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* DeadStarWalking: [[spoiler:Creator/JohnJarratt]], who coincidentally also serves as the DecoyProtagonist.

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* DeadStarWalking: [[spoiler:Creator/JohnJarratt]], who coincidentally also serves as the DecoyProtagonist.


* DeadStarWalking: [[spoiker:Creator/JohnJarrett]], who coincidentally also serves as the DecoyProtagonist.

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* DeadStarWalking: [[spoiker:Creator/JohnJarrett]], [[spoiler:Creator/JohnJarratt]], who coincidentally also serves as the DecoyProtagonist.

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* DeadStarWalking: [[spoiker:Creator/JohnJarrett]], who coincidentally also serves as the DecoyProtagonist.

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* FullBoarAction: As you can tell from the title.


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* AttackOfTheKillerWhatever: The titular antagonist is a feral boar.

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* AttackOfTheKillerWhatever: The titular eponymous antagonist is a feral boar.

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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Robert.]]


'''Boar''' is a 2017 Australian-produced horror film, which revolves around an innocent family of Australians -- step-father Bruce, mother Debbie, daughter Ella, son Bart, and Ella's boyfriend Robert -- heading out for a holiday into the Australian countryside to stay with Debbie's brother Bernie, a farmer in the remote regions. Unbeknownst to all, the region's feral pig population has produced a genetic freak; an enormous boar, big enough to topple cars, which has developed a taste for human flesh. When their paths collide, it becomes a desperate fight for survival.

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'''Boar''' is a 2017 Australian-produced horror film, which revolves around an innocent family of Australians -- step-father Bruce, Bruce (Creator/BillMoseley), mother Debbie, Debbie (Simone Buchanan), daughter Ella, Ella (Christie-Lee Britten), son Bart, Bart (Griffin Walsh), and Ella's boyfriend Robert (Hugh Sheridan) -- heading out for a holiday into the Australian countryside to stay with Debbie's brother Bernie, Bernie (Nathan Jones), a farmer in the remote regions. Unbeknownst to all, the region's feral pig population has produced a genetic freak; an enormous boar, big enough to topple cars, which has developed a taste for human flesh. When their paths collide, it becomes a desperate fight for survival.


* TheCameo: Steve Bisley's character Bob is on screen for about 12 seconds.

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* TheCameo: Steve Bisley's Creator/SteveBisley's character Bob is on screen for about 12 seconds.

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* ParentalSexualitySquick: Ella is visibly grossed out and demands the topic be changed when her mother Debbie starts talking about how she and Bruce (Ella's stepfather) still like to have 'fun'.

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* TheEndOrIsIt: [[spoiler:At the end, the giant boar has been killed and the survivors drive away. However, as their truck pulls out of sight, a second giant pokes its snout of the undergrowth and snorts angrily.]]

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* MakeOutKids: Robert and Ella don't seem to be able to keep their hands off one another for more than 5 seconds. Ella's mother and stepfather are remarkably tolerant of this.


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* ShovelStrike: During the fight at the shed, Bernie attempts to attack the boar with a shovel. This is not successful.

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* CrushingHandshake: Bernie gives one to Robert on first meeting him. Bruce tells Robert he should regard it as his 'welcome to the family'.


* TwistEnding: [[spoiler:After the survivors head back to town, a ''second'' Boar emerges from the darkness, snarling as it watches them go.]]

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* TwistEnding: [[spoiler:After the survivors head back to town, a ''second'' Boar emerges from the darkness, snarling as it watches them go.]]]]
* WeaponStomp: While fighting the boar, Bernie has his hunting knife knocked from his grip. He lunges for it, only to have the boar stomp its trotter down on it before he can reach it.

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* BehindTheBlack: [[spoiler:Robert]] is killed when the boar charges in from off-screen and grabs him in its jaws. However, he is standing in an open field in broad daylight, so either he or the people he is talking to should have seen it coming.

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