Missy Peregrym auditioned for a role, but the producers went in a different direction. Coincidently, or not... she went and made a similar themed bear film with her television show friends called Backcountry (2014), that has many of the same scenes from the original screenplay "Red Machine". See more »
Just after a few minutes, when you have the two characters beginning to fight outside the bar, in front of the young woman, a police car and an ambulance arrive at the very same moment. See more »
Despite the presence of talented actors Billy Bob Thornton and Scott Glenn, this hunted by a bear in the woods scenario, is so familiar there is little here of interest. If you have seen "The Edge" then you will know you are on well trodden territory, only difference being that "The Edge" is a great film, while "Into the Grizzly Maze" is not. Billy Bob Thornton easily has the best line in the movie " Makes no difference to a hungry bear if it's a logger or a "tree hugger", they all taste the same." The writing is weak, the editing poor, and all of the characters underdeveloped. Not recommended and "bearly" watchable. - MERK
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