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Loch Ness Terror [Import]

Brian Krause , Niall Matter , Paul Ziller    R (Restricted)   DVD
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4.0 out of 5 stars A great Sci-Fi movie. March 9 2013
By Carol D
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I liked the other title better "Beyond Loch Ness" which made more sense.

But it has a great Canadian cast and for those dinosaur buffs, it's a 'possibility'. Just watch the Primeval (BBC TV Series) and Primeval: New World (the teenage boy in the movie goes on the be the lead in New World) Canadian TV series.
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Amazon.com: 3.5 out of 5 stars  24 reviews
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun monster movie April 24 2008
By Anime Dork - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This is a really fun monster movie. The filming, script, the camera work, and the acting are all really decent for a low-budget monster flick. The computer loch ness monster isn't so bad either in a cartoony way.

The story is about man that is a cryptozoologoist and studies unknown species, but specifically he's looking for the loch ness monster that he witnessed killed his dad when he was a small child. Now, a grown man, he's hunting the monster as it attacks a town of locals near the lake. We also meet the main character, a teenaged boy that runs a bait shop who's just out of highschool, we meet his ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend, her new boyfriend's friend, some foreign exchange student chick, as well as the main teen guy's mom who's also the town sheriff. Danger and computerized blood ensues.

I recommend this movie for all people that like low-budget horror films.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Jurrasic Park meets Lake Placid July 11 2008
By Micheal Hunt - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
in the 1970's a couple of people find an egg in Lochness Lake. While they have it out of water discussing where to take it to x-ray it, the actual Lochness Monster comes out of the water for her egg and kills all but the kid of the group.

Now 30 years later or so, the kid has grown up and now hunts down the Lochness Monster which has somehow relocated itself to a lake in Michigan, (USA. They say there are caverns in the lakes that join both of them.) Where it is breeding and killing people.

The average group of heroes from a small town combine to hunt it down and make there small home town safe for fishermen and swimmers again.

Overall, it's an ok movie. On the cover it says "the best creature-feature about the Lochness monster to date" ... when you think about it tho, when have you seen a Lochness Monster movie where it's actually a monster that kills?

It's kind of like "Lake Placid" meets "Jurassic Park"... the FX are OK, there not nauseating like "Lake Placid 2".... overall, it's a decent flick, I think it's worth the price of a rental at least.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Loch Ness revealed! March 4 2008
By Biff Fearless - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
A pretty much by-the-numbers "monster of the week" production, Loch Ness Terror provides a small amount of suspense along with some unintended humor. We do get to find out why the monster is only sometimes found at Loch Ness as it apparently summers in Lake Superior. There are some baby Nessies in this one as well as the mother and they manage to (surprise surprise) put a group of teenagers in jeopardy. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who doesn't like low budget creature features or anyone who hasn't seen at least one movie made for the Sci-Fi channel.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars nothing special, but enjoyable and entertaining -- and a bit weird May 17 2011
By Thomas M. Sipos - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Sea monsters invade Lake Superior and, taking a page from JAWS, begin killing campers and fishermen. Town sheriff (and single mom) teams up with a Big Game Hunter to kill the sea monsters.

The story is nothing special, but that's not how you judge a monster film, is it?

The CGI monsters are surprisingly good for low-budget horror fare, especially since there are so many of them. And there's a very nice decapitation of your typical stupid coed camper.

The location doesn't look like Lake Superior -- the film was shot in Canada's British Columbia -- but one can overlook that.

Some weird aspects to this film:

* The Internet Movie Database says the actress playing the sheriff/single mom was 37 when this film was shot. The actor playing her son was 28. I checked, because she didn't LOOK like she could be his mom.

Casting a 37-year-old as mom to a 28-year-old shows that ageism is still rampant in Hollywood.

Yeah, maybe we're supposed to think the actor is 20 or so, and maybe we're supposed to think the actress is...a good-looking fortysomething? But she STILL looks too young to be his mother.

SPOILER ALERT:

* At film's end, 5 people attack the sea monsters. The sheriff mom, her Big Game hunter/nascent boyfriend, the son, his girlfriend, and some Old Deputy.

If you've seen enough horror films, you just KNOW that Old Deputy is dead meat. He's the odd man out, only there to be killed. And he is.

But here's the weird part:

The Old Deputy was killed up in the hills, away from the Other Four. After the Four kill the last of the sea monsters, they break into smiles and "head for home!"

Huh?

NOBODY thinks to ASK or WONDER -- WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OLD DEPUTY?

They don't know his fate, and don't care. It's like he didn't even exist. They just smile and walk home.

That's sloppy scripting. The characters ignore the Deputy's death because the audience is expected to ignore the Deputy's dead -- but that's NOT how the CHARACTERS would behave.

That's just one example of poor character scripting. There are others. The characterization is not great; full of clichés and silly behavior.

But the monsters and violence look good, plus there's genuine suspense when the characters are threatened or run. I enjoyed the film.

LOCH NESS TERROR is a pleasant diversion for forgiving horror fans.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Steve's Review July 5 2013
By Steven Epley - Published on Amazon.com
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It wasn't after I started watching this movie that I realized I had seen it before on the Sci Fi channel a while back. This is one of those made for Sci Fi movies that mostly tend to be laughable at best but I will say that this one is one of their better efforts and is at least watchable. The story line is rather predictable but what movie about Nessie isn't? The characters are OK and you will probably recognize some of them from other made for Sci Fi movies, decent action and B movie special effects. If you are bored and can't find anything else to watch you might want to consider this movie, pop a bowel of popcorn and enjoy!
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