Grizzly Rage

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"Ripped apart at the screams!"
  • NR
  • 2007
  • 1 hr 26 min
  • 2.6  (1,739)

Grizzly Rage is a 2007 thriller film directed by David DeCoteau, starring Tyler Hoechlin, Graham Kosakoski, and Brody Harms. The movie tells the story of four friends who go on a camping trip in the woods of Canada, only to find themselves being stalked by a giant grizzly bear. The film opens with a group of construction workers blasting through the forest to build a new highway, which awakens a massive grizzly bear from hibernation. The bear proceeds to terrorize the workers, killing several of them. The scene then shifts to four high school friends - Wes, Ryan, Burt, and Joey - who are on a camping trip in the area.

Initially, their trip seems like any other, but things quickly take a turn for the worse when the group accidentally hits and kills a smaller grizzly bear with their car. As they attempt to clean up the mess, the larger grizzly bear from earlier appears and begins stalking them. The group realizes they are no match for the giant animal and they must do whatever it takes to survive.

As they try to make their way back to civilization, the group encounters other people whom the bear has also terrorized. Along the way, the group comes face to face with their fears, learning to trust each other and work as a team. They are put through extreme physical and emotional hardships as they try to survive the bear's relentless pursuit.

Tyler Hoechlin gives a solid performance as the group's leader, Wes, who is determined to keep his friends alive at all costs. Hoechlin's acting skills shine in his portrayal of a young man desperate to keep his friends safe from the bear's wrath.

The film's cinematography is impressive, capturing the beauty of the Canadian wilderness, while also creating a haunting atmosphere. The film's score, composed by Harry Manfredini, whose work includes the score for the original Friday the 13th film, is effective in creating suspense and building tension throughout the film.

The special effects are a mixed bag. While the grizzly bear looks impressive in some scenes, other moments can be somewhat laughable. However, it is worth noting that the filmmakers opted to use a real bear - albeit a trained one - rather than relying solely on CGI, which adds a sense of realism to the film.

Overall, Grizzly Rage is a serviceable horror film that will entertain those looking for a suspenseful thriller with some intense moments. The film's message about the destructive nature of humans on the environment and wildlife is an important one, and the movie may inspire viewers to think twice about the impact their actions have on the world around them.

In conclusion, Grizzly Rage is a thrilling adventure film that will keep the audience on the edge of their seat, watching the characters fight for their lives. If you enjoy horror movies or survival films, then Grizzly Rage is definitely worth checking out.

Grizzly Rage is a 2007 thriller with a runtime of 1 hour and 26 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 2.6.

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    1 hr 26 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    2.6  (1,739)