a very good movie set in the ighlands of i think it was Scotland. a squad of army boys is sent on a training mission, but a pack of hungry wearwolves soon gets on their trail. they catch up to the humans, and wackyness ensues.
very good very violent and gory and totaly british (i mean in slang, seeing as it's a sqaud of brits) worth a look.
Dog Soldiers (which is Australin for "you, by law, can not be under the age of 15 if u wanna watch this)
"Aiiiigh - they won't fit!" "Of COURSE they'll fucking fit!"
The werewolves look like they came from the Doctor Who Monster Factory, but the movie is tons of fun nonetheless, particularly for its wicked sense of humor. If nothing else, watch it just for the scene near the end when Spoon (one of the soldiers) uses anything and everything in a country farmhouse's kitchen to defend himself...
"When WCW tries to be racy, it's generally about as light-heartedly entertaining as watching a man rape a woman in a chicken yard." -- Dark Cheetah
There have been some pretty good horror coming out in the past year....Dog Soldiers, May (creepy as all hell), 28 days later, FvsJ, Cabin Fever looks hella sweet, Romero's 4th dead movie is supposedly ready to go...only that piece of shit that James Gunn is trying to pass off as a remake of Dawn of the Dead REALLY REALLY irks me, man I would pay money to get Gunn and Kyle Snyder into a room w/ Tom Savini and Romero and watch Savini beat the living crap out of both them for ruining in my opinion the best horror movie of all time.
Nope, I dug up the original text review on AICN. I didn't know that Knowles had ever been on Ebert's show -- it's hard for me to believe that both of them would fit on-screen at the same time. How far back did they have to pull the camera?