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  • Actors: Patrick Bergin, Lysette Anthony, Brian Wimmer, Lysa Apostle, Vernon Wells
  • Directors: Chuck Comisky
  • Writers: Chuck Comisky, Justin Stanley, Shane Bitterling
  • Producers: Craig Summers, Forrest Sloan Wright, Fred T. Kuehnert, Jeffrey Shuken
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Dimension
  • DVD Release Date: June 18, 2002
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000640VX
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #359,841 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Beneath Loch Ness" on IMDb

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In this edge-of-your-seat thriller, some of the world's top scientific researchers learn why no one has lived to solve the age-old mystery of what lies BENEATH LOCH NESS! When a renowned paleontologist is killed while attempting to prove his theories about Loch Ness, it's up to his protege, Case Howell, to lead a second expedition into the murky depths of the Loch! There, trapped amid a series of uncharted labyrinths, Case makes a deadly discovery -- a terrifying giant creature thought extinct for millions of year! Directed by the special effects master behind RUSH HOUR, DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, BLADE, and MORTAL KOMBAT: ANNIHILATION -- get ready for a pulse-pounding adventure as Case is forced to use every high-tech weapon at his disposal to make it back to the surface alive!

Customer Reviews

It doesn't really elicit any actual emotion in the viewer.
María Camp
Sometimes I don't understand why some movies have bad ratings, but this one....WOW.
John McAdam
Terrible acting, awful script, pathetic CGI (was it even cgi or Crayolas?)
Trish Reynolds

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Koppel on October 3, 2003
Format: DVD
As you can guess from the title, this is a sea monster movie. But this one doesn't seem to know what direction to take. It is almost like there were several script treatments that were jumbled together in the end.
The Explorer Channel has funded a study of Loch Ness but the scientist in charge disappears during an earthquake. A new scientist is brought in to finish the story.
The scientist is portrayed both as an incompetent figurehead as well as a knowledgeable researcher.
The assistant bounces back and forth from complaining about the scientist's boorishness and being even more boorish.
The local constable claims that anyone who has seen the monster is a total nut job (even after he has a monster in custody).
In the end we wonder if they will run the story or not, and we really don't care.
There are plenty of nagging details such as just how many hours can the diving gear be operated, sudden changes in day/night, and places where it seems someone edited out some critical scenes.
The underlying concept is one that could have made a great film (I can't tell you without spoiling it) but the odd acting, lousy script, characters with no substance or history, and some very outdated CGI (looks like early computer game graphics) all combine to into one big dud.
If you want a better film about Loch Ness, check out the Ted Danson version (Loch Ness).
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 6, 2002
Format: DVD
I would be hard pressed to find a movie that made so many bad decisions during the course of its running time. Trying to pass off the sunshine and brown mountains of California for the Scottish Highlands was a biggie. The weird antagonism and indifference of the "Scots" regarding Nessie was just goofy: these people owe their livelyhood to the tourists looking for a creature in the lake. And the sight of poor Patrick Bergin showing up with a Braveheart-painted face and a harpoon to battle the monster almost knocked the movie into parody.
Unbelievably bad in almost every way. Will go down as the first horror film in which the monster was overheard saying, "Who do I have to have sex with to get off this picture?"
Was it a mistake to pay attention? I've been waiting for years for a good Loch Ness movie. I'm still waiting.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 20, 2002
Format: DVD
Up until now I thought that the made for TV movie with Ted Danson was the worst anybody could do regarding the Loch Ness Monster. This mirky mess takes its place easily, hands down! First place! All the actors are awful, the dialog is beyond laugable and just sad, and the creature...oh that legendary creature! I have seen more realistic looking monsters in video games! It is not even CGI quality. (which has become very overused and overrated lately in cinema) There is nothing wet about the underwater scenes either. The so-called scots in the film are not in the least bit Scottish I am sure. Patrick Bergin is Irish, but even he is unconvicing. One of the greatest mysteries in our world is no longer the Loch Ness monster, instead it is how on earth did this get onto a DVD??
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Wong on June 13, 2003
Format: DVD
What's beneath Loch Ness? Bad computer effects, a Scottish policeman who cannot keep his accent consistent (he pronounces the same character's name "Blair" in some scenes, and "Bly" in others), Scottish landscape that looks too much like North America (but the movie audience is supposed to know it's in Scotland because of the Scottish flags hanging everywhere), and actors and actresses that violate every rule of good acting. This is one of those movies that probably got made because someone has the brilliant idea of combining Jaws (a resort town in denial of the terror beneath the water so it can keep the tourist trade going), Brave Heart (Patrick Bergin's character emerges in Mel Gibson's Celtic war paints), and Moby Dick (one person pursues the Loch Ness monster for revenge) into a single plot.
Watch this if you are a film student, and wants to know what NOT to do when directing; otherwise, leave this Loch Ness monster alone, way, way beneath the sea--because that's where it belongs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 20, 2004
Format: DVD
Director Chuck Comisky might have been good with the visual effects mentioned in the Amazon review, but his talents as a director are minimal to say the least. BENEATH LOCH NESS is one of the slowest moving "thrillers" to come along in quite some time and there's just not enough dealings with the monster. Who cares that Brian Wimmer and Lysette Anthony were once married; they're both still pretty obnoxious and self-centered. And why the cliche of the crusty old seaman (this time the ubiquitous but not necessarily talented Patrick Bergin)? The subplots with the fishermen and the web site Nessies is also underdeveloped and nothing really happens on screen with them. Vernon Wells as the constable is so wooden, it's a wonder he didn't have wood lice. The Scottish scenery, however, is gorgeous and that's why a three and not any lower.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "ragebird19" on June 24, 2002
Format: DVD
ummm noooo!!! thought dimension films put out good movies but what happened here?? the acting wasn't bad, not my complaint. some divers go underwater at loch ness and as their underwater an earthquake occurs and a fault opens up which releases good ole nessy. then it gets terrible. creature is not only fake looking and terribly put together but they don't even show nessy killing anybody, people just turn up dead? simply terrible, surprised it wasn't rated PG. even the snake movie King Cobra puts this creature film to shame which is really a shame. better look else where for a good creature film. BOA even beats this out. to bad, was looking forward to a good loch ness movie, but this failed very badly!!!!
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