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Eye of the Beast is a rousing thriller rising out of the depths to put the squeeze on you. For centuries, tales of its existence have inspired fear and fascination. It is one of the largest creatures on the ocean floor. A massive, tentacled invertebrate that tends to feed on smaller creatures. Government scientist Dan Leland is sent to investigate a reported story of a giant squid that appears to be devouring everything within sight-and scent. What he uncovers is something that no one could have imagined a one-ton, tentacled terror with its eye on a new feast...man.
well it does have a beast --i had hoped it was the one story that had 2 killer whales in the story which made it more enjoyable maby an update could make it betterPublished 21 months ago by Matthew T. Owens
I love good B movies. This one is worth the watch if you enjoy beastie movies. It also has a pretty good cast.Published 23 months ago by Leona C. Morrison
A young girl sees her father killed by a tentacled beast, but no one believed her. Now a woman, people are still getting killed in the ocean but are crediting the deaths to... Read morePublished on April 2, 2013 by D. Duggan
Once Again I Like All The Maneater Series Movies So It Was Great To Me But Thats Just My Opion. Hey Try Them Out Maybe You Like Them Maybe You Don'tPublished on March 10, 2013 by stoneyloc
i love james van der beek so this was a winner for me. also one of the better maneater movies i have seen.Published on February 15, 2013 by Harmony Lenz
It was okay I like this kind of show and I have bought several DVD's in this genre. I don't know if I will watch it again soon.Published on November 24, 2012 by Jerrye
As mid October rolls around, brisk winds sweep through the crisp autumn air, jack o'lanterns decorate steps and porches, the scent of wood smoke radiates from wood stoves, and the... Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Gabe
this is great it has gore,
the most important thing
a good ending so no more
bad reviews ok.
Having loved the camp quality of Mega-Shark vs. Giant Octopus, I jumped back into the water of cheesy sea monster movies with this entry, expecting to laugh at bad CGI and wooden... Read morePublished on February 27, 2011 by Matt Conner