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.

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8 Responses

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

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

    And any chance I get to link to this picture

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

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

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

  7. 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. 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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