Beneath Loch Ness (2001)





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An American research party on Scotland's Loch Ness believes it has sonar evidence that the fabled monster of the lake is active. They summon Case Howell (Brian Wimmer), a veteran adventurer, to help them capture the creature for further study. Meanwhile, a go-getting TV producer (Lysette Anthony) arrives to make a documentary about the news (and instantly gets a crush on Case). But the locals stir the beast, which suddenly becomes carnivorous, and the lake's Coast Guard official (Vernon Wells) refuses to keep people off the shoreline and boats off the water. As the body count begins to require a calculator, Case and his scientists become desperate to stop the thing, enlisting the help of Captain Blay (Patrick Bergin), an eccentric hermit who has motive for slaying the critter -- it killed his son 17 years earlier, but Blay was blamed in the tragedy.
Action & Adventure , Horror , Mystery & Suspense , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Patrick Bergin
as Richard E. Blay
Lysette Anthony
as Elizabeth Borden
Brian Wimmer
as Case Howell
Vernon Wells
as Constable
Adria Dawn
as Andrea
Dick Stilwell
as Prof. Gus Egan
Joshua Wheeler
as Michael
James MacPherson
as Cromwell
Chet Warner
as Tourist
Gerry Gibson
as MacGregor
Jon Fraser
as Reporter
Evan Cummiskey
as Blay's Son
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Critic Reviews for Beneath Loch Ness

All Critics (2)

Not even funny for camp value.

June 19, 2002

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August 14, 2005

Audience Reviews for Beneath Loch Ness

Low-budget sci-fi movie which focuses on the Scottish lake; the scientists are on to something, but is it Nessie or something more sinister? The story is mildly interesting but largely implausible. There is some tension built in the underwater scenes. The special effects are acceptable. The acting is merely so-so. Nothing stands out here, but nothing is truly awful either. An average movie.

Don Schick
Don Schick

This film is a mixed bag for me. I didn't think it was good or bad, but it was in the middle. The main problem with this film is that it is basically a mediocre knock-off of Jaws, only with the Loch Ness monster instead of a shark. It was better than I expected, but it still wasn't a very good film. Overall, it's just an unremarkable horror film that should have been more lively.

Keenan Sullivan
Keenan Sullivan

One of the lamest movies ever made. Everything about it is lazy and awful. Almost impossible to watch.

Andrew Kafoury
Andrew Kafoury

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