Dog Soldiers (2002)
Six soldiers. Full moon. No chance ... Personally I wouldn't classify this as a true horror, it needs its own Genre (a new breed of horror), make no mistake I got a fair amount of scares but at the same time they were well balanced by a good amount of laughs. Probably for the first time we see some really believable werewolves, our characters are well defined and its all followed up by a superbly written witty script. Kevin as awesome as ever in the role of Pvt Cooper truly a must for any avid fan.
There was talk of a Sequel call "Fresh meat," however it was not going to be written and directed by Neil Marshall. Kevin's character Pvt Cooper was to be a part of the storyline. When we asked Kevin about this production he confirmed to us that this Sequel is not going to happen (see Updates). Read more about Fresh Meat Here
I found a few intersting things while searching on the Net and wanted to share them with you
Set Production : the exteriour set was built on location in Luxemborg, the interor was constucted in the studio. Here are some photos of the set, with full explaination
Cooper: Ever wondered why the best thing that superglue sticks
together is your fingers? Forget your grandmas china cups - this
stuff was developed for the Vietnam war to patch up broken
ever wondered if this was true read here
snip from Neil Marshall's BBC interview read full article here
Kevin McKidd also worked well as the hero.
Kevin was totally bowled over that we offered him this, as he normally plays serious parts. His agent said, "You don't want to do anything daft like a werewolf movie", but he said he quite fancied it as it could be fun, so his attitude was just perfect from the start. He was a dream to work with, like Sean.