Unnatural (2015) 720p YIFY Movie

Unnatural (2015)

Global climate change prompts a scientific corporation to genetically modify Alaskan polar bears with horrific and deadly results.

IMDB: 4.02 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Horror
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 757.76M
  • Resolution: 720x300 / 23.976 (24000/1001) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 4.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Unnatural (2015) 720p

Global climate change prompts a scientific corporation to genetically modify Alaskan polar bears with horrific and deadly results.

The Director and Players for Unnatural (2015) 720p

[Director]Hank Braxtan
[Director]Ron Carlson
[Role:]Sherilyn Fenn
[Role:]James Remar

The Reviews for Unnatural (2015) 720p

100 percent perfect titleReviewed byTheLittleSongbirdVote: 3/10

Will admit having low expectations before seeing 'Unnatural', with a concept that sounded mildly intriguing but also incredibly silly and like so many other low-budget creature films seen. That there were actors who have been good in other things involved sparked some interest.

There are certainly far worse films, in terms of creature films and overall, than 'Unnatural' and there were a few redeeming merits that saved it from being unwatchable that were sadly outweighed by the numerous things done wrong and to such a big extent. 'Unnatural' is still not a good film though and was more or less what was expected before watching. Unnatural, as much as it saddens me to say it, sums it up very well.

James Remar and Sherilyn Fenn do well in their roles, and although they are not in the film anywhere long enough Grahame Greene and especially Ray Wise do more than reasonably with what they had. Generally the acting and their chemistry made 'Unnatural' a better film than the disaster that it could easily have been.

The scenery is also lovely and atmospheric and for low budget there has been far more amateurish photography than here.

However, the bear looks absolutely terrible, very cheap-looking and goofy. It does affect is impact on screen, which it doesn't leave much, there is not much menace here or even unintentional humour, just there for the sake of it bland. The dialogue is utter gibberish and truly juvenile and unnatural.

Nothing thrilling, tense, suspenseful, emotionally investable or fun about the story. The predictability may have been forgivable if the film was actually engaging let alone exciting but it fails to be either throughout, and instead ruined by draggy and sometimes unnecessary padding, ridiculousness and ideas that didn't belong and just muddled the film's tone and intent.

Didn't find myself rooting for or liking any of the characters that much, despite the actors' best efforts. The direction is pretty leaden.

Overall, not irredeemable but not good. 3/10 Bethany Cox

90's feel horrorReviewed bys3276169Vote: 6/10

Unnatural has the feel of a 90's horror. There's a straightforward simplicity and almost an innocence about this film that sets it apart from the standard 21st century fare.

Lets start by stating the obvious. This is a "B" movie and I'll review it on that basis. Its in no way exceptional but in one sense its refreshing. Its not gratuitously violent and it has a simple premise thats not really all that new but it is moderately entertaining.

The cast do a reasonable if not exceptional job and for myself I rather enjoyed this film. I also liked its message about the responsibility of corporations and science to be good governors to the planet and not destroyers.

All in all, a nice little horror flick. Don't come to it with exaggerated expectations, its not a horror master class but it is certainly watchable. Six out of ten from me.

Unnatural is the new Natural.Reviewed byAdam BaehrVote: 10/10

Wow I just finished watching this movie and it was crafted with excellence by Hank Braxtan and it was quite remarkable in my opinion. I'm a horror fanatic and I have seen a lot of the After Dark Horrorfest Films and so far I have watched Bastard and Lumberjack Man in this new set of the 2015 ADH Films and here is my review for Unnatural. I will start with the story which is about a group of people who are enjoying a nice weekend in a remote Alaskan lodge when an altered Polar Bear starts hunting them down. The premise was straightforward enough but it definitely flipped the script around 180 degrees from the normal way a movie of this nature would have gone which I found to be a breath of fresh air. I will now move onto the acting which I enjoyed thoroughly but the standout of course was James Remar which everyone will know from Dexter. I will now move onto the kills and while there aren't a ton of kills that are shown here there are certainly enough. The dread that is invoked while watching the bear hunt is quite unnerving I must add which is a rare commodity to see now in horror films. The bear that is displayed looks very vicious and not to be trifled with by any means. I'm glad they actually let you get a great look at him and not just the shadow of him. The setting was great and really set the tone for a desolate place where no one is around to help you out when you're in trouble. I will finish by saying that you should check this movie out especially if you love nature versus nurture films. I have no doubt that you will enjoy it.

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