Directed by William Girdler
An enormous grizzly bear embarks on a murderous rampage in a national park, killing campers, hunters, and anyone else who gets in its way. But when rangers push to close the park, craven officials decide to keep it open. Sound familiar? A year after JAWS broke records, director William Girdler set out to cash in with a knockoff - and guess what? It worked. GRIZZLY became the top independent hit of 1976, grossing nearly $30 million dollars and inspiring many more animal attack thrillers - including Girdler's semi-sequel DAY OF THE ANIMALS the following year.
An enormous grizzly bear embarks on a murderous rampage in a national park.
Cast: Christopher George, Andrew Prine, Richard Jaeckel
I remember seeing this at a drive in way back in the day. Yes, lots of little things to pick the movie apart for, but I still enjoyed it.
Much better than I expected. I Really enjoyed they last 15-20 minutes.
I hated this movie because it left me wondering what happened to the old guy and his restaurant. kidding aside, JAWS wanna be but still fun.
Not that bad.
I saw this movie when it first came out. The tagline was Jaws - with claws. Surprisingly gory.