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Little Dead Rotting Hood
     

Little Dead Rotting Hood

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Director: Jared Cohn,

Cast: Eric Balfour, Bianca Santos, Romeo Miller

 
Bianca A. Santos stars in this horror thriller as a sinister force in the woods devouring wolves, and eventually people, on the outskirts of a small town. ~ Daniel Gelb

Overview

Bianca A. Santos stars in this horror thriller as a sinister force in the woods devouring wolves, and eventually people, on the outskirts of a small town. ~ Daniel Gelb

Product Details

Release Date:
01/05/2016
UPC:
0883476150246
Original Release:
2015
Rating:
NR
Source:
Asylum
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:29:00
Sales rank:
9,803

Special Features

cc The making of Little Dead Rotting Hood VFX: before & after Gag reel Trailers

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Little Dead Rotting Hood
1. Little Dead [:00]
2. Dead Alive [:00]
3. Wolf Night [:00]
4. Herding The Sheep [:00]
5. Wolf Hunt [:00]
6. Return Of Red [:00]
7. The Legend [:00]
8. Stranger [:00]
9. Twist [:00]
10. Cape And Sword [:00]
11. Den Mother [:00]
12. Missing Person [:00]

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Little Dead Rotting Hood 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KimHeniadis 6 months ago
I was flipping through Netflix, and saw that Eric Balfour was in this movie, since I have enjoyed everything I’ve seen him in, I decided to give this one a watch. If you are afraid of dogs (that were supposed to be wolves), you will probably not like this one. For the most part, when they were attacking, it actually looked real. And when they showed their teeth and were snarling/growling, yea, that could freak someone out with a dog phobia. The acting was pretty good, and the storyline was believable (for a horror movie). The gore was also decent, nothing really extravagant. The one part that I didn’t feel was needed for the movie was to have the sheriff’s kids come to town. Nothing much happened to them that added to the movie. They didn’t get kidnapped or killed, and the one scene that involved the girl and a wolf, really didn’t add anything. When the monster wolf changed back to human, the transformation was pretty cool. You could see the multiple teats, which I don’t really remember often seeing on other werewolf movies. If you enjoy werewolf movies, I would say to give this one a watch.