Cujo

Cujo

Director: Lewis Teague Cast: Dee Wallace, Danny Pintauro, Daniel Hugh Kelly
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Blu-ray (Remastered / Anniversary Edition / Wide Screen)

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Cujo 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The dog in this is well trained. He simulated aggression and attacks nicely. Him attacking men and taring out throats was quite believable. His eyes, however, never looked mad, that a dog can't be trained to fake. Cujo was a very smart Saint-Bernard. He was sweet, loyal, and loved people - especially children. He was a dog anyone would want to pet. Once bitten by a bat, that all changed. He changes by degrees. Slowly he becomes rabid, eventually reaching the point that he'd stalk and attack anyone. Donna and Tad are cornered by Cujo. Trapped in a stalled car by a massive dog with powerful jaws. The risk was more than just being killed. Cujo could infect either of them. This showed rabies in all it's horror.
12345DG More than 1 year ago
Very Scary Moments When Cujo Attacks Tads Mother And Bites her on the leg. Then The Mother Grabs The Gun And Shoots Cujo Down Putting An End To The Dangerous Rabid Dog.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm not going to review the movie, as most will have already. As this is the 25th anniversary edition, I'll review the contents. First: the original DVD of Cujo. It came ONLY in full-screen, and had the movie on the DVD "yup that was about it". So there is no doubt that this edition is better. First of all, the packaging: the movie comes in a standard DVD case, with a MUCH better-looking cover than the first edition's "somewhat" cheezy picture. Going around this standard case is a slip-case that is foggy on the front cover "it is clear on all of the other sides". Printed on the slip-case is the Cujo tag you see around the dogs neck, and the words 25th Anniversary Edition. This is done so the whole front cover is fogged-up except for the title and 25th Anniversary proclamation. Inside the case is an insert that "on one side" has advertisements for other LionsGate films, and "on the other side" the scene titles. The DVD itself: it has an animated menu that is much more detailed, to begin with. Not much else to say, other than the fact that the DVD looks much cooler. Extras: well, you get it in widescreen, first of all! Really, the only other bonus feature "albeit a good one" is a three-part documentary on the making of Cujo. Okay, so the DVD "as a stand-alone" isn't THAT great. But compared to the original release of Cujo, it is a wonderful improvement.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to admit I usually don't dislike movies but I truly wasn't pleased with Cujo. There wasn't enough killing, it just seemed the dog got bitten, he killed a couple people, and then it ended. Don't get me wrong, I didn't expect this to be a bloodbath. Anyways, i gave it 3 stars, anybody else can give it what they want.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Scary, with moments that will leave a lump in your throat.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Their should be a remake.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It really makes you think about how rabies can be spreaded and what it can do to you!
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