Grizzly II: Revenge (1983), directed by André Szoet is somewhat of a unicorn in terms of B-horror movies. Why? I’ll give you several reasons. It was made in the 80’s, which is arguably the greatest decade of horror films, both beautiful and ugly. It has a cast that includes a youthful group of George Clooney, Laura Dern and Charlie Sheen (this is not a promise that they star in the film). The movie is about a monstrous grizzly bear attacking unknowing concertgoers gathered for a huge show. The only thing with this film is that, up until now, it was unobtainable.
My final thoughts and impressions of “Danger 5” before moving onto new things with “Off the Beaten Path”.
Here we are, at the series finale of “Danger 5”. The question is, does it serve as a fitting conclusion?
In the penultimate episode of “Danger 5”, we revisit the world of season one. From there we not only get some wacky character interactions, but we see how far the characters have come.
Oh man, “Un Sacco Di Natale” is starting to remind me why I didn’t tend to rewatch these episodes of season 2. Read more about why inside.
With “Revenge of the Lizard Men” we get both a quasi-sequel to “Lizard Soldiers of the Third Reich” and a shot of adrenaline to the season 2 story arc. The question is, can the show juggle everything successfully?
With “Johnny Hitler”, both the team and the villains infiltrate a high school, creating the most mundane yet most surreal episode yet.
With “Merry Christmas Colonel”, we leave behind the pulpy 60’s for the flashy and excessive 80’s. The question is, is the transition successful?