10 Extreme Animal Attack Movies To Watch Before ‘Cocaine Bear’

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Although nothing may match an angry bear from ingesting ridiculous amounts of cocaine, many films throughout history have shown the untamed nature of animals. Some of these movies are funny, some of them scare us to death, but they are all amazing in one way or another.

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These films show the dark side – or at least the fictional dark side – of animals. Whether it’s something as irresponsible as sharks flying through Los Angeles in scuba diving or violent gray wolves in the Alaskan mountains, these films strike a chord within us. makes us feel both scared and excited at the thought of what these animals can really do.

‘Jaws’ (1975)

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With one of the most recognizable film scores in film history, jaw iTruly a film to contend with the best. Tells the story of a killer shark out for blood in the small New England town of Amity Island. The shark attacks come, and the carnage is unfortunately terrible.

With an amazing team of Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfussand Robert Shaw, Jaws was truly the first of its kind on such a large scale. The film even held the title of the highest grossing film of all time – until Star wars he was released two years later. It’s an interesting and scary movie that might make you think twice before going swimming at night.

‘The Birds’ (1963)

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At the time, and even today, most people would make fun of this idea for an animal attack film, because it seems to be the opposite of scary. A bunch of birds just don’t seem like anything but a little inconvenience and the need for a regular car wash. But Alfred Hitchcock he showed the world how terrifying birds can be.

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In 1963, Hitchcock showed the world that even something as silly as birds can be the most terrifying thing we’ve ever seen. After a series of violent and unexplained bird attacks in the Northern California town of Bodega Bay. The film has made such a lasting impact on the world of cinema that in 2016, The Birds was selected for preservation in the United States Library of Congress.

‘Sharknado’ (2013-2018)

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When an incredibly strong set of freak bikers started raising deadly sharks in water spouts and flooding the city of Los Angeles, the thing was really terrible. Shark was born Despite sounding too bad to be true, this film series has been popular enough to spawn over half a dozen films and spin-offs since 2013.

With John Ziering and Tara Reid like the main characters of the series, there is never a dull moment. This too-silly-to-be-true movie series is very funny and wild and maybe even a little crazy. At the same time, though, it’s one of the most enjoyable pieces of comedy you’ll ever see!

Piranha 3D (2010)

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The year was 2010, and Piranha 3d released as a semi-remake of the 1978 dark comedy classic, Piranha. Elizabeth Shue, Adam Scott, Jerry O’Connell, Ving Rhames, Christopher Lloydand Richard Dreyfus were the forces behind this incredible success at the box office.

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After an earthquake in Arizona, the floor of a lake is split open, releasing a prehistoric piranha into the lake, causing Spring Break to be destroyed. Like Jaws, partygoers refuse to heed the management’s wisdom until the piranhas start eating everyone, then a wild and wild frenzy breaks out and if the situation continues.

‘The Gray’ (2011)

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In this epic film of non-stop content and action, several questions about our own abilities, strengths and weaknesses come before us. Liam Neeson leads the charge as a sharpshooter who makes a living by killing gray wolves that threaten oil drillers in Alaska. While flying home, however, his plane crashes, and he leads the survivors through a dangerous journey.

along with Neesonthis movie has an amazing cast Frank Grillo, Dermot Mulroney, Dallas Robertsand Joe Anderson. The high burden of The Greytogether with the very emotional acting makes for an extremely enjoyable viewing experience.

‘Beast’ (2002)

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There’s nothing hokey or silly about this movie, but it deserves a mention, nonetheless. A man (Idris Elba) takes his two daughters on holiday to South Africa to try to reconnect after a difficult breakup. While there, they meet a wildlife biologist friend (Sharlto Copley) to tour the Mopani Reserve to see the wildlife. When they meet a lion who seems to be mischievous, everything goes wrong.

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Through a series of brutal attacks, the group escapes the hungry lion just long enough for some help from an unlikely group to arrive, but will that really be enough? This heartfelt, suspenseful film will keep you on the edge of your seat, and Elba is truly amazing as a father doing anything and everything to save his daughters.

‘Crawl’ (2019)

Drag Really a combination of the worst things happening all together. There are floods, there are hurricanes, there are looters, and there are deadly crocodiles. What more could they throw into this? Literally everything that can go wrong, does go wrong.

Kaya Scodelario stars like Haley Keller, a college swimmer, looking up to her father (Pepper Barry) as a category 5 hurricane bore down on his home in Florida. Floods, crocodiles, looters, and being trapped in the house’s crawl space all lead to amazing rescues and suspenseful moments. The film received generally positive reviews, and is well worth seeing.

‘Squirm’ (1976)

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In what may be one of the most shocking animal attack movies of all time, in Scour, we’re treated to the incredibly weird idea of ​​bloodworms being transformed by a downed power line. Yes, that’s as weird as it sounds, but it’s also amazing.

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Although both the acting and production of the film received less than stellar reviews upon its release in 1976, it has become something of a cult classic. Over the years, it has been mentioned in various media, including a 1999 episode of Mystery Science 3000 Theater. While this isn’t the scariest movie ever, it does have moments of unvarnished horror.

‘The Blue Ocean’ (1999)

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Unlike the natural horror that Jaws, with The Deep Blue Seawe come across a group of scientists researching and testing sharks in the hope of finding a cure for Alzheimer’s – a complete recipe for disaster, as no genetic experiment goes right in a movie.

When the sharks being tested on them become smarter and more deadly, as the scientists engineer their brains to increase in size. With Saffron Burrows, Thomas Jane, LL Cool Jand Samuel L. Jacksonthis movie dives deep into excitement and adventure right out of the gate, and shows that we should never be bashing sharks – because they will mess back.

‘The Shallows’ (2016)

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Like Deep Blue Sea, in The Arts, we encounter a shark with too much information for humanity to survive. Nancy Adams (Blake Lively), on vacation in Mexico and while surfing, comes across a great white shark that attacks and injures her. After being forced to spend the night, injured and scared, sleeping on a reef, she has to find out how to get out the shark.

There are plenty of moments of great scares, as well as several big laughs to be had (she did, of course, name a seagull “Steven Seagull”, after all). In the end, this film delivers thrilling moments of action, adventure, and sheer terror. While it’s a really entertaining movie, it might make you second-guess yourself the next time you surf.

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