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The Loch Ness Horror

UK 2023
produced by
Tyler-James for Dark Abyss Productions
directed by Tyler-James
starring Dan Gittens, Becca Hirani, May Kelly, Beatrice Fletcher, Howard j Davey, Matthew Baunsgard, Giedre Jackyte, Tara MacGowran, Rob Kirtley, Mike Kelson, Lila Lasso,
written by Tyler-James, music by James Cox, special effects by Bethany Smith, visual effects by Steve Clarke, Paul Knott

Loch Ness Monster

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A submarine goes missing on a routine diving mission in Loch Ness, Scotland, UK, and now Bryce (Dan Gittens) and Lara (Becca Hirani), specialists in the retrieval of sunk vessels, are tasked with tracking down the submarine. What they don't know of course (but their contractees do) is that the submarine was actually sunk by the Loch Ness monster. What they also don't know is that the crew of the survey ship they're on, led by Captain Ewan (Rob Kirtley), are actually tasked with tracking down the Loch Ness monster once the submarine has been located. Thing is, this mission wasn't properly planned, as when the monster turns up it's quick to first kill the team's diver (Lila Lasso), then present itself to damage the boat and somehow injure Captain Ewan to then circle the boat in waiting - but waiting for what. Well, it turns out the injury has infected the captain with some parasite, a parasite, that much to the shock of ship medic Ava (May Kelly) bursts from his stomach to go on the prowl to one by one pick out, maul and kill the rest of the crew. And those who haven't been killed yet have nowhere to go, what with the monster outside only waiting for them to abandon ship as a healthy snack ...


Now I won't lie, this movie won't score very high on the originality charts, as it's basically an old-fashioned monster movie paired with motives and scare tactics from the classic Alien. But what the film may lack in originality it makes up in entertainment value: It pretty much goes into the thick of it immediately, then keeps up a fast pace to keep one glued to the screen, offering a healthy blend of suspense sequences, sudden shocks and bits of violence, all well-placed. And of course, an able cast and quite cool sets also help make this one a rather enjoyable genre piece.


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