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- Commentary by actress Joan McCall and producer David Sheldon
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- Radio spots
Top Customer Reviews
Big up to Shriek Show for another top-of-the-line release of something other labels would not have even given a passing thought to. On this double-disc edition, there's a commentary, a vintage featurette (culled from VHS, no doubt), a screening of the film, new interviews, a trailer, radio spots, and a poster and photo gallery. I also recommend DAY OF THE ANIMALS, another nature-run-amok film from William Girdler, the late director who really knew how to work these kind of films.
When watching the film again as an adult, I was pleasantly surprised that many of my fond memories still held up. Granted, "Grizzly" is strictly a B-Movie imitation of the far superior "Jaws," complete with an inexperienced law enforcement official, an eccentric zoological expert, a salt-of-the-earth guide and a corrupt supervisor/executive. But there is a surprising energy to the proceedings as these hunters slowly close in on a prehistoric 18-foot grizzly dining on unsuspecting (and for the most part female) campers.
The picturesque scenery (filmed at a state park in Georgia) adds to the energetic proceedings, camouflaging the film's conservative budget. But not even the tallest of pine trees can cover up a painfully awkward supporting cast (many of whom are the title character's appetizers), backyard special effects (a man in a bear suit) and the prolonged, violent deaths of two important cast members.
Granted, "Jaws" was an extremely violent film, but the violence was always stylish. The corpses which begin popping up (and falling down) in "Grizzly," look as if they've been bathing in buckets of discount Karo syrup.
What I like about "Grizzly" is the tremendously exciting final battle between the bear and the surviving members of the hunting party.Read more ›
A great 70's movie!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
old school jhorror- pretty sure i saw this in the '70's and still wont go in the woods. REMAKE!!!!!!Published 7 hours ago by lisa Irvin
For 1976, the bear attack scenes were actually not bad. An arm goes flying off in one scene and a woman is swinging in the air in another. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
It was Jaws on land with a bear instead of a shark but it was a enjoyable movie. It's a B rated movie but with better acting and a better script than you usual see. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amy Douthett
Old fashion fun movie made just like jaws funny at times because of how old special effects are.Published 2 days ago by peanut
Cousin acting , and script. As akid 50 plus years ago I thought it was goodPublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Besides having the most stupid dialogue imaginable the information as regards bears is not even close to the truth. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jane C. Nowlin
This may have been a popular show in it's day, but the acting is terrible.Published 3 days ago by Chaos