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Some bad movies are so bad they're good.
The story is all about a group of people headed up Lance that are on a rescue mission to save his daughter and any other would be survivors of a plane crash.
There is no suspense and the director has an annoying habit of using fadeouts every twenty seconds which only add to the monotony of this grossly poor film.
One of Hennricksen's best films. Really scared the hell out of me.Published 5 days ago by Kim Olsen
The biggest problem I have with this movie, as with most Hollywierd films today, isn't the acting but that the actions of the characters make no sense. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
I get why some people may not have liked it, or even gave it bad reviews. I was always a fan of Lance Henricson anyway since his days in Near Dark, and after that many other movies... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Faern
Back when The Blair Witch Project launched, it became fashionable to proclaim every horror movie was inspired by real events, no matter how tenuous. Read morePublished on December 26, 2010 by Michael J. Tresca
A plane goes down in the middle of alaska and a search party is sent to find it. The reason given is because the plane is chartered to a company and theowner of it has a daughter... Read morePublished on December 18, 2010 by TorridlyBoredShopper
"Sasquatch" (also known as "The Untold") is just another in a long line of bad bigfoot movies where people get chased by a shadowy skunk-ape in some scary woods at night. Read morePublished on June 23, 2010 by Robert I. Hedges
After reading all the horribly negative reviews for this film, I was hesitant to invest any money into it even though I've been a huge sasquatch movie buff for over 35 years. Read morePublished on October 26, 2009 by Mark G. Williamson