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DOG SOLDIERS (2002) Review

Directed by Neil Marshall
Written by Neil Marshall
Starring Sean Pertwee, Kevin McKidd, Liam Cunningham, Emma Cleasby

I’d heard good things about DOG SOLDIERS, but had never seen the film until recently. 842 more words

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Doomsday (2008)

When a virulent and lethal plague breaks out in Scotland, the country is promptly quarantined and abandoned to its own fate. Three decades later a military unit is sent in to investigate the possibility of a cure when the virus reappears in the ghettos of London. 210 more words


Dog Soldiers (2002)

A squad of British soldiers on manoeuvres in the Scottish Highlands are ambushed by a pack of werewolves.

Neil Marshall’s knowing homage to the werewolf movie cleverly combines the myth with other horror formulae to create what is essentially An American Werewolf In London crossed with Predator. 144 more words


The Descent (2006)

While potholing in an unexplored network of caves, six women are set upon by a race of subterranean creatures. And well, that’s it.

Neil Marshall seems to have set out his stall by making a living ripping off Predator, this film being the follow up to the hugely enjoyable but similarly derivative Dog Soldiers. 152 more words


Dog Soldiers (2002) - 2016 Film-a-Day 97

Dog Soldiers is a ridiculously fun movie filled with violence and foul-mouthed language that delivers exactly what it should.

The story of Dog Soldiers is a simple one… whilst on a training mission a group of soldiers are attacked by werewolves and must fight together in order to survive. 304 more words

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Centurion (2010)

The last survivors of a Roman garrison wiped out by the Pict warriors whose lands they have invaded attempt to reach friendly territory with a war party in hot pursuit. 162 more words


My 100 Favourite Films In Review, Number 93 - Centurion

93 – Centurion:

Unsolved mysteries, don’t ya just love ‘em? History is full of these little loose ends that we have no record of. Things that are just forgotten over time and eventually become lost. 3,788 more words

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