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Old 2nd December 2015, 11:09 AM
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There are so many killer animal movies i could have done a top 50.

Perhaps the fish should have been a separate list from the animals.
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Old 2nd December 2015, 11:14 AM
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Obviously Jaws is the greatest killer animal movie ever, but here is a list of ten other animal features that i love which haven't been mentioned yet.

1 - King Kong (1933)
2 - The Leopard Man (1943)
3 - Wolfen (1981)
4 - Lake Placid (1999)
5 - Pig Hunt (2008)
6 - Burning Bright (2007)
7 - Slugs (1988)
8 - 2 Headed Shark Attack (2012)
9 - Black Sheep (2007)
10 - Crocodile (2000)

Honorable mentions to -

Link (1986)
Piranha 3DD (2012)
Deep Blue Sea (1999)
The Devil Bat (1940)
I was just working on my list (a lot more difficult than I first thought!) and the 1933 version of King Kong sits at the top of mine too.
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Old 2nd December 2015, 11:21 AM
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I have never been related to any insects. So I can shag them when I like.

Se also Empire Of The Ants haha
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Old 2nd December 2015, 11:23 AM
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I was just working on my list (a lot more difficult than I first thought!) and the 1933 version of King Kong sits at the top of mine too.
I was thinking of putting Rats Night of Terror on my list but felt it was going a bit too far.
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Old 2nd December 2015, 11:32 AM
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Here's mine...

1. King Kong (1933)
2. Jaws (1975)
3. The Birds (1963)
4. Q: The Winged Serpent (1982)
5. Grizzly (1976)
6. Long Weekend (1978)
7. Squirm (1976)
8. Day of the Animals (1977)
9. Slugs (1988)
10. The Devil Bat (1940)
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Old 2nd December 2015, 11:47 AM
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Great lists Dem and B_E I have never seen Slugs because I mentioned this before I have a phobia of slugs they turn my stomach. If I saw a slug near someone's mouth I'd be finished
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6 - Burning Bright (2007)
I'm going to give this film a plug.

A girl and her autistic brother are trapped inside a flashy modern house in lock down mode due to a hurricane. The snag is they are trapped inside with a tiger.

This isn't a SyFy Channel original which is CGI'd to death. Burning Bright is a proper film and uses a real Bengal tiger.

Due to this it's all a lot more realistic and there's a genuine sense of menace involved. Burning Bright doesn't attempt to do anything clever, it's a straightforward film with a simple plot and good characterization.

Recommended. (However don't expect a tiger that fights giant robots or large gorillas - it's a real tiger remember).

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I'm going to give this film a plug.

A girl and her autistic brother are trapped inside a flashy modern house in lock down mode due to a hurricane. The snag is they are trapped inside with a tiger.

This isn't a SyFy Channel original which is CGI'd to death. Burning Bright is a proper film and uses a real Bengal tiger.

Due to this it's all a lot more realistic and there's a genuine sense of menace involved. Burning Bright doesn't attempt to do anything clever, it's a straightforward film with a simple plot and good characterization.

Recommended. (However don't expect a tiger that fights giant robots or large gorillas - it's a real tiger remember).


Sounds really interesting Dem cheers for the recommendation.
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Great lists Dem and B_E I have never seen Slugs because I mentioned this before I have a phobia of slugs they turn my stomach. If I saw a slug near someone's mouth I'd be finished
Last week i come home from work and decided to put my work clothes and other stuff in wash, i put some short on knelt down to put my stuff in wash and put my knee on a slug and squished it ,

EW for **** sake i almost freaked out
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Old 2nd December 2015, 12:53 PM
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Last week i come home from work and decided to put my work clothes and other stuff in wash, i put some short on knelt down to put my stuff in wash and put my knee on a slug and squished it ,

EW for **** sake i almost freaked out
What about your top ten animal films gag?
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