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Bering Sea Beast (2013)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Comedy | TV Movie 9 November 2013
The brother and sister in this movie are twins, they have a special thing going on.

Director:

Don E. FauntLeRoy

Writer:

Brook Durham
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Gralen Bryant Banks ... Auctioneer (as Gralen Banks)
Brandon Beemer ... Owen Powers
George Brooks George Brooks ... Dredge Captain
Kevin Dobson ... Glenn Hunter
Jaqueline Fleming ... Megan Arthur
Regis Harrington ... Joe's Stunt Double
Henry Jolly III Henry Jolly III ... Bear Sized Man
Isaiah LaBorde ... Frank
Jonathan Lipnicki ... Joe
Michael Papajohn ... Jonas
Dane Rhodes ... Jeb
Cassandra Scerbo ... Donna Hunter (as Cassie Scerbo)
Tim J. Smith ... Frik
Eric Stratemeier ... Thug #1 (as Eric Stratemier)
Matt Thompson Matt Thompson ... Thug #3
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Dive into the depths of unspeakable terror as Sharknado's Cassie Scerbo comes face to fin with a swarm of bloodsucking sea monsters in this suspense-drenched chiller co-starring Jonathan Lipnicki (Jerry Maguire), Brandon Beemer (TV's "The Bold and the Beautiful") and Kevin Dobson (TV's "Knots Landing"). While dredging for gold beneath the Bering Sea, siblings Donna (Scerbo) and Joe (Lipnicki) are confronted by a horde of horrific sea vampires. When their father (Dobson) falls victim to the insatiable creatures, Donna and Joe join forces with a dedicated marine biologist (Jacqueline Fleming, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) and a loyal deckhand (Beemer) to kill or be killed by the beasts. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 November 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Beast of the Bering Sea See more »

Filming Locations:

Slidell, Louisiana, USA

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The first diving scene early in the movie is set well out to sea but the reflection of a dock and wharfs are clearly visible on the water's surface. See more »

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Terrible
6 December 2014 | by jamesmcgeorgeSee all my reviews

This is one of the worst, made for TV movies ever. It has a truly terrible plot, acting, effects, logic, the lot. But they do kill the Bad guys with Grow Lights and so for that reason alone its worth a giggle. Go to the final 3rd of the film to save wasting your life. But only if you are a pot head. Astonishingly bored. Have lost the will to live. Have no life. Have no friends. And have nothing else in your life other than breath and eyes. Which you may well want to pluck out using rusty vinegar dipped spoons after watching this. You have been warned. so if you do watch this think very very carefully, can I really afford to throw away precious hours that I will truly regret losing immediately I start watching this drivel? Because the only way this could even become a cult film is for its terribleness, if people watch it out of sheer bloody mindedness to want to watch their own lives sap away before their own desperate eyes. Do yourself a favour and pick another film even that film you really can't stand it would be better than a moment wasted watching this dire pile of dung. Just don't do it.


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