Night of the Wild


Action / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 100%
IMDb Rating 3 10 467


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Tristin Mays as Rosalyn
Rob Morrow as Dave
Dylan Vox as Seth
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636.38 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
P/S 0 / 7
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23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
P/S 2 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by djmrmusic 1 / 10

BAD even by Asylums standards!

I am a twisted individual that watches all Asylum Movies, more times than not they are so bad that I enjoy them... THIS is NOT one of them.

there is NO plot and NO story line, A meteor lands and turn all the dogs into man eating (I'd say monsters, but they are still just) dogs...

then it's just 90 minutes of dogs trying to eat/kill people.

there is no explanation, no reason, no conclusion, it's just a really bad movie.

again, I am a FAN of Asylum movies, but THIS is just complete garbage, do not waste your time, there is NOTHING see hear unless you like to see dogs attack humans for 90 minutes...

That is literally all this movie is... LITERALLY!!

Reviewed by rushknight 4 / 10

That's a lotta mutts!

By Asylum's standards, this movie is a triumph. Since almost all Asylum films feature terrible CGI and brazenly atrocious acting, this film sets itself somewhat apart as it is a bit higher quality.

I didn't say it was good. Just better than the average Asylum feature. Asylum movies are characterized by a formulaic construction using an outlandish plot, poor acting, egregious errors in common sense, and insultingly horrific computer animation.

So what did "Night of the Wild" bring us? Outlandish plot. Check. We got it here. A meteorite crashes, causing all the canines from every quaint little hamlet in the county to converge upon one little town and maul every happy citizen with a sleeve. Great, I love it. It's nice to see that the townsfolk won't let a few glowing rocks from the heavens stop them from going about their town-ish business.

Then comes the acting. Absolutely sub par, but not to the point of being distracting from the movie's action. I'm traditionally very easy on the actors of such films since I don't think anyone can really save a bad movie movie by eloquently delivering poorly written dialogue. What it comes down to is staying in character, and the actors managed it well enough. I'm sure others here will be happy to rip the acting apart, but frankly I don't see much to comment on here one way or the other.

Next, we get some absolutely ridiculous distortions of common sense. I mean of course that the characters, when faced with disaster, seem to choose the most obviously insipid course of action available to them, every time, without fail. For many viewers of this genre, herein lies our blessed entertainment.

Lastly, the aforementioned terrible CGI. I'm happy to report that for most of the movie, this element is lacking almost entirely. It seems that when faced with a plot line that does not involve mutated fusions of various reptiles and sea creatures, hideously gooey and slimy otherworldly visitors, spectacularly impossible or improbable natural catastrophes and/or large robots, the Asylum studio has enough presence of mind to actually reject hastily constructed and unconvincing computer animation.

Or so I had hoped.. Unfortunately by the end of the film it became apparent that the budget was running short and they had to finish the movie in a hurry, so they filmed the car ride and the plane ride in a studio (you never get to see the vehicles moving), recycled and misplaced a scene or two (the blood and makeup mysteriously vanished for about 8 seconds), and then finally surrendered to the urge to do what they do best: add some hastily constructed and unconvincing computer animation. A patchwork finish if I've ever seen one.

(Spoiler, the ending credits are apparently ashamed of themselves because they zip up at a truly confounding speed. I knew I should have taken that speed-reading course in college.)

Altogether the movie was still entertaining, and in my humble opinion a good move in the right direction for the Asylum studio. It earns one of my higher Asylum movie scores.

More please.

Reviewed by quincytheodore 3 / 10

A pack of silly characters and clumsily animated beasts.

As though being B-movie low budget horror isn't challenging enough, Night of the Wild opts for canine cast for its monstrosity. Animal use in cinema must be handled delicately, and it's certainly not a level of polish this movie has. Meanwhile, the on-screen characters are ridiculously superficial which makes the production seems more incapable of delivering any convincing scene either with beast or men.

A quiet small town is changed by a fallen meteor, now all the domesticated animals act strangely and violently. The least shallow human character is the main female Rosalyn (Tristin Mays), there's an effort to create backstory on this girl. She also performs well with the dog, but the silly script often relies on repetitive unimaginative running back and forth, thus making her like random sorority girl for most of the time.

The rest is a jumbled mess of shrieking and absolute abysmal acting. It's apparent that the scenes with dogs are pasted in without much consideration. This flaw especially rings true when they have to do a continuous scene. Characters would scream in terror, walk casually or initiates awkward conversations, then resumes the supposed extreme condition with misplaced calmness.

The poor editing even makes the scene disorientating as though they place the sequences incorrectly. People would fall over or get munched suddenly, then the blood would be on the wrong side, and there's a delay on their reaction. It's even worse when the said characters make such stupid decisions, there's not a hint of working common sense at play here, a remarkable example of poor acting combined with insipid script.

This is almost like watching a badly programmed AI in video game where they wander off into random places and mumble some poorly scripted line, oblivious on their impending doom. At half way through it becomes tedious run across mindless screaming and barking, with some blood sprinkled here and there.

Night of the Wild is a dull showing of laughable acting skill and unremarkable monster in dogs painted with fake blood, which disintegrates further into nonsensical noises and howls.

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