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Beast Masters: The 10 Best Animal Attack Movies

Beast Masters The 10 Best Animal Attack Movies

There have been countless movies about animals attacking humans, which have been plagued by some of the most iconic scenes in cinema. To celebrate this theme, we’re looking at 10 of the best films to watch and gain knowledge on how to survive an attack.” The article is going to discuss the top 10 animal attack movies that you should watch if you want to learn some tips on how to avoid being mauled by a wild animal while out in your backyard or walking down a dark street late at night.

The 10 Most Popular Animal Attack Movies.

 

1) The Omen (1976)

2) Alligator (1980)

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3) Alone in the Dark (2005)

4) Young Guns (1988)

5) Jaws (1975)

6) Grizzly (1996) 

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7) Bambi (1942)

8) The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1993)

9) Stampede (1976) 

10) Reindeer Games (2000)

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Let’s See Why They Are So Popular Amongst Modern Audiences?

10) Reindeer Games (2000) 

 

This film is set in Alaska, where two friends encounter a religious cult that follows a “prophet” who believes hunting reindeer for sport is acceptable, as long as it’s done ethically. The movie follows the protagonists as they try to escape the cult and kill their leader, who wants to sacrifice the two friends to a pack of wolves. A movie about being hunted by reindeer isn’t going to be taken seriously, but there is plenty of realistic information that can be gained from watching this movie. The most important thing you will learn from Reindeer Games is how to survive an attack from a reindeer—which I’m sure many people were wondering about all along.

9) Stampede (1976) 

 

This suspenseful thriller follows a group of young men who set out to ride the wild horses and shoot them in the head with a .22. This movie is filled with gruesome scenes where men are bitten, smashed, and crushed by the enraged animals. It is one of those movies that can be watched in a dark room with the sound down and still provide plenty of entertainment. The key thing you will learn from watching Stampede is how to defend yourself against an attack from a wild animal by taking out your hunting rifle, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

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8) The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1993) 

 

 The Lost World: Jurassic Park is a follow-up to the 1993 classic film, Jurassic Park. It follows the events after the dinosaurs escape their paddock and roam free on a tropical island. This movie is filled with many scenes where dinosaurs attack humans, and it seems like nothing can stop them—unless you’re a gun with a few bullets left. The key thing you will learn from watching this movie is how to survive an animal attack by quickly roping yourself off, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

7) Bambi (1942) 

 

 This is a classic Disney movie that tells the story of a young deer growing up in the forest. It is one of the first films to take place in a forest, showing the young animal’s struggles as he tries to learn how to survive in the wild. This film is filled with many scenes where Bambi encounters a wolf or tiger and has to fend for himself. The man who shot Bambi once said that this is one of the most realistic scenes in all of cinema. The key thing you will learn from watching Bambi is how to protect yourself from an animal attack by killing it, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

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6) Grizzly (1996) 

 

This classic film tells the story of an insurance investigator who goes to a mountain resort to investigate a series of bear attacks on campers. The main character begins to suspect that the bear attacks are not natural but caused by a group of mysterious “bear catchers”. He begins to suspect that the bear catchers are out to kill the campers for their money. This movie is full of scenes where grizzly bears attack humans and bite off their limbs. The key thing you will learn from watching this movie is how to defend yourself against an animal attack by using your pocket knife, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

5) Jaws (1975) 

 

 This is one of the first films to portray sharks as man-eating monsters and changed the way people viewed swimming in the ocean forever. The three main characters in this film encounter a giant shark after it follows them into a small fishing town and begins its reign of terror by eating swimmers and boaters indiscriminately. The key thing you will learn from watching Jaws is how to deal with a shark attack by using a harpoon gun, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

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4) Young Guns (1988) 

 

This Western parody movie follows four famous gunfighters on their quest for more money and fame. The main characters encounter a gang of ruthless outlaws known as the “Harvesters”, who are planning on stealing one of their rare gold coins from an Old West town. The movie follows the wide range of firearms that these good guys possess and how they use them to try and fight off the outlaws and protect their town. The key thing you will learn from watching this movie is how to use a gun to fight off an animal attack, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

3) Alone in the Dark (2005) 

 

This movie follows a group of literary enthusiasts who travel to a small, remote island in the north Atlantic Ocean. The main characters find themselves trapped in a village that was abandoned over 100 years ago, and they begin to investigate the reason for its abandonment. This movie is full of gory scenes where monsters attack humans and tear them apart. The key thing you will learn from watching this movie is how to defend yourself against an animal attack by setting monsters on fire with kerosene, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

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2) Alligator (1980) 

 

 This film follows the story of a group of construction workers who encounter an enormous alligator while they are building a new sewer system in the city. The main character quickly realizes that the alligator is killing people in the sewers and he sets out to destroy it before it can kill again. This movie is full of scenes where humans are attacked and killed by an alligator, and it is one of those movies that you can watch over and over again. The key thing you will learn from watching Alligator is how to defend yourself against an animal attack by trapping a gator in a sewer, which I’m sure many people have done in real life as well.

1) The Omen (1976)

 

 This film tells the story of a young boy who discovers that he was adopted after being told he was born six months after his mother’s death. After he is picked up by a childless couple, the boy begins to suspect that they are Satanists and are trying to kill him. As he tries to protect himself from his new family, he soon discovers that they were not as evil as they appeared. This film was so popular that it spawned a sequel called “The Omen II: The Awakening” which was also directed by Richard Donner and stars Gregory Peck in his final film role. The highlight of this movie is when you see little Damien make a chilling speech after being told that the devil is standing over him. This movie is full of scenes where Damien encounters demons and has to fend for himself against them.

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