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Clawed: The Legend of Sasquatch

2.5 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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When a trigger-happy band of bear-poachers is brutally murdered on Echo Mountain, the sleepy town of Pine Creek is jolted to life. Many believe it to be a grizzly bear mauling, but others fear that the legend of Echo Mountain has returned.

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  • Actors: Dylan Purcell, Brandon Henschel, Miles O'Keeffe, Jack Conley, Chelsea Hobbs
  • Directors: Karl Kozak
  • Writers: Karl Kozak, Don J. Rearden
  • Producers: Bill Bragg, Andre Johnson, Chuck Colclasure, Dick Fisher, Joel Eisenberg
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Alchemy / Millennium
  • DVD Release Date: May 16, 2006
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000EPFCKE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,207 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 24, 2006
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"I've seen all those campy Bigfoot movies, and they aren't scary." So says one of the young female characters about midway through Clawed: The Legend of Sasquatch. She's right, of course, and this film does nothing to change that fact. That being said, I really didn't think Clawed was all that bad of a movie. It doesn't really bring anything new to the table, but it doesn't leave out any of the necessities, either: unknown "monster," several victims, blood, annoying jock, nerdy guy, and two attractive young ladies. It even throws in the bonus of some beautiful scenery up in the forests of the state of Washington. Unfortunately, though, our Sasquatch isn't much to look at (it looks like what it is, a guy in a pretty ratty looking costume), and all we ever see him do is just stand or crouch out of sight and sometimes run through some fields. The fact that none of the actual attacks appear onscreen is another negative.

While some communities embrace their local "monster," this particular town wants nothing to do with any Bigfoot rumors getting out just before the start of the tourist season. When three hunters are brutally killed up on Echo Mountain, the mayor doesn't even want the local media to find out about it, even if it's just the standard cover story of a bear attack. With his hands pretty well tied, Sheriff Kassel (Jack Conley) can't do much more than let the local ranger, John Eagleheart (Nathaniel Arcand) search the woods on his own until such time as some professional bear trackers can get there. Eagleheart isn't alone in the woods, though. Ed Janzer (Miles O'Keeffe), the lone survivor of the recent massacre, manages to convince some of his drinking buddies to go back with him to kill the thing.
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Okay, let's just get it out in the open; this movie is just your basic 70s/80s tv movie-of-the-week retro-horror flick , a contemporary version of the kind of thing that the broadcast networks would give you weekly in the days before cable, CGI, and Dick Smith gruesome make-up correspondence courses. Like those tv movies of yesteryear ("Snow Beast" springs immediately to mind), this one is judicious in its bloodletting,

formulaic in its plotting, and run-of-the-mill in its cinematic execution.

It does feature some acceptable acting performances and some positively gorgeous scenery...and where else would you get to see Miles O'Keefe doing a homicidal Kris Kristofferson imitation.

In order to pump up its appeal to the hormonal male sales/rental market, some interestingly nubile nymphets are on hand (with arresting thoractic protrusions), and one of these lends her...protrusions...to a brief bit of semi-nudity....all in the spirit of good teenage fun. This spot UPDATES "Clawed" from classic retro-tv fare, as does the amount of blood and gore you DO get to see in this film (as opposed to, say, the aforementioned "Snow Beast").

There has been some mention of plot-holes in some reviews here (such as why does the monster attack the hunters, but merely seem content to chase the teenagers off?). There does seem to be a reason, but you have to dig for it, as it isn't clearly brought forward by the director in his storytelling. The hunters (poachers) at the beginning of the film have been out shooting the woods up (drunk). The killing seems to begin after

the chief butthead hunter finds a place where trees are broken down and arranged as though to cover over something.
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"Clawed: The Legend of Sasquatch" (also known as "The Unknown") is a supernatural horror-thriller set in the northwest with a ridiculous premise, a lot of overacting, and a plot you've seen variations on many, many times before. It seems that Echo Mountain is Sasquatch central, and killings have begun with the deaths of poachers on the mountain. Authorities suspect bear attacks, but wise old Sheriff Drake Kassel (Jack Conley) and Native American spiritualist and Park Ranger John Eagleheart (Nathaniel Arcand, who gives the best performance in the movie) suspect otherwise. Of course tourist season is starting and the mayor wants the story buried so as to not interfere with tourist season. (Wasn't there a little movie about a shark that had a similar backstory? Oh, never mind.) Anyway, in a different subplot two high school seniors, one a brainy geek and one a stupid jock, are assigned to do a project on endangered species together over spring break by their abusive teacher. (How exactly is it fair to jeopardize the smart kid's grade when nobody else has been assigned a joint project. Wait...oh, never mind.) Of course the two boys dislike each other and that provides much dramatic tension (in the minds of the filmmakers at least.) They secure two girls and go camping to do a videotaped project on endangered species; apparently the teens had seen "The Blair Witch Project" by the looks of it. I guess the library was too obvious of a way to gather information.

Of course the poachers and teens collide in the woods in a wholly predictable mess. The bigfoot stalks both parties, but only attacks the poachers, who have some kind of weird vendetta against Eagleheart. We learn many things from this cast, most of which you probably didn't want to know.
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