Baxter
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The French-filmed Baxter is based on the American novel Hell Hound. The title character is a bull terrier, who in the course of the film has many masters--and for good reason. Baxter has been instrumental in the deaths or serious injuries of most of the human beings who've come in contact with him. The dog's latest owner is a young neo-Nazi. nd Baxter makes it quite clear (to the audience at least) what he has in store for this fellow. Don't be misled by the title or the fact that the leading character is a dog with a full range of human emotions; Baxter is not a family film. ~ Hal… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 83%

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"Nominally a black comedy, but is one of those films where the horror of the situation outweighs any desire you have to laugh."
‑ Michael W. Phillips, Jr., Goatdog's Movies
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