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Fred Olen Ray
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Gila von Weitershausen
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Well I guess you have to be careful about movies you get 5 for $10 at Albertson's...but even so, you would think a movies a movie called Hellhounds of Alaska would contain some sizzlin' dog attack action, especially when the cover of the DVD has a snarling wolf on it. But NO. There was only one dog in the movie and he got shot for some reason. Once again this movie amazingly has NOTHING to do with wolves, vicious dogs, werewolves, were-dogs, dog wolves, wolfhounds, or lupines from hell. Caveat emptor. What you do get is a disjointed, poorly dubbed, and unintentionally hilarious study in trainwreck movie-making. Don't miss the pointless Indian knife fight, the verdant deserts of Alaska, wild vacillations between day and night scenes, and the piano player with one white and one black hand. My favorite is the worst staged bar fight of all time. Where were the MST3K guys on this one, it would have been perfect for skewering. Oh well, my friends and I did it ourselves. A worse movie...I don't recall.
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