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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.
A cynical scientist goes to Scotland to disprove the Loch Ness monster's existence, and starts wondering if there really is something odd in the lake.
7–14 years 96 mins
Disturbing low-budget horror about three students who go missing and all that's left of them is the footage they were filming about a local legend.
14+ years 78 mins
Classic monster film in which scientists find a part-fish, part-man creature in South America, who becomes obsessed with a female expedition member.
11+ years 79 mins
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