Beware of Dog

Watch for the Werewolf Break, because The Beast Must Die is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Review in a Nutshell: The Beast Must Die is a quirky hybrid of murder mystery and werewolf movie with a stellar cast that was filmed at the beautiful Shepperton Studios in England. The film’s salient features are the Werewolf Break and the fact that the werewolf was played by a large, fluffy dog.

This movie contains:

Ground Mics!

Obnoxious House Guests.

Dog on the roof. DOG ON THE ROOF!

Exploding Helicopters.


  1. Eduardo M. says:

    the werewolf break sounds like its alot more fun than a game of “Find the Fish”.

  2. Keith says:

    This is what you’d call “a solid British cast.”

    And any chance I get to link to this picture

  3. Ian says:

    Ah Grand Moff Tarkin. Looks like it’s personal this time.

  4. Eeepe says:

    “You don’t know how hard I found it, loading the elephant gun used to terminate your life.”

    “Woof. Woof.”

    “Mr. Werewolf, before your execution, you will join me at a ceremony that will make this Bourgeois weekend operational. No lupine group will dare oppose Tom Newcliffe now.”

    “Woof, woof.Woof, woof, woof. Woof”

  5. RobotBastard says:

    So it’s not so much “star studded”, as it is full of what Fametracker would call “Hey It’s That Guy” actors.

  6. Jeff Tatarek says:

    M.O.M. gets bonus points for “dog in a ghillie suit”.

  7. Eduardo M. says:

    Goob, would you or MOM mind if I used “dog in a ghillie suit” as one of the choices for a possible title for my autobiography. I’ll give you both full credit if I pick it.

  8. Jeremy says:

    Oh come on, Peter Cushing’s been a lot more than just a guy in Star Wars. How about he’s been DOCTOR WHO and he’s been in countless horror movies from Hammer, oh yeah, and THE MUMMY.

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