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His High School graduation party becomes a gruesome nightmare when his friends disturb the grave of a Chippewa demon. He destroys the monster but discovers the killing is far from over.
“The Eagle and The Loon” is a startling and original horror story, all the more frightening for the mythological weight it infuses with its monster. The ominous prologue, opening in the Chippewa Tribal Lands of 1426 helps set the stage, showing us that the Ithaqua is an older and more dangerous threat than Tyler and his friends could have ever imagined. The beast is particularly pernicious in that it does not simply destroy its prey; it makes them like itself. Tyler and the others are then placed in a moral dilemma as well as physical danger. To defeat a monster and oncoming monsters, can they really destroy the bodies of those who were once their friends? It’s no easy question and adds an extra layer of conflict to this intense, fast-paced script.
"The Eagle and The Loon" stands out as a horror spec for its unique and memorable choice of monster. An audience should be thoroughly frightened all the way through.