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Hood of Horror (2006)

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A hip hop horror anthology of three tales of terror told by the Hound of Hell that revolve around the residents of an inner-city neighborhood whose actions determine where they will go in the afterlife.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Snoop Dogg ... HOH / Devon
Hawthorne James ... Liore
Gabriel Pimentel ... Half Pint
Irina Voronina ... Slank
Tanisha Jones Tanisha Jones ... Slank
Anson Mount ... Tex Jr
Tayshaun Prince Tayshaun Prince ... Footloose
Noel Gugliemi ... Fatcap (as Noel Guglielmi)
Teyo Johnson Teyo Johnson ... Streako
Jeffrey Licon ... Nib
Yadi Valerio Rivera ... Foxy (as Yadi Valerio)
Rayna Tharani ... Bernadette
Daniella Alonso ... Posie Santano
Danny Trejo ... Derelict
Ava Penner ... Young Posie


A hip hop horror anthology of three tales of terror told by the Hound of Hell that revolve around the residents of an inner-city neighborhood whose actions determine where they will go in the afterlife.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


It AIN'T all good in da hood


Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive strong violence and gore, sexuality, nudity and language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

12 December 2007 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


Box Office


$5,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$328,000, 6 May 2007, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$328,000, 6 May 2007
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When the gunman first enters the liquor store, he is wearing sunglasses. When he turns to face Quon, his sunglasses are missing. See more »


Tex Jr: [to Roscoe] Son, I will skull fuck you.
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In the end of the credits there is an ad to sell a "1972 Coupe De Ville for $1995.00 OBO; ask for Joaquin" See more »


References Punk'd (2003) See more »


Written by Marcello Valenzano & Andre Lyon (as Andre Lyons)
Performed by Cool & Dre
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User Reviews

The Doggfather brings us Three times Death in the Hood
9 May 2007 | by Vomitron_GSee all my reviews

Let me tell you straight up that if you have issues with rather low-budget anthology-movies or simply can't stand Snoop Dogg, you just better stay away from HOOD OF HORROR. I personally think Snoop's always good for a laugh or two. So, I'm rating this flick solely on fun-factor, because it's pretty much light-years away from being a stellar horror-movie.

The first segment has a good-looking ghetto-gal being granted super-powers by evil voodoo-man Danny Trejo to take on her whole graffiti-spraying neighborhood. The second one has a yuppie-couple move in with some Vietnam-vets. The greedy couple has a hidden agenda of their own, and naturally the two love-birds don't get along very well with the Vietnam-vets. Third and final segment shows us that the price of fame always catches up with you, no matter how big a rap-star you are. And when you've attained wealth and stardom in a rather dubious manner, you're in for some real 'shiiiit'.

All stories have some very nasty and entertaining blood 'n' gore effects. Especially the climax of the second segment is pretty hilarious. The scene (first segment) that proofs sipping on gin & juice can cause a nasty splitting head-ache is a total hoot! Da Doggster himself is indeed worth a laugh or two (just watch out for the scene were he says "Doggy want a bone?" and then "boom!" goes the gun), but he didn't seem to have had a lot of directing guidelines. I suppose he must have thought his coolness was all it would take to play the part. His Cribkeeper character (or whatever it's called in the movie) has a nice back-ground story, told to us by a slick-looking anime-style animated wrap-around story. In addition, at the end of the movie, we get some sort of video-clip (featuring some of the cast members - including a devil-midget) of a Snoop Dogg song (apparantly especially written for the soundtrack for HOOD OF HORROR). He's just rapping it up on some fiery ghetto-set with a lot of demon-babes shaking their T&A. Pretty dumb song too, by the way, that seems to have been written and recorded in just one hour. The video-clip itself is of the same "cinematographic" quality as the rest of the movie (which means: tolerable and watchable).

Final judgement: No flunk from Da Vomitron, because this flick follows the rules of an anthology movie nicely (three segments with a nice twist at the end, which you may or may not see coming and a fun wrap-around story). The rather low-budget didn't make 'em skimp on the decent gore-effects. The don't-take-it-all-serious vibe and Da Doggster's witty nonsense made it all a bit more enjoyable too.

Now if you want to see a really good "horror in the hood" anthology movie, I full-heartedly recommend TALES FROM THE HOOD. At least Snoop Dogg's HOOD OF HORROR is a lot better than insufferable crap-fests like CUTTHROAT ALLEY and DA HIP HOP WITCH (dare I even watch HOOD OF THE LIVING DEAD? Anyone?), but it still remains just an entertaining nonsensical time-waster. A fun quickie, if you please.

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