Legend of the Bog
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Mr. Hunter (Vinnie Jones) is on the hunt for a man-creature who speaks like Eegah (1962). Hunter gets him, but their are more. Another man-creature bites his leg, but he cuts his hand off. He gives it back to the man-creature in the bog.
These 2000-year old bodies are usually found in the bogs of Ireland and Denmark.
Two construction men (Michael Collins, Paul Valentine) tell Miss Leary (Shelly Goldstein) that being bog land, the ground is too soft to build her houses on. They just found another mummified bog person. She doesn't care. She wants her land of real estate finished.
Two women, Hannah (Amy Huberman) and Mallory (Olga Wehrly) are lost in the bog land and comes across an isolated house.
Back at the construction site, the bog body begins to rejuvenate and new skin is formed as the body becomes alive. Now a muscular man-creature, (Adam Fogerty), but on the prey to kill. He needs fresh water.
Miss Leary and Deano (Gavin Kelty), the taxi driver get stuck in the bog land and also come across the isolated house.
Saiorse (Nora-Jane Noone) is a curator and David Wallace (Jason Barry) is an archealogist surveying the bog land and trying to find the lost kingdoms. as they are driving, the car hits a cow. Wondering around lost (you guessed it!) they also find the isolated house with the others.
It's too late for any of them to start walking at this time of day, so they decide to stay the night.
Really, thought this movie was silly, however, the film being from Ireland and I am an American who is Scotch-Irish by ancestry, I found the movie intriguing. The Irish have their legends too.Read more ›
The hunter saying, I tried to protect this guy, then at the next frame you see the flashback of him shooting the guy, HAHA HAHA!! FUNNY film. Oh my, what a funny show. You have to make fun of it. It's the only way to enjoy it. Many more funny moments.
Well worth the one dollar rental at Red Box.
I will say that the people in this movie tended to be have more character than in normal one star productions. The rude American was funny at times, calling the cab driver, "McDuff, Gilligan and Darby O' Gill."
There seems to be a lot of cows on the road in Ireland. More comedy than horror.
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Fate must want to play some mean trick on me, as I have watched one movie that was horrible that had Vinnie Jones in it, and then unknowingly here he is again in the next in a... Read morePublished on December 12, 2013 by Micheal Hunt
I would definitely recommend it to a friend in the future! I really enjoyed watching this movie, even though it was a little slow.Published on December 9, 2012 by fenambo
This low budget movie has plenty of beautiful scenery, but has a truly dopey villain in the supposed bog man who comes back to life for no apparent reason and starts killing... Read morePublished on July 5, 2011 by M. Price
This is one of the worst movies I have seen in a long time . Stay away from this low budget crap . It is no worth 1 star . Waste of money and time .Published on November 3, 2009 by Anthony