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Michael W. Watkins
Silas Weir Mitchell,
Is there a movie where they use prop replicas from the movie 300? Is there a movie where they attempt to imitate the power strikes of Brad Pitt-Achilles from Troy...and fail miserably ? The answer to both these questions is yes, and that movie is called Hellhounds. This B movie is a combination of some OK actors, some of the worlds worst actors, some of the worst cg ever created, and some quite nice splatter scenes. It has some nicely directed scenes, some terrible scenes, some OK scenes. In general this movie looks like it was made by whomever came through the door of the studio by chance and just grabbed the camera and directed a part of the movie. There is no other way to explain why some parts look great and some are ridiculous.
Can you afford to miss this movie ? Yes you definitely can...but go on and watch it (on DVD) :D
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