The Werekangaroo (French: Déchaînement de la Werekangaroo, lit. The Rampage of the Werekangaroo, Hebrew: הרוצח קנגורו, lit. Killer Kangaroo) is a 1995 Hebrew-French horror-comedy film, directed by Francis Veber. The movie was shot entirely in Australia, and featured Hebrew and French actors.

The Hebrew actors had their dialogue dubbed into French for the original French release, while the French actors had their dialogue dubbed into Hebrew for the Israel release.

Though the film premiered in 1995 in France, Australia (dubbed in Australian English), and Israel, an English language version was not released in other English-speaking countries until 1998, after Embassy Pictures acquired the American rights to the film for the low price of $5 million.