Wild Beasts may not be the best nature-attacks film because of its muddled themes, but the animal scenes have all the suspense and dread of a real-life encounter - because they were real. This Blu-Ray from Severin Films gets excellent treatment with a great transfer and a host of special features.
The Good
Real large animals used in dangerous stunts
Great-looking transfer and two audio tracks
Solid number of special features, over 80 minutes
The Bad
Muddled themes don't sell Prosperi's eco-horror idea
Real animal violence
Somewhat dim picture due to nighttime scenes

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