Tommy Wiseau

Lions, Tigers, and Blood: Garbage classic and John Waters favorite "Roar" mixes melodrama with real life massive scalp lacerations

Lions, Tigers, and Blood: Garbage classic and John Waters favorite 'Roar' mixes melodrama with real life massive scalp lacerations

It's not a good sign when your film opens with a title card proudly informing the audience that it is "with great pride that we display the seal of The American Humane Association. Although some scenes appear to show animals being injured, they were never actually hurt." Over the course of the film's agonizing 102 minutes, "Roar" subjects the viewer to scene after scene of animal attacks that seem so shockingly realistic because most of them really did happen.

Hollywood agent-turned-director and would-be leading man Noel Marshall's cinematic tire fire spent 11 years in production hell before it was unleashed outside of the United States for a few...

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