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Mostly filmed around Crescent City, California, during the February each of two sequential years. That time frame and location were selected for the expected drizzle and overcast weather conditions. However, filming commenced near the start of a multi-year California drought and the production had to work around weeks of blue skies by using fog machines and hanging large drapes to block out the sun. It did finally rain a little the first year-- the last day of filming. See more »
Yes, it's not going to be an Academy award winner but it's fun to watch. Reminds me of the 1990s creature feature films. The killing scenes are pretty cool too. Little to none CGI meaning practical effects are great. Just grab a popcorn, sit back and enjoy the mindless gore.
We need a sequel: Oh Mah vs. Predator
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