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The Water Horse DVD Review

The Water Horse DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 04, 2008
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

The Water Horse tells the tale of Scotlands fabled Loch Ness monster and its now out on DVD! Kidzworld has the review!

The Water Horse tells the tale of Scotland's fabled Loch Ness monster and it's now out on DVD! Kidzworld has the review of this monstrous fairytale. Check it out.

It All Started With an Egg

Angus MacMorrow is a young boy living on the coast of Scotland during the Second World War. Angus's father is away in battle, so Angus lives with his mother (Emily Watson) and his older sister, Kirstie. Angus' life takes a bizarre turn one day when he discovers a strange egg on the beach. What kind of creature could be growing inside of it?

What's That in the Shed?

Angus keeps the egg in a potting shed and it soon hatches into a slithery creature that grows into a huge teenaged sea monster that is more than a little difficult to contain. As if that isn't enough of a headache for poor Angus, a nasty army captain has recently taken over the house to use as a military base! What will go wrong next? You'll have to watch The Water Horse to find out!

DVD Features

The Water Horse DVD comes packed with special features, mostly in the form of some pretty cool featurettes that give you a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film. Don't forget to check out the deleted scenes for even more monstrous fun!

Bottom Line

The Water Horse is a fantastic fairytale that sucks you in to its absorbing world and the grey Scottish countryside is the perfect setting for this eerie sea monster story. It's worth keeping in mind that some parts of this movie might be a little scary for your younger sibs, but you'll love its ups and downs. This is one DVD that's definitely worth checking out!

The Water Horse Rating:4

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