Action / Comedy / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 72%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 14992


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December 01, 2012 at 06:14 AM



Russell Tovey as Dr. Adam Smith
Richard Coyle as Garda Ciarán O'Shea
Bronagh Gallagher as Una Maher
Ruth Bradley as Garda Lisa Nolan
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698.88 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 34 min
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1hr 34 min
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Reviewed by Rudeinternet-com 7 / 10

Not quite cinema as high art but, what movie still is after a few drinks

Citizen Kane, The Godfather, 2001 there's over 100 years of examples of moving pictures more art than entertainment.

And then there's Grabbers.

It sure ain't fine art but, it's a whole hell of allota fun! I'm not going to bore you with a long review. I just re-watched Grabbers tonight (saw it 4 or 5 years ago when it first came out. While ironically enough drunk with my wife one night... and we loved it, though didn't remember much of it) and thought I'd stop by to say how much I enjoyed it again. I'd like to keep this review short, sorry bedtime (want a synopsis, please read one if the longer reviews) would just like to say if sometimes like myself just want to shut the old brain off relax maybe have a laugh and enjoy the goofier side of usually serious and or cerebral horror/sci-fi genre, here's a flick that fits the bill perfectly. Though I'd suggest following the house imposed two drink minimum.

Reviewed by thesar-2 5 / 10

They're Drunk 'n History

I was told this was a LAUGH-OUT-RIOT horror-comedy, and was told incorrectly. That said, I laughed a bit here and there, but this enormously clichéd, predictable and hardly original alien invasion film barely stood above the rest. It even had a completely uninspired creature. The saving grace was the moments of comedy – though you had to wait until the second half and the alcohol consumption "twist." Perhaps not to be taken too seriously, it might be a tad fun. I know I would've loved this as a kid. Cheers!

Reviewed by paddy-2 9 / 10

No, Whales were not slaughtered to make this film...

In reply to this review, by the_doofy, on 25 May 2017 I can categorically state that absolutely no animals were harmed in the making of this 'foreign' movie.

No whales. No cats. No fish. No alien monsters.

The pod of pilot whales on the beach near the start of the film were all FAKE. As in - not real. In fact - the film makers are delighted and not a little amused that you thought that real whales had been haunted down and butchered. If you thought they were real, then that's a great compliment to the craft on display.

The whale that forms the centrepiece of the first scene between Ruth Bradley's and Russell Tovey's characters' first meeting was sculpted out of polystyrene, coated in silicone, and painted.

The rest of the whales that you see lined up on the sand are 100% CGI.

Did the_doofy really think this film lacked the budget for any CGI? Did he think that the film makers, (when not busy hunting down and butchering pilot whales) captured some giant tentacle aliens and forced them to perform?

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