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The Howling

7 August 2014 12:48 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

For the dog days of summer, what could be better than a movie with some canine teeth?  And some claws.  And a loud bark.  And a nice wine for a dog day afternoon.

The Howling” is a great 1980s werewolf film - there were a few of them back in the day.  This one boasts Tfh head guru Joe Dante directing a screenplay by John Sayles- not to mention the likes of Patrick MacneeSlim PickensJohn Carradine andKevin McCarthy onscreen. I’m in.

First of all, save your silver bullets.  Do you know how much ordinary stuff can kill a dog? Wine is right up there - or any alcoholic beverage.  But how about milk?  That’s bad for Fido, too.  Chocolate, also not so good for Rover.  Nor are avocados, persimmons, eggs, fish, salt, sugar, yeast or macadamia nuts.  It looks like the only thing dogs can safely eat are Bonz. »

- Randy Fuller

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