DVD – Wild Boar

DVD - Wild Boar


               Genre: Horror
               Village policeman, hunting, wild boar, man-eater
  Once again an animal horror movie, with chic cover motif and stoking expectations dropping like “From the SFX team of Star Wars, The Tempest, and Day After Tomorrow” and “Razorback meets Jaws”. The result is not comparable in the least with those movies. At best, it still takes Razorback, the dirty cult classic is a wild boar run amok in the outback of Australia, which has been discussed elsewhere by the reviewers. The main problem of boar is that the film does not know what he wants to be. Action, Monster Film, Horror, Drama, Comedy – Genremix just does not work if you just throw everything together and vigorously stirred. One of the major creators – director and writer, for example – should just already know what you are doing.

In a small village in the Korean province there were many years no longer a crime. Nothing seems to disturb the idyll. Even Detective Shin (Park Hyuk-kwon), who was straight out of the chaotic herversetzt Seoul, is looking forward to quiet days. But shortly after arriving Shins are found in the forest battered body parts! Soon it is clear who is behind the carnage: a mutant boar plows through the region on the hunt for human flesh. Shin has to face his biggest challenge and cope with the weird inhabitants of the village.

The boar itself seriously from the beginning not in the least increasing, should be basically no problem. Fun splatter may have proved as genre Primus Bad Taste by Peter Jackson, to be very entertaining. But as I said, stumbling over his own claims boar. The indecisiveness never casts a rigor, the figures are often oversubscribed so annoying that it hurts and we do not want to start the synchronization at all. But convincing the monsters-action, but everything here is at an advanced level. Also technically make similar productions as soon boar’s face it. Whether but dialogues such as “Take me with you, I could cook for them or sing.” Are taken seriously? It is not clear. Fortunately, wild boar, the more it goes towards the final, better and better. The pace is increasing, with original ideas and burn injury on the buttocks with priming in the best manner of Rambo III is a fine thing.

In fact, it is the last half hour, keep the boar in front of a total failure. And if one of the two hours runtergestutzt film on crisp 90 minutes, would certainly have been more in it. Making of a Interviewfitzel and round out the DVD.

(Renatus Töpken)

Title: Tusker Original Title: Chaw Country of production: South Korea Year of production: 2009 Length: 117 (min .) Published by: Ascot Elite Home Entertainment format: 16:9 tone / language: Dolby Digital 5.1, German, Korean EAN: (# ) 7613059800984 Extras: interviews, a making of

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