“A-maze-ingly un-bear-able”

Films: Into the Grizzly Maze (2015)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average grizzly bear.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: Mazes are a constant source of anxiety and aimlessness, should you be the one traversing through one. But much like the one Theseus had to put up with, this one has a monster in it too. But it's one just as dangerous out in the open. It's a bear with one Hell of an attitude.

History: Deep within the Alaskan wilderness, there is the Grizzly Maze. Not quite a conventional labyrinth, but it has the hallmarks. Easy to get lost, supposedly a reward at the end, and at least something to keep you on your toes. Now, if only that something wasn't a slightly larger-than-average grizzly bear. A bear that, might we add, seems to be killing out of pure rage rather than food or territory. Now, a couple hunters and other folk have to go into the maze to end the grizzly's rampage. But that's easier said than done.

Notable Kills: Bites into a guy's face after pinning him.

Final Fate: After barely managing to escape a ring of fire, the bear is finally put down when one hunter manages to jam a knife into its neck. It collapses dead, and the forest returns to normal.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-It's a big bear with a penchant for violence and the disposition of a maneater. That's all there is really to say. Well, besides the fact that the digital effects sort of sully the awe and terror this beast exudes.

Trivia: -Scenes from this film's original script, "Red Machine" actually made it into "Backcountry" from last year, mainly because of a dispute between those two films' creators.

-Actors like Adrien Brody, Gerald Butler, and Hayden Christenson were slated to be in this film, but they had other plans.

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Its heart is much more consistant.

I mean, idiots in the forest, I wouldn't call endangered.

Why you screaming? He hasn't even bitten you yet.

Ever watch The Renevant? You're about to find out why it was so awesome.

Russian Hell.