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Zach Sly over 3 years ago
Just your standard low budget werewolf home invasion movie; exactly what you'd expect.
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
I enjoyed this for the black humor and the werewolves.
Greg Ambler almost 8 years ago
Not very well-known, but a great modern horror flick.
James Sadler almost 8 years ago
My favourite it's-all-about-the-banter black comedy of all time. And Sean Pertwee.
Peter Renshaw almost 8 years ago
'Know what this reminds me of? Rourke's Drift... Balls of British steel.'
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Abu Dabu over 6 years ago
Dog Soldiers is a 2002 British horror film written and directed by Neil Marshall, and starring Kevin McKidd, Sean Pertwee and Liam Cunningham. It was a British production, set in the highlands of Scotland, and filmed almost entirely in Luxembourg. The film contains homages to H.G. Wells, the films The Evil Dead, Zulu, Aliens, The Matrix and Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan. A couple is camping in the Scottish Highlands, the woman gives the man a silver letter opener as a present, shortly before they are attacked and killed in their tent by an unseen attacker. In North Wales, Private Cooper is running through a forest. He attacks his pursuers, but is overwhelmed. Cooper was trying to join the special forces, but fails when he refuses to obey Captain Richard Ryan's command to shoot a dog. He is returned to unit. Four weeks later, a squad of six British army soldiers, including Cooper, is dropped into the Scottish Highlands. Expecting to carry out a routine training mission, they find the...
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