It's been a year since the Dogman terrorized this Midwestern community and nearly killed Hank Purvis. But now, things seem to have settled down. Everyone has gotten back to their routine. ...
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It's been a year since the Dogman terrorized this Midwestern community and nearly killed Hank Purvis. But now, things seem to have settled down. Everyone has gotten back to their routine. Hank still enjoys the outdoors and loves to hunt. He and his wife, Dorothy, continue to live on their family farm in the rural Midwest. The picturesque autumn woodlands are a wonderful place to be. But things are not well. Unseen in the nearby forest, are a litter of grown Dogman pups, embarking on their terrifying destiny, and standing over seven feet tall. They are a bad batch. They have to be stopped. Written by
In late 2011, film Rich Brauer released a film called Dogman, starring Larry Joe Campbell. The movie premiered at the State Theater in Traverse City. The film included a brief segment of "The Gable Film", used with permission from Mike Agrusa, who received acknowledgement in the film credits. See more »
I really do not think I should be writing a review but neither should the movie production staff who have given a high rating in order to preserve their jobs. Honestly, I only watched the first ten minutes until the really silly humans..UPRIGHT IN POORLY CONSTRUCTED DOG COSTUMES indicated to me that I could better spend my time sweeping up snakes and rats in my cellar. In my opinion, this movie should be utilized in Film-making 101 at any major film school as the absolute WORST way to spend even.....one dollar? ......on a stupid film project. OK, maybe one dollar is an exaggeration. They probably borrowed 50 cents from a bum on the street and said, "HEY...let's make a movie!!!!"
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