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Great thrownback to 80's creature features.
This movie was too cliche & predictable, not to mention there were too many characters left undeveloped. You never find our where the monster/animal came from, the entire movie is just gruesome shots of this corny animal ripping the characters guts open. Also many stupid and unnecessary deaths. Ending is dissapointing and not delivered well although it is a cliche horror movie. Saving grace was Liz Gilles, because she is an amazing actress in everything else she does.
Engaging enough, but ultimately it's just another run-of-the-mill creature feature.
i liked it a lot and i love liz gillies in it
It's got its weak and its strong points, the weak ones being the character and story development, which is a little too thin, as well as the acting being dull, depending on the actors. It also brings nothing new to the horror genre, and borrows, heavily, elements from different horror flicks. But, if you're a fan of cheesy creature features, then Animal should satisfy you, bringing you all the nasty gore and cheesy special effects to make for a little guilty pleasure. If you're curious enough, check it out !!
want to see it really badly
Another garbage 'horror' movie, in which the characters have things like a crowbar, wooden boards with nails, and fire, but they can't figure out how to use any of those things to say... kill the animal that trapped them in a cabin.
Very similar to another creature feature in Feast, Animal is your usual get lost in the woods then encounter some sort of beast that chases everyone down and eats them. It's not as good as Feast but it's not bad. Plus Keke Palmer and Liz Gillies is in it for quite a bit ð???. All in all, its an enjoyable watch
If you can say nothing else about it, you have to give this movie credit, the preverbal 'Animal' in the film is truly unique. In a world full of vampires, werewolves, and zombies it's nice to get this Chupacabra-like monster which serves as our titular 'animal.'
Outside of that, nothing really stands out. The cast is made up of mostly ex-Nickelodeon starlets, and the characters are about as average as most B-grade monster movie characters are. But like I said, those creature animatronics are great. If nothing else, I hope the people who brought it to life have a long a fruitful career ahead of them.
The film starts off with a fun idea and a slow-build, but eventually becomes lazy and rushed towards the final act, almost as if all the characters it has set-up doesn't matter. You are better off skipping this.