Field Freak – USA, 2014

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‘He wants you out!’

the-monster-outside-huete-dich-vor-der-dunkelheit-DEField Freak – also known as The Monster Outside – is a 2014 American horror film written and directed by Stephen Folker (The Orange Man).

The movie is available on a German Blu-ray release in English.

Main cast:

Dave Juehring, Trena Penson, Glenn Harston, Thomas Ely Sage, Tristan Coppola, Jim Nieciecki, Robert Kemp, Linden Clayborne, Amelia Atkinson.

Plot:

A family move into an abandoned cabin in Beaver Pelt Falls, Idaho. Charles (Dave Juehring) a former best selling writer, is desperately trying to pen his next book and needs a place free of distractions. Little does he know, his entire family is being watched. Strange bumps in the night escalate into a nerve wrecking encounter with the creature by Charles’s wife Linda (Trena Penson).

Things take a strange turn when they hire a psychotic, pest control guy (Thomas Ely Sage) and are led to believe rabid beavers are to blame. It’s not until they visit a road side root beer distillery and meet a man named Ned Perkins (Glenn Harston), that they learn what the bumps in the night really are. According to Ned, they’re all going to die…

Reviews:

“Then there is the field freak itself. The name alone sounds kind of dumb. If you have a monster, you can surely think up a better name for it than field freak. Aside from that, the look of the creature is pretty bad. It looks like a guy dressed in a lower end Halloween costume of some sort of ape. Unrealistic fur, horrible mask, weird looking chest…” Jesse, HorrorNews.net

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Choice dialogue:

Ned Perkins: “People came from 500 miles away to try his root beer. But there was somethin’ watchin’ us in dem woods dat day. Yes, there was. Just prowlin’ and growlin’.”

IMDb | Official synopsis

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Categories: 2014, Bigfoot/Sasquatch, Blu-ray, rural horror

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