Day of the Animals (1998) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
“For centuries they were hunted for bounty, fun and food… Now it’s there turn!”
Oh really? Well I must have missed something in the movie because some animal attacks that happened to campers seems like something that is part of the territory if you want to engage in that activity. There are some scenes where hungry animals hit some residences of a town, while not an everyday thing, it’s not unheard of. And now I find out the base of why these attacks some thirty-two later and my memory is jogged somewhat to recall some sort of radiation of such that makes the animals go crazy.
So do we have animals bent of getting their revenge for all the garbage they have been putting up with, or are they unsuspecting victims of some chemical imbalance that causes them the go amok? In the end as things “return to normal” I see a large pack of dogs that were pursuing a family now dead right in the path which the had been charging down. In other places the animals “return to normal” or die off.
Big deal. No revenge for he animal. No major war of humanity against the beasts ensues, just some situations strung together and viola you have a movie. Well even at 12 years old, I was not impressed.
About Day of the Animals (1998)
Starring: Christopher George, Leslie Nielsen, Lynda Day George, Richard Jaeckel, Michael Ansara
Director: William Girdler