1 h 27 min201216+
Katharine (Jewel Staite) and her friends cover up a catastrophic drowning during their senior year of high school. Now, 10 years later, they learn that a creature known as MOTHMAN has come to seek vengeance on them!
Sheldon Wilson
Jewel StaiteConnor FoxSusie Abromeit
Science FictionHorror
English [CC]
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Michael AillsMatty Ferraro
Brad KrevoyReuben Liber
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on August 22, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Horrible special effects but besides that not too bad
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I've seen worse but the special effects regarding the mothman was almost ridiculous. A group of teens accidently kills a member of their group and covers it up. Ten years later, while celebrating the Mothman legend in their small home town, the Mothman rises to enact revenge against the now grown up teens. It's a plot that has been done before, but overall the movie is watchable. Just ignore the visual affects of the Mothman himself and you will be fine.
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Fred RayworthReviewed in the United States on February 15, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Top Notch B-Movie Icky Bug
Mothman was a great B-movie icky bug. Unlike the bigger budget Mothman Prophecies epic with Richard Gere, this one was a typical B-movie cheapo with budget special effects, an unknown cast, a little bit of cheesecake, and a mayor putting on a festival. Only, this time, nobody is aware of the imminent danger right off, so the teen angst isn’t there, and they don’t go all Scooby Doo and try to warn the adults of the coming apocalypse. Of course, regardless, mayhem ensues for our cast of victims. It was fun, full of plot holes, and of course, I had to suspend my disbelief. I didn’t care. It even had a decent enough payoff except the “what if” was a bit of a surprise. Not totally unexpected, but still a bit of a surprise. Highly recommended.
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