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  • Actors: Cerina Vincent, Dominic Zamprogna, Greg Kean, Eric Schweig, Matt Jordon
  • Directors: Steven R. Monroe
  • Writers: Richard Christian Matheson, Stephen J. Cannell, Thomas E. Szollosi
  • Producers: Daisy Marco, John W. Hyde, Michael Dubelko, Morris Berger
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: May 23, 2006
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CEXF5G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #226,052 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "It Waits" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Commentary by director Steven R. Monroe and star Cerina Vincent
  • "Blood On The Pines" featurette
  • Trailer

Editorial Reviews

It hungers for human carnage...and it will wait no longer. It is a vengeful beast of Native American legend, sealed deep within a cave for over one thousand years. Nearby in a remote forest outpost, troubled young ranger Danielle St. Clair (Cerina Vincent) is struggling to confront dark demons of her own. But when the creature is accidentally released from its secret tomb, Danny's inner conflicts meet a flesh-and-blood nightmare: A monster that hunts without equal, slaughters without mercy and savors the taste of human torment. Now its wait is over. And tonight, one woman must face - and destroy - its flesh-ripping fury ... alone!

Customer Reviews

The special effects weren't bad either.
Simon Mall
I actually couldn't continue watching to the end, i really couldn't and stopped after about an hour, but im guessing the ending wouldn't add much to this mess..
M Bardi
Some monster chases some girl around in the woods.
Bud Bundy

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 4, 2006
Format: DVD
It Waits is one of those modern day, low budget horror snooze fests that we've been getting a lot of lately, and it's abysmal from start to finish. Cerina Vincent (from Cabin Fever, whose large "attractions" are the only thing that'll keep your eyes on the screen) stars as an alcoholic forest ranger (yes, you read that right) who gets stalked by a murderous, blood thirsty creature (because there are no other kinds) from Native American mythology that makes short work of her boyfriend and a few hikers. Normally, under the right circumstances, I try to be understanding of a low budget horror flick of this type, but everything about it so bad from the wooden acting, creaky attempt at giving Vincent a weak backstory, and the poppy soft-rock is about as welcome here as a claw in the guts. The gore and makeup are halfway decent, but that's it. Beyond bad, avoid.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Bud Bundy VINE VOICE on July 17, 2006
Format: DVD
Some monster chases some girl around in the woods. The scenery is gorgeous and the setting excellent; one of those ranger towers way up above the forest canopy. Unfortunately, all the other reviewers are dead on when they say this thing is a Lifetime movie of the week. The main character spends the first half of the movie wallowing in a pool of self pity over causing the accidental death of her friend in a drunk driving accident. We get numerous flashbacks. All this crap has absolutely nothing to do with the plot of the movie, it's just filler and tedius dreck filler at that. The theme music absolutely sucks - it would be more appropriate for a movie about a heroine addict slowly spiraling into oblivion.

The movie gets better in the last half, but by then it's way too late. The dialogue has a real TV show quality about it as well, witless and not at all realistic. I give it two stars for the setting and the hot babe, but it's a complete failure as a horror movie. These people have no clue what they're doing in this genre.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By P. Mann VINE VOICE on April 4, 2007
Format: DVD
"It Waits" begins with a group exploring a cave and unleashing the titular "It," which promptly kills them all (off screen). Fast forward a bit, and we meet Forest Ranger Danielle St. Claire (Cerina Vincent), who is the sole tenant of a Ranger station deep in the forest. Having survived a car accident that killed her friend, Danielle is trying to find solace in the bottle to assuage the guilt that she feels because she was the one driving. Her boyfriend arrives, and Danielle confesses her role in the accident to him. Before the night is over, though, the tower is attacked by an unseen creature that destroys the sole transportation from the tower, a Jeep, and sabotages the communications. Before long, the creature kills two campers and turns its attention to Danielle and her boyfriend.

This film is hard to assess. On the negative side, it is entirely predictable, so much so that I felt as if I had the script in hand and were reading ten pages ahead. The disparate aspects of the plot (i.e., Danielle's grief and the creature's murderous spree) do not mesh well or indeed much at all. There is also an attempt to link the creature to a vague, apparently Native American, mythology, but this attempt falls flat--very flat, in fact. Danielle comes upon someone who seems to know about the creature, lectures her, and provides her with something to read so that she can defeat the thing. As it happens, though, these elements play almost no role in the film's resolution, and they seem pointless as a result.

On the other hand, there are a great number of things that work well in "It Waits." Foremost among the positives is Cerina Vincent, who must carry a large part of the film since she is the only human on screen for long periods of time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Friday on September 16, 2012
Format: DVD
Predictable horror stuff: some college students accidentally let loose an ancient monster. It kills them off-screen. Then it begins to rampage through the British Columbia wilderness. It eventually targets our buxom heroine, Cerina Vincent, ace forest ranger because she's really depressed or...something something.

Things I have to say about this flick:

1. Cerina Vincent constantly wears skimpy outfits, revealing her large bust. While other characters will completely zip up, Vincent will be unzipped, exposing the curves of her boobs in a tight, white tanktop. Obviously by exposing her boobs in tight shirts, the director wants to arouse male audiences. But where's the nudity? There's a sex scene, but still she doesn't get naked. The director lost points with me for that letdown.

2. Vincent isn't a convincing forest ranger. Her makeup, hair, and skin is always perfect. Is there a beauty salon in that forest?

3. The deaths are predictable. In many horror movies, there's that cliched stock character who acts like a jerk to everyone with little or no provocation. Is anyone surprised when he's killed? There's a character that knows a horrible creature is killing people. So what does he decide to do? He decides to leave the protection of the ranger's tower...at night...without a firearm. I hope no one is reading this review wondering, "Does he live?" What do you think?

4. There are there weird MTV, Dawson's Creek, Party of 5 type music montages. Vincent will sometimes be sitting around moping, staring into the distance. Then there will be this Lilith Fair, Sarah McLachlan type music playing. Why is this in a horror movie?
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