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


Global climate

change upon us, friends.

And many creatures

on this planet

are in danger of extinction.

And Clobirch Industries

is here to ensure

that they will continue to have

the opportunity to survive.

I'm Victor Clobirch,

here today forging

an eco-friendly frontier in

search of a safer tomorrow.

I'll be back for you

guys in three days.

Hope you enjoy.


Welcome to the

Black Rabbit Lodge.

You're a brave man coming

up here with three women.

I've never been able

to handle even one.

Well, it takes quite a man.

I bet it does.

Martin Ecos.

Pleased to meet you.

How are you.

Do you have Wi-Fi here?

I'm afraid that's

a no, little lady.

You lost that when

you left Anchorage,

along with your service, unless

that's a satellite phone.

It's freezing.

It's 20 below freezing,


Come on, Martin.

Let's get them inside.

All right.

It's warm inside.

Come on.

Straight up the hill, you guys.

- This way?

- Yes, sir.


This looks so authentic.


This is some place you've got.

Thank you.

I'll take that as a compliment.

We call it home.

So, photography is

your thing, huh?

Sorry, we don't

get much daylight

up here this time of year.

Well, the almanac

four hours a day?

That's if you're lucky.

Sunup is at 10 AM.

Sunset's around 2:00 PM,

and what you get in between

is mostly dusk.

That's what we call magic hour.

That's what you're going

to get... four magic hours.

Great... dark and cold.

I'm G1226, The beta cells

are rapidly increasing.

They're 600% larger than

they were last week.

Oh, my God.

Dr. Keller, come in.

Dr. Keller, stay out of NP2.

Dr. Keller, are you there?

Come in.

You'd think I'd have

this down by now.

Try it again.

Three days here,

almost always dark.

That sounds romantic.

I can't find my light in here.



Better go see what he wants.


Right here, Brooking.

Did you forget to

pack my light meter?

No, it's in your fur hat.

Oh, there it is.


Oh, hey, dinner.

Let's go.

I'm starved.

Doing good, Delana.

Nate landed his fish.

About two months ago.

Yeah, something like that.

Big boy, too.

Lily, you really

outdid yourself.

The salmon's fantastic.

We're usually closed by the

second week of September.

This is the first time

anyone from the lower 48

has been up here during winter.

Especially as pretty

as you young ladies.

Ice hole... did

your team do that?

Because I want these

girls draped in fur,

like they went out into the

woods, skinned the animals

and put them on their backs.

Fashion, back to basics.

It would be great if you could

throw in an Eskimo too, I mean,

if you can dig one up.

I think you mean

to say Athabascan.

The native people prefer

going by their tribal names.

Yeah, sure, whatever.

I mean, as long as

they look the part.

I mean, like, weathered

face, fish on a stick.

You know what I mean, right?

I think I do, Mr. Brooking.


Who killed that bear?

That little guy?

I did, nearly 20 years ago.

Were you scared?


He actually had to put down.

Nate found him out back.

He was sick and pretty torn up.

Bears come right

up to the lodge?

Yes, they do.

Hungry and ready to eat.

But there's nothing

to worry about.

Bears hibernate in winter.

Now, you are a smart young lady.

That's true for most bears.

Not for Maneater.


Maneater's a gigantic

beast of a bear

with a taste for human blood.

Frightens me every time

I go out into the woods.


Come on, stop.

The natives say the Maneater

was not born from another bear,

but from a vengeful spirit.

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Ron Carlson

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