Grizzly (1976) and Prophecy (1979)
Double Feature time!!!!
One is a regular bear who kills. The other is a genetically deformed bear who kills. Either way, you win!
A 30th Anniversary Double-Disc Special Edition!!! You are not worthy. Jaws with claws, indeed. There's not much to talk about. It's all right there for you. Bear kills, bear is hunted down, mankind is saved from the wrath of mother nature.
|And Iiiiiiiiiieeeiiiiiii will always love youuuuuooooouuu.....|
If anyone thought John Frankenheimer was at his lowest when he gave the world his remake of The Island of Dr Moreau (starring Val Kilmer and Vito Corleone),...they might be right. However, never let it be said that Fankenheimer was afraid to scrape the bottom of the barrel on more than one occasion. This time he enlists the talents of Adrian Balboa and Armand Assante. Corporations are raping the planet for the benefit of mankind (as they are wont to do), mother nature suffers and pays us back in spades.
Frankenheimer does his best to give us some rich and sprawling camera work throughout this film. Yeah, yeah...trees, nature, lakes...(sigh). Get to the monster, already! You can fast forward through some of the more artistically inclined shots and shave about 20 minutes off of this gem.
So much fun. This is what Saturday afternoons were made for. Enjoy.