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Grizzly Rage review

Whilst on a camping trip in a secluded forest, four teenagers find themselves set upon by a toxic waste mutated Grizzly Bear. Will they be able to survive the mutated bear and its Grizzly Rage. Grizzly Rage is a scaled-back feature which leans more to being a thriller than being a standard horror movie. Simple is probably the best way to describe Grizzly Rage. First of all, there are only 5 characters in the entire movie, 4 of whom are human and one is a bear. Unfortunately, a lot of the run time is spent in these simple locations on events that have no real effect on the overall storyline such as Wes climbing the quarry, Sean exploring the cabin, fixing the car engine and Wes getting topless and... However the run time is swift 86 minutes and Grizzly Rage doesn’t overstay its welcome. The four friends accidentally run over a bear cub and the revenge-crazy mama bear incessantly hunts them down. There’s a hint that the bears have been drinking from a lake that’s been polluted by toxic waste but it’s not made clear whether it has made the bears larger, stronger, smarter, more aggressive or had any effect at all. Let me be clear, simple isn’t necessarily a bad thing and it’s not Grizzly Rage’s biggest problem. But there is one huge problem: the Mama bear is the protagonist and we should be following her story. We are expected to sympathise and root for the humans but we can’t because they kill an adorable baby bear through sheer negligence and are largely unaffected by it. Instead they focus on themselves, at one point suggesting that they are being... No, you are being punished for killing a baby bear and the Mama bear is understandably upset. This isn’t about you, this is about the bear. This isn’t nature run amok, this is humans run amok in nature and nature fighting back. As always, I adore the use of a real Grizzly Bear and Koda (despite being male) is great. Using a real animal creates real tension and shows some really dedicated film-making. For shots involving bear action and the actors, a man in a bear suit was used effectively. This was a wise choice as budget CGI works best when the tone is more tongue-in-cheek and the mood is more relaxed whereas Grizzly Rage plays it serious and tense. I have read that Grizzly Rage originally ended differently with which although I don’t like from a narrative standpoint, it probably would have been more satisfying as a conclusion. Source: Creature Feature Corner

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  • The Series Project: The Brotherhood (Part 2)

    01/18/13 ,via CRAVE ONLINE

    The Black Skulls are led by the evil beret-wearing Victor Thanos (Graham Kosakoski), a typical, mean-spirited d-bag who bullies his buddies and beats up a guy named Spider for being a wuss. At the film's outset, we see Victor and the other Black Skulls ...

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Graham Kosakoski, Actor: Grizzly Rage. Graham Kosakoski was born on February 14, 1982 in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. He is known for his work on Smallville ...

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Graham Kosakoski B.A.(Hons.), J.D. Graham is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and Queen’s University, where he received the Gold Medal for top ...

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