The Canyon

October 23, 2009 0 By Fans
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A survival story about a honeymooning couple who get lost in the wide expanse of the Grand Canyon.

Release Year: 2009

Rating: 5.7/10 (1,745 voted)

Richard Harrah

Stars: Eion Bailey, Yvonne Strahovski, Will Patton

A survival story about a honeymooning couple who get lost in the wide expanse of the Grand Canyon.


Eion Bailey

Nick Conway

Yvonne Strahovski

Lori Conway

(as Yvonne Strahowski)

Will Patton


Wendy Worthington

Motel Manager

Andrea Marcellus


Christopher Sweeney


Solomon Loop

Helicoptor Pilot

(as Soloman Loop)

Ed Tracey

Helicoptor Pilot #2

Surviving is just the beginning

Release Date: 23 October 2009

Filming Locations: Antelope Canyon, Utah, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $10,000,000


Opening Weekend: $1,785
(25 October 2009)
(2 Screens)

Gross: $1,785
(25 October 2009)

Technical Specs




When the Guide gets bitten by rattlesnakes and the 'mules' are scared, it shows horses running (and naying) away. When he finds a 'mule' it is back to being a mule.


[first lines]

Hey, were going to make it.

Not if you don't slow down.

Grand Canyon by sunrise, remember?

How can I forget.

User Review

An entertaining, but not very memorable, thriller

Rating: 7/10

The only reason I was interested in watching The Canyon was the
presence of actress Yvonne Strahovski, who is brilliant as Agent Walker
in Chuck, one of my favorite TV programmes.However, The Canyon ended up
being an entertaining thriller with decent performances and a generally
good rhythm, although it is not very memorable.

The screenplay from The Canyon does not offer too many surprises, but
it produces an adequate level of suspense and tension thanks to its
good structure.One of the fails I found on this movie is that I think a
few scenes could have easily been deleted from the movie, not because
they are boring, but because they add nothing to the story and they
break the rhythm a little bit.And then, the characters make some stupid
decisions and they occasionally do not behave naturally.

However, in spite of its fails, The Canyon deserves a recommendation as
a competent thriller, which may not be highly memorable, but at least
is entertaining.