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Unearthed (2007)

Cast: Emmanuelle Vaugier, Luke Goss, Beau Garrett, more...
Director: Matthew Leutwyler, Matthew Leutwyler
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Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Horror, Killer Critters
Running Time: 93 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish
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When an unexplained trucking accident knocks out phone lines in the town of Pueblo, New Mexico and blocks the only route out of town, an investigation into the cause of the crash reveals an otherworldly creature that could pose a threat to the entire human race. Awakening from her usual hangover to investigate a herd of cattle that has been mutilated almost beyond recognition, Pueblo Sheriff Annie is summoned to the scene of a mysterious semi accident. Though the only clue as to the identity to the driver is a severed limb, Sheriff Annie does discover a bizarre, crab-like leg stuck in the grill of the scorched tanker. Meanwhile, on another stretch of the same highway, vacationing sisters Ally and Caya stop to pick up a ruggedly handsome ranch hand named Charlie whose car has stalled out miles away from a gas station or repair shop. Upon arriving at the only gas station in Pueblo, the trio is greeted by Nodin and her grandfather and informed that not only are the pumps dry, but that the only route out of town is blocked by the accident as well. Also trapped at the station is traveling salesman Frank, who specializes in synthetic urine. As night draws near Sheriff Annie arrives at the gas station to share her strange find with botany specialist Nodin, who can find no earthly explanation for the unidentified appendage. Later, when Ally decides to pitch in by taking out the trash, she is savagely mauled by a vicious creature that has just torn the patrons of a local bar limb from limb. As the night drags on and the bloodbath continues, the frightened group discovers that their only hope for survival may the very same Native American girl responsible to unleashing the relentless beast in the first place. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Too Bad by ABernstineIII August 5, 2008 - 12:18 PM PDT
1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
We know the story, ancient monster is awaken and all hell breaks loose on a small town, blah, blah, blah.
This could have been a good movie BUT the acting and editing leave a lot to be desired. I WANTED TO LIKE THIS MOVIE, I TRIED TO WATCH IT ALL THE WAY THROUGH only to be reminded of a far more superior film, FEAST. Unfortnattly this movie UNERTHED, missed the mark and ended up being a waste of time and what could have been a fun ride.

Could have been good by TlovesJ April 3, 2008 - 7:38 PM PDT
1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
Although the storyline -- ancient monster is unleashed and wreaks havoc -- is pretty tired, this movie was so-so. There is a nugget there that could have been made into a good movie but never gets there. Watch when home alone at midnight while drinking.

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Horrorfest: 8 Films to Die For (2007)
Last year's horrorfest titles are now on request. They all come out in March - can't wait. Request them so we can rent them. : ) I'll update the list as I see them.

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