Roar clip

In footage from Jurassic World, we see Chris Pratt riding a motorcycle amongst a pack of velociraptors. But the raptors are just CG creations; while the image is cool, it’s not actually dangerous to create. In the movie Roar, there’s a sequence where a guy rides a motorcycle through a pack of lions and tigers, and it’s the real deal.

Roar is the film which featured producer Noel Marshall (The Exorcist), his wife Tippi Hedren (The Birds) and Hedren’s young daughter Melanie Griffith (Working Girl) amongst a giant pack of big cats. Make that untrained big cats. This film was crazy dangerous to make, and arguably just a dumb idea. Watching it leads to a strange feeling — you’re seeing something that by all rights should not exist. We’ve got an exclusive Roar clip that shows off that motorcycle scene, which gives you an idea of just how bizarre this movie gets.

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Roar trailer

“No animals were harmed in the making of this movie. 70 members of the cast and crew were.” That’s the most eye-catching tagline we’ve seen in years, and it is for the movie Roar, originally released in 1981 and set to return to theaters via Drafthouse Films in April. The Roar trailer will give you a good first look at the movie, and probably make you wonder who was insane enough to make it. Read More »