Grizzly Park (2008)





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As part of a new rehabilitation program, eight troubled young adults are sent to serve a week of community service in a remote California state forest range called Grizzly Park. Under the supervision of the stalwart Ranger Bob, the motley group is given an opportunity to seek redemption on their journey though the forest. While Ranger Bob seeks to provide both literal and spiritual guidance to the youngsters, an escaped serial killer with an insatiable blood lust, has found his way into the park with every intention of disposing, one by one, all eight of the young offenders. But he is not the only lethal hunter in these woods!
R (for violence and gore, some substance abuse and sex-related material)
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Glenn Morshower
as Ranger Bob
Randy Wayne
as Michael 'Scab' White
Julie Skon
as Candy
Trevor Peterson
as Trickster
Susan Blakely
as Unhappy Camper
Ryan Culver
as Ranger Mike
Whitney Cummings
as Tiffany Stone
Rance Howard
as Ranger Howard
Jerry Sword
as Jerry
Jeff Watson
as Butch
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Critic Reviews for Grizzly Park

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All that separates Grizzly Park from a typical Sci-Fi Channel reject is a couple of amusing gore effects and the use of a real bear rather than some awful CG creation.

April 3, 2008
L.A. Weekly
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Audience Reviews for Grizzly Park


A pretty good SyFy Channel movie with a good twist to it. It's better than alot other ones I've seen i'll tell you that.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

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One star movie, extra star for the use of the bear suit.

Ken Stachnik
Ken Stachnik

Super Reviewer


As ridiculous and as smile inducing as one would hope. A real grizzly bear trying to look mean, a guy in a bear costume trying to look scary. A film where the token black guy is called Mr. Brown and the fascist Nazi is called Mr. White. It's subtlety like that you just got to love. I really enjoyed the practical effects, and the fact that the bear could rip off your head by simply stroking it. The serial killer sub-plot is a nice red herring and allows for a bit of action during the suspenseful build-up. Morshower's talents are way above this, but he isn't too pretentious or up himself to think so. He gives it his all and has fun along the way. Rodriguez is simply beautiful and Brody the Bear has a bright future ahead of him. A B-Movie I shall be revisiting again and again when I have some beers to get rid of.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

Super Reviewer

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