Doghouse

Doghouse

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Director: Jake West

Cast: Danny Dyer, Stephen Graham, Noel Clarke

     
 

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This British horror comedy concerns a group of men suffering from midlife crises, who embark on a relaxing country weekend but wind up in a village overrun by psychotic and cannibalistic female creatures.

Overview

This British horror comedy concerns a group of men suffering from midlife crises, who embark on a relaxing country weekend but wind up in a village overrun by psychotic and cannibalistic female creatures.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/12/2010
UPC:
0030306954592
Original Release:
2009
Rating:
NR
Source:
Ifc Independent Film
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:29:00
Sales rank:
34,743

Special Features

Making Of; Bloopers; Deleted Scenes; TV Spots; UK Trailer; IFC Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Danny Dyer Neil
Stephen Graham Vince
Noel Clarke Mikey
Christina Cole Candy
Lee Ingleby Matt
Emily Booth The Snipper
Emil Marwa Actor
Keith-Lee Castle Actor
Terry Stone Actor
Neil Maskell Actor

Technical Credits
Jake West Director,Editor
Ali Asao Cinematographer
Matt Button Production Designer
Dan Schaffer Carnaby Screenwriter
Karl Derrick Special Effects
Mike Diamond Executive Producer
Mark Foligno Executive Producer
Molinare London Executive Producer
Andrew Loveday Executive Producer
Terry Loveday Executive Producer
Mike Loveday Producer
Steve Milne Executive Producer
Billy Murray Executive Producer
Hayley Nebauer Costumes/Costume Designer
Toby Richards Executive Producer
Daniel Schaffer Screenwriter
Deepak Sikka Executive Producer
Terry Stone Executive Producer
Richard Wells Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Doghouse
1. The Boys [6:20]
2. Old King's Head [6:06]
3. On The Road [4:49]
4. Welcome To Moodley [5:09]
5. "She's Not The Only One..." [4:14]
6. Nan's House [4:43]
7. Exit Strategy [6:33]
8. Holed Up [6:11]
9. Diversion Plan [5:04]
10. Feeling Sexy [4:50]
11. Reunited [4:12]
12. Project: Cathouse [6:47]
13. Death In The Mortuary [3:38]
14. Escape [4:26]
15. Mid-Life Crisis [5:17]
16. Going Off-Road [6:53]
17. End Credits [3:31]

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Doghouse 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
APFuchs_CanisterX More than 1 year ago
4.5 out of 5 A group of friends head out to the town of Moodley for a "boys only" weekend in an attempt to get away from their significant others back home and also rediscover themselves. All is well and good. Drinks are had before they left, a fun roadtrip, jokes, ribbing--but everything changes when they find the town of Moodley deserted. Soon it is discovered the only folks left are the women--and they have a deadly appetite for human flesh. Grotesque female monsters send the boys on the run and into a battle for survival in this throwback to classic horror. And that's what really sums up this flick for me: classic horror. Prosthetic monsters, excellent makeup, and good old-fashioned blood and guts, along with a storyline that carried with it a sense of depth ala Shaun of the Dead. This is one of those flicks that are worth watching again because the writing is quite good, with each line feeding off the other--whether subtly or overtly--references to earlier lines/comments, objects and people. Extremely well done. Not only that, but the cast also had great chemistry and created a buddy-horror flick that reminded me a lot of hanging out with my friends back in the glory days of all-night partying and crude jokes (minus the cannibalistic women, of course). The '80s-style soundtrack gave this flick an eerie mood that reminded me of the old Nightmare on Elm Street stuff, really setting the tone. Really happy with this film, and would recommend it in a hot minute. A.P. Fuchs Canister X