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Grizzly Rage: Maneater Series

2.5 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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Grizzly Rage is the sixth title in the "Maneater Series" and unveils the biggest beast of them all. When four high school buddies take a road trip to celebrate their graduation, vacation turns deadly when they accidentally hit a bear cub and suffer the wrath of the avenging mother Grizzly. What unfolds is a long dark night of stark raging fear as they face off against the wilds of nature. One swipe of the great slashing paw and you are shredded to pieces. With no cell phones, no weapons, no light and only tension mounting, all the students have are their wits, a prayer and each other. Directed by horror master David DeCoteau (The Brotherhood) and including fierce shocks and slashing surprises, Grizzly Rage is a lean and uncompromising fear match between man and nature.

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  • Actors: Brody Harms (Adam & Evil), Tyler Hoechlin (Road to Perdition), Graham Kosakoski (Brotherhood IV)
  • Directors: David DeCoteau
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Genius Products (TVN)
  • DVD Release Date: May 6, 2008
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0013D8L86
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,743 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Grizzly Rage: Maneater Series" on IMDb

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After watching too many Syfy channel movies in a row (my Xbox is inaccessible these days), I've come to a startling conclusion. When a group of teens get in a vehicle and the idiot boyfriend tells the clueless girlfriend that she is not allowed in the passenger seat next to him, we - the actors, the characters, and the viewers - are all doomed.

I get why the writers do this - they have a limited amount of time to get the characters into a vehicle so they can promptly start dying at their monster-infested destination, and there are only so many ways you can show a frat boy being a real jerk to his girlfriend.

One way to do this is by kicking her out of the front seat. I repeat: ONE WAY. There are other ways. But shlock horror filmmakers apparently don't know any other way because this exact sequence happened in Lockjaw: Rise of the Kulev Serpent. And yet Lockjaw was better than this movie.

Instead of clipping some guy's wife with a SUV like in Lockjaw, the collected idiots in Grizzly Rage run over a bear cub. This happens because they 1) decide to take an out-of-the-way path, 2) are driving like idiots while hooting and hollering, and 3) aren't paying attention to the road. Said idiots then dither uselessly trying to figure out what to do about the bear cub, knowing that mama grizzly is surely on her way for revenge. Thus the title.

There are no special effects to speak of in this film. There's no CGI, because there's nothing to animate. It's just spliced bear footage, a guy in a bear suit, actors screaming at things off camera, and unbelievably boring sequences in which the four cast members climb, walk, jog, run, and otherwise waste 80 minutes of your life you will never get back.
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Four annoying teens on a road trip decide to stray from their original route to go goofballing in their truck and make a....ahem....grizzly discovery. Splattering a cub with their truck starts a reign of terror as the mother grizzly goes on a rampage for revenge. Naturally the truck's broken down and the cell phones don't get reception(Isn't it great that cell phones have that weakness out in the middle of nowhere? What the hell would horror film directors do otherwise?), so it's a fight to survive out in the boonies with an angry grizzly on the prowl.
This "Maneater" series from the Sci-Fi channel isn't scoring high points with me. Grizzly Rage was rather boring. I don't mind four cast members stranded and wandering around with no action for minutes on end, but there has to be some kind of hook for a movie like this to work. Piles and piles of gore would have helped. Instead the bear tends to just throw people in the air. Since a real bear was used(thank God), there are no scenes of it actually attacking people. You see quick cuts of the bear roaring and a comic book like dash of animated blood that streaks across the screen. That would be fine if it wasn't the only trick in the director's bag.
Hell, I'm not gonna write a novel about this movie. Watch it at your own risk if you think you can....cough...cough...bear it.
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By ~Rae~ on July 12, 2009
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I cried when I watched this, no really, I was laughing so hard that tears were streaming out of my eyes. This movie posed a great opportunity for my dad and I to have a nice late night father-daughter night. Dad and I bonded extremely well as we mocked the actors skills, or lack there of rather, and the lousy "special" effects. By the time the film ended and we realized no one was going to live, I was in hysterics and my dad was disgusted that we spent 80 minutes watching this messed up film.
True, the plot might have gone somewhere had they hired actors based on (Le gasp) acting instead of their looks, Four kids, teens rather, kill a baby bear on a trip and ~BAM~ momma bear is out for revenge. I honestly wouldn't waste my money buying this, but that isn't to say it isn't worth watching for laughs. It might be a fun film to rent so you can mock it with friends. Anywho, if you buy, enjoy, if not, hope I was of help.
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2007's "Grizzly Rage" would have worked as a one-hour TV show (with commercials), but not as it is, an 86-minute film.

This is a `confined-location' creature-on-the-loose film in the manner of "Prey" and "Black Water," both also released in 2007. Like those films "Grizzly Rage" takes the material seriously with zero self-parodying, which is a good thing as far as I'm concerned. The main problem with all three films is their thin plots. A group of people are harassed and hunted by a fearsome animal (a bear, lion and croc respectively) in a confined location. Some might survive, some won't. Both "Prey" and "Black Water" are able to (barely) get over this weakness with pretty good results, but "Grizzly Rage" fails.

There's just too much time devoted to what is essentially a 45-minute story, which means there's about 35-40 minutes of padding where we watch people climb cliffs, walk in the forest, stroll in their SUV, have meaningless conversations, etc. Needless to say, these scenes are mind-numbingly boring.

Another problem is an overlong and unbelievable sequence where the survivors coast in their broke-down SUV when, up to that point, there was no evidence of hilly terrain to coast down - it's all relatively flat (!). This reflects unimaginative, pad-the-runtime writing.
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