YMMV / Dog Soldiers

  • Crazy Awesome: Spoon.
  • Fridge Brilliance: Megan uses the camera flash to blind and distract the werewolves. As she's actually a werewolf and doesn't want to hurt her packmates, it makes sense she'd use a non-lethal Improvised Weapon rather than borrow a firearm from the squaddies.
    • Not really, since she also unloads a whole mag from Browning Hi-Power right into a werewolf few scenes later. While she might be aware it's useless, it's established long by that scene that this particular type of werewolves might be nigh-invulnerable, but that doesn't mean they don't feel pain.
      • Which makes sense as well, given that while she may be working with them, that doesn't mean she doesn't feel anger at them for turning her into one and doesn't mind hurting them non-fatally.
  • Hell Is That Noise: Sarge's section is shocked to find Ryan's camp a bloody mess and have only been given a few cryptic warnings about what happened, which unsettles them further. Then they first hear the werewolf's howling noise off in the distance.
    Spoon: Oh shit.
  • Moral Event Horizon: See Ryan's Establishing Character Moment.
    • Let's not even talk about the family of sentient werewolves' habits and Terry's death.
  • Retroactive Recognition:
    • Game of Thrones fans might now recognise Captain Ryannote .
    • Kevin McKidd as the lead seems much more obvious now than in 2002. Justified, since it was the role that put him in the spotlight.
  • Too Cool to Live: Joe, Spoon and Wells.
  • Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny: The premise is soldiers vs. werewolves.