Dog Soldiers (2002)
A British squad is sent into the highlands of Scotland to take part in a training mission. What's supposed to be a routine exercise, turns into a fight for their lives as they're up against viscous Werewolves.
Neil Marshall who directed this, also was in charge on "The Descent" which I loved, so I decided to check DS out. With a low-budget, the makers did as great job of building suspense throughout. The Werewolves themselves look sweet, big hairy unstoppable killing machines, as they should be. The action is fast paced, there's plenty of blood and gore to go around so there's never a dull moment. They also did a very nice job building up the characters so you actually care when they die. A feat a lot of modern horror movies forget. Not very original but a lot of fun all the same.