meanwhile, the geologist Emily Allington returns to her hometown Ascension to investigate the tremors. The army representative Jack Murray also comes to Ascension to search a mysterious wallet that was lost on the mountain. Soon the dwellers of Ascension discover the secret of the tremors. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A Mountain... A Monster... A Massacre.


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During the violent tremors the cast generally stagger about or fall over; however, in one such scene a person in the background can be seen strolling unhindered across the road, making it clear it's the camera, not the ground, which is shaking. See more »

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How can you not love this stuff?
16 January 2011 | by NYCinemaloverSee all my reviews

I don't get the negative reviews, I thought it was fun. I mean, it's about a monster living in a mountain, what are you expecting?!?! It had better characters than "2012" and better story and effects than a ton of the Syfy movies. It says on this page the budget was $1.3 million whereas Avatar's budget was over $300 million! How much can you do for that little? Would've loved to see more of the behemoth at the end, reviewer was right about that. A lot of build up to very little screen time. Would love to have seen it break free and crush the town! Cast was good with what they had to work with. I got a kick out of it. The monster was awesome (when it finally showed up)!

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Release Date:

15 January 2011 (USA) See more »

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$1,300,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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