When a dispute occurs between a logging operation and a nearby Native American tribe, Dr. Robert Verne and his wife, Maggie, are sent in to mediate. Chief John Hawks insists the loggers are poisoning the water supply, and, though company man Isley denies it, the Vernes can't ignore the strangely mutated wildlife roaming the woods. Robert captures a bear cub for testing and soon finds himself the target of an angry mutant grizzly.
Victoria Racimo wears a white t shirt in the last act, and when she gets out of the lake, her wet shirt clearly shows that shes not wearing a bra.
Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
Bloody wounds and stumps are seen through the film.
The bear could be seen as very disturbing with open flesh covering his body.
The bear bites off someone's head, throws two people into the air with his claws, and gores 3 - 4 other people.
It is implied that a man's legs are bitten off.
A raccoon attacks a man.
The bear cub scenes are very disturbing and sad. The bear cubs are skinless, just like the bear. One of them is screaming in agony.
A main character and other characters die.
The bear is shot with a gun, shot with two arrows, and then is very gorily stabbed in the neck and head area repeatedly until finally falling into the water and dying. This scene is intense.
A family of campers are killed (little to no blood) though it is implied that one survived.
A woman is bitten in the neck by a bear cub. It is not a bad bite and she is fine.
A search and rescue team (including a few dogs) are attacked and killed. One dog survives.
There is only one human on human fight scene in this movie - an intense chainsaw on an axe fight scene but nobody is hurt.
Little to no swearing
The G*d D**n swear word is used once.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
wine consumed maybe once
Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
The last 7 - 5 scenes are very intense
Some of the attacks are surprising
The bear may scare many viewers.
The film has undertones about pollution, business, and racial/cultural tensions.
The scene with the main characters walking in the rainy forest, finding the bear cubs are very upsetting/disturbing!