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Release The Hounds of Terror: A Movie Review

31 December 2012 4:00 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*full disclosure: an online screening of this film was provided by Midnight Releasing. Directors: Maurizio del Piccolo, Roberto del Piccolo, and Trevor Gittings. Writer: Roberto del Piccolo. Cast: Andy Callaghan, John Doughty, David Drew, Alice Knapton, Nasif Malik, Maddie Moate, Danny Shayler, Paul Tonkin, and Vicky Vatchers. Tagline: "Survival depends on the right choice." The Hounds is an indie co-production. This title is both British and Italian, with the film shot in the United Kingdom. The Hounds deals with criminal activity and the cliched camping-trip-gone-wrong scenario. However, Roberto del Piccolo's writing style keeps much of the film's premise in mystery, while the trio of directors keeps everything visually interesting. The Hounds is a competently shot film that will satisfy most indie horror fans. The film begins with two stories. The main story involves three friends, Sarah (Maddie Moate), Jake (David Drew) and David (Paul Tonkin), on a road trip. »

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