Willem Dafoe has such a strange resume. He has so many memorable roles mixed in with dog shit like Antichrist that I am always apprehensive about watching films where he is the leading man. I will admit that the plot of this film looks very intriguing and the story of the Tasmanian Tiger has always been something I have had interest in. This film in a way reminds me of another underrated film called The Ghost and the Darkness. I hope this film has that same deep storytelling that made The Ghost and the Darkness so enjoyable. The additional of Sam Neill lends more credibility to this film and gives me hope that it will be a hit and not a miss. What do you guys think of Dafoe as a leading man?