MovieWeb is giving away the shocking, controversial, strange and humorous, Incident At Loch Ness which dives deep into the age-old mystery of Loch Ness and its most famous denizen, the elusive dinosaur purported to live in its dark waters.

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Put all fears aside and embark on a voyage most have been too terrified to make, with acclaimed director Werner Herzog at the helm (Nosferatu, What Dreams May Come), he and his brave crew are set to uncover the truth behind the legend in this “clever and amusing mockumentary” (New York Post) that is the brainchild of acclaimed writer/director/producer Zak Penn (X2: X-Men United, Behind Enemy Lines, Elektra). Featuring audio commentary from Penn and Herzog, commentary by Penn and friends, deleted scenes with optional commentary and 13 Easter Eggs, Incident At Loch Ness is a “refreshing sideways glance, a prankish turn by one of the world’s great filmmakers and a clever exercise by Penn in the punking of an audience” (JAM! Movies).


Presented in Dolby Surround 5.1, the Incident At Loch Ness DVD features audio commentary from writer/director/producer Penn and Herzog, commentary by Penn and friends, deleted scenes with optional commentary and 13 Easter Eggs. Incident At Loch Ness is presented is 1.85:1 aspect ratio.


In the summer of 2003, acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog set out to make a documentary about Scotland’s infamous Loch Ness. The production ground to a halt after a boating accident just weeks into shooting. Charges of mismanagement and even criminally negligent behavior were leveled in multiple directions. In the ensuing legal fracas, a series of startling film clips made their way onto the Internet. The footage was purported to be the clearest ever taken of the elusive Loch Ness monster, but it was accompanied by claims of a hoax. The answer as to the origin and validity of these clips remains unclear. Shocking, controversial and strangely humorous, the film raises many questions about where reality ends and fiction begins. It is also the portrait of a great adventurer on his most bizarre and tragic quest.

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