Creature From Black Lake

Creature From Black Lake
Creature From Black Lake

Year

1976

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

Two students turn up in a small town in the Deep South to ask about a local legend that claims there is a huge, hairy creature living in the woods. The locals do not seem to want to talk, and the young men make themselves unpopular before they finally stumble across something strange. Cheerfully low-budget monster film that packs in a great sense of what rural America feels like, as well as all the horror thrills the title promises.

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Contains mild violence and horror.

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