Boar Reviews

September 30, 2019
For now, Boar is mostly good fun, but, as with far too many creature features, it ultimately falls flat once the creature is revealed in all its CG non-glory.
July 15, 2019
Sometimes you want to see a man's leg get wrapped in barbed wire before being dragged, screaming into the dark by a giant boar.
July 5, 2019
An exasperating mess, unredeemed even by the grindhouse thrill of copious gorings and disembowelments.
June 14, 2019
Boar is nothing more and nothing less than what it says on the tin: a gruesome creature feature that's as Australian as it gets.
June 7, 2019
With a cast that any genre fan will tune in for, Boar is a great film to watch on the couch with friends and a bunch of beer on hand. I have to score the flick as I would every film, but for a genre creature feature, take the time to watch the film.
June 3, 2019
Boar delivers on laughs, excitement, and one killer animal.
February 25, 2019
Boar does what it needs to do without too much fanfare and you'll either like it for the silly creature feature that it is or be totally indifferent towards it for not being as good as Jaws or King Kong
February 23, 2019
It would have been very easy to say that Chris Sun's Aussie horror film Boar was...something of a bore. I won't go for such a simple pun-fuelled insult, but I will say that Sun has made a right pig's ear out of this outback creature feature.
September 10, 2018
A poor narrative choice makes this film more bore than Boar, but is otherwise an amusing creature feature with gore galore!
September 5, 2018
you can see the title's inherent riskiness playing itself out. For while Boar plainly advertises the big beast to come, it also hints homophonously at an absence of sufficient entertainment to see us through its duration.
August 30, 2018
Boar is broad, silly, gleefully disgusting stuff that takes real pleasure in its excesses. There's subtext to unpack here, but when the mayhem starts, the mayhem is the focus.
August 29, 2018
Boar is a pleasantly unpretentious creature feature blessed with a decent workmanlike script, agreeable performances and a swine of a monster and a significant turnaround for a director whose previous film was an entirely different kind of bore. Oink.