Imagine being trapped inside a forest ranger station with your loved ones - and praying for your life as a fearsome, carnivorous creature lurks outside, waiting to clean up. This is the fate that befalls the young Danielle St. Claire (Cerina Vincent) and her boyfriend, Justin(Dominic Zamprogna) one evening, in acclaimed TV producer Stephen J. Cannell's made-for-television frightfest, It Waits. Traumatized by a recent auto accident that killed her friend - in which she was driving - St. Claire exiles herself to a ranger station in the San Bernardino Mountains. Meanwhile, a group of archaeology students from Princeton unwittingly open a nearby cave and unleash a centuries-old demon - that heads straight for Danielle. Underplayed and subtle, director Stephen R. Monroe leaves the goriest and most gruesome details off camera, allowing terror to build in the viewer's mind. Cannell co-scripted in addition to executive producing. Eric Schweig co-stars. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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Jeepers Creepers this was bad!!!
Wow!!! This movie was a very bad ripoff of one of my favorite Horror films.
Can you guess which one?
At least Cerina Vincent has a very tight shirt on the whole movie!
If you like low budget Horror, give it a shot.
But don't pay 5 bucks to rent this one!
This isnt an ultra low budget camcorder special like most of the no-name horror flicks flooding the rental markets so in that sense its watchable. However its really mediocre , something you would see on the Sci Fi Channel to waste an hour and a half because nothing else is on. It concentrates on the melodramatic story of a woman that is haunted by a car accident in which someone was killed. Crushed by the guilt, she runs off to work in an isolated forest as a park ranger. The personal angle comes off like a cheesy relationship film on the WE channel rather than a horror film. The bulk of the film is made up of mysterious glimpses, incidents that intermittently take place as the park ranger goes about her job until the final few minutes where the real action happens and the creature is fully revealed.