Sabretooth (2002)




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The subject of the successful speeding up of growth after cloning -- in this case, a full-grown sabretooth tiger -- escapes in a forest and develops a taste for frantic hikers. The insensitive scientists who created the creature, Anthony Bricklin (John Rhys-Davies) and Catherine Viciy (Vanessa Angel), call in chiseled-chin veteran big game hunter Bob Thatcher (David Keith) to sedate the feline before it can get its chompers into fresh victims.
Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure , Drama , Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: James D.R. Hickox
Written By: Tom Woolsey
In Theaters: wide
LionsGate Entertainment


David Keith
as Bob Thatcher
Vanessa Angel
as Catherine Viciy
John Rhys-Davies
as Anthony Bricklin
Jenna Gering
as Casey Ballenger
Josh Holloway
as Trent Parks
Steffanie Thomas
as Kara Harmon
Allie Moss
as Amanda
Justin Carroll
as Attendant
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Critic Reviews for Sabretooth

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September 23, 2005

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September 13, 2005

Give the DVD cover-artist a medal. I want to see *that* movie!

Full Review… | January 28, 2005

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Full Review… | May 27, 2004
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Full Review… | August 23, 2003
Fantastica Daily

In the realm of straight-to-video horror, you could certainly do worse than Sabretooth. The film would probably best be enjoyed among friends, with copious amounts of booze handy.

Full Review… | May 24, 2003
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Sabretooth is like Jurassic Park and Friday the 13th had a low budget creature feature love child. It's predictable and cliche, but it has some humor to it and the effects are goofy to look at. Josh Holloway pops up pre-LOST to be the hero of the day and he's likable enough. Pros: David Keith and John Rhys Davies, the practical effects aren't that bad, ok acting, some good humor Cons: Bad CG, predictable, never really goes for anything outlandish and settles for average in terms of story or kills

Omar Maldonado
Omar Maldonado

So bad it's good.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

Small budget movie with a couple of well known stars. The acting is passable, the plot is light, and the computer graphics leave much to be desired. The characters are pretty much stereotypes, and the ones who deserve it get their due. You'll actually cheer for the Sabretooth a few times. Good "B" movie material.

Don Schick
Don Schick

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