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  • Actors: Jewel Staite, Susie Abromeit
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005FUTBSC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #163,636 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Katharine (Jewel Staite) and her friends cover up a catastrophic drowning during their senior year of high school. Now, 10 years later, they learn that a creature known as MOTHMAN has come to seek vengeance on them!

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First and foremost, this is a monster movie.
Garret
College pals accidentally kill a younger brother and do not want to go to jail, so they make it look like he hit his head and drowned.
Viva
The only decent thing I can say about the movie is that it's not entirely unwatchable.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kcott44 on February 5, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I originally watched Mothman when it premiered on the SyFy Channel, I then last year bought the film on Amazon for about $4 and it wasn't a bad purchase. The movie is about friends, when they were younger were messing around with a younger kid and they accidentally killed him. Then I think it was ten years later, The Mothman creature is out to get revenge for the kid who died. A easily watchable low budget horror film with decent CGI for a SyFy flick and also decent acting for a SyFy film. I overall thought the film was decent but I am also one of the only ones who doesn't mind SyFy Original Movies and I actually own a good amount of SyFy films. Overall, A simple plot, decent acting, decent CGI, and also watchable.

I would only say check it out if you like low budget horror films as myself.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kat on January 29, 2012
Format: DVD
The budget couldn't have been THAT bad. But the brutal CGI and bad acting sure didn't help the semi-cruddy writing & plot.

Given that this seems to be a SyFy original movie its not as bad as some of the other crap I've seen by them. But had I known it was theirs I honestly wouldn't have bothered renting it. Their movies are a joke. But, if you like their stuff, have at it. I've seen a LOT worse in general, thus the reason this gets 2 stars instead of 1.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on August 12, 2012
Format: DVD
Horror fans gotta love the SyFy channel...what major studio would claim movies like MOTHMAN? This time the Mothman legend becomes a tale of retribution and justice on a group of friends who are targeted for a crime they covered up 10 years earlier and meet horrible deaths at Mothman's claws.
It's all mindlessly hokey fun with the expected cheesy monster effects and pedestrian acting.
Recommended mainly to those of us addicted to the SyFy Channel!!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Garret on October 30, 2011
Format: DVD
First and foremost, this is a monster movie. This is nothing like the subtle and only briefly creepy flop, The Mothman Prophecies, but more like Friday the 13th. I won't knock it for that, but if you're here deciding if you should watch it, keep that fact in mind. Maybe you already knew this. I did not, and so I am making a point of it.

The movie is about a bunch of dumb teenagers, played by people who do not look like teenagers, that accidentally kill a boy and cover it up. 10 years later, the heroine journalist (Jewel Staite) returns to do write an article that she spends almost no time writing. Instead, she triggers the wrath of a vengeful native American spirit (are there any others in Hollywood?) that ends up killing 60% of the named characters. Then there's a stupid twist at the end. If you watch horror movies, there will be nothing new here. In fact, I could just copy and paste any review from just about any other bad horror movie and the same points would apply. Cardboard characters, a story strung together from old cliches, generally spotty acting, poorly paced, yadda yadda yadda. Despite being a horror movie, it's not at all scary. It doesn't make you nervous to be in the dark. It doesn't make you look over your shoulder every few minutes. It doesn't make you hear whispers in silence. It's not even very fun, it's just boring, eye-rolling crap.

It's worth my time to congratulate the cast and crew who were on the set filming. While most of the acting wasn't what I would call 'good', it was much better than it could have been - nobody just flatly read their lines, for instance. The same goes for the camera work, the special effects and the audio.
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This film has earned a place of dishonor in the top 10 worst movies I have ever seen. I read a Mothman story when I was a kid and so was interested in the lore. This movie was set in the town where the original sightings were said to occur, but that's about where the similarity ended. The acting was abysmal, the production values were bottom shelf, the settings were bland and did nothing to enhance the atmosphere, and the story (what there was of it) was beyond stupid. The initial setup was so ridiculous I could never get past it; that scenario essentially ruined the credibility of everything that followed.

Instead of taking the subtle, creepy approach like the excellent "Mothman Prophecies" did, this movie featured a monster that was a cross between the mask in Scary Movie and the Mummy, when he opens his mouth to emit flies. Fake, not even accidentally scary, and surrounded by lore that was as clichéd and insulting as the rest of the film (and barely based on the eyewitness accounts of the alleged sightings, if at all).

I came in wanting to like it at least a little, but the majority of reviews were correct. If you take a chance on this insult to the art of acting and filmmaking, this is 90 minutes you won't get back.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By samuel clemens on October 30, 2011
Format: DVD
And that is saying something. I grew up a fan of MST3K and have actually sat through a couple of Ed Wood productions.

We only made it through the first 23 minutes of the film, but please believe me, it was MORE than enough for a heaping helping of derision.

I actually reserved this on Redbox because it kept being rented and I enjoyed The Mothman Prophecies so much I really hoped they would have a good sequel here.

My hopes were mercilessly dashed right from the opening scene, in which three typically and trendily attractive teen idiots and their odd wheel young friend-- who made their little camping group seven instead of six-- spend some time in the woods by a lake. This little virgin dude without no girlfriend basically gets on everyone's nerves, so they drink some beers, tell him by the campfire that the Mothman's crib is nearby, and then decide to all go swimming yet again to prove they're not afraid. While treading water, they take turns going under to snatch little guy by the ankles and pull him under. Predictably he drowns, and after a moment of misplacing him, they find his body floating face up some feet away. They pull him onto the dock, do about seven limp wristed chest compressions, then pronounce him dead without taking a pulse. Not wanting to take the rap for this, they decide to agree on a story that keeps them all out of trouble. What is the story? That he swam out and got tired and drowned, oops so sorry, in lieu of flowers donate to a charity? Why NO, nothing so logical. They take turns slamming a rock into his skull so they can tell the authorities he hit his head!
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