Something Beneath

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Something Beneath
Something beneath dvd.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by David Winning
Produced by Phyllis Laing
Written by Mark Mullin
Ethlie Ann Vare
David Winning
Starring Kevin Sorbo
Natalie Brown
Brendan Beiser
Music by Michael Richard Plowman
Cinematography Brenton Spencer
Edited by Mark Sanders
RHI Entertainment
Buffalo Gal Pictures
Hallmark Entertainment
Paquin Films
Distributed by Time Warner Cable
Release date
  • April 26, 2007 (2007-04-26) (Houston Film Festival)
  • October 21, 2007 (2007-10-21) (Canada)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

Something Beneath is a 2007 Canadian horror thriller film, directed by David Winning. It stars Kevin Sorbo, Natalie Brown and Brendan Beiser.[1] It is the 5th film in the Maneater Series.


When attendees at an ecological conference begin to report strange happenings, an event coordinator learns the gruesome truth of the matter: a slime-like organism is causing humans to behave in a terrifying manner. Together with a brave priest, she must race against time to evacuate the guests before more fall victim to the horror that lurks beneath them.



The movie was filmed in Winnipeg, Manitoba in November 2006.[2] In a 2007 FearNet interview, Sorbo described it as “sort of a flip back to the ‘50s creature films.[3]


The film premiered on 26 April 2007 as part of the Houston Film Festival and was than chapter of the Rhode Island International Film Festival on 11 August 2007.[4]

Critical reception[edit]

Home media[edit]

It was released on DVD by Genius Entertainment on September 9, 2008.[5]

Something Beneath was released on DVD in Germany February 25, 2010, under the title “Endstation: Angriff aus dem Untergrund”.[6]


  1. ^ DVD Verdict
  2. ^ Hercules Vs. Slime Monster in Something Beneath
  3. ^ FearNet interview with Kevin Sorbo 2007
  5. ^ DVD Talk
  6. ^ Eurovideo German DVD release

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