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This British horror comedy concerns a group of men suffering from midlife crises, who embark on a relaxing country weekend but wind up in a village overrun by psychotic and cannibalistic female creatures. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
An amateurish, unfunny and unscary British horror-comedy that could be accused of misogyny.
The magic ingredient here is Dan Schaffer's sly script, which constantly undercuts the film's inherently sexist premise.
Doghouse is a very entertaining time-waster and definitely one for the boys %u2013 break out the beers and just have some fun.
You could say that this is one step up from the ghastly Lesbian Vampire Killers, since it suggests they are getting what they deserve from the other sex. But that step is a short one.
A Mad Magazine-style zombie-fest that chomps on PC sensibilities like they're made out of obnoxious male flesh.
Female zombies are the perfect excuse to show women being beaten up by men. In its trashy way, the film has just enough exuberance to be classified as harmless.
A grotesque misogynistic romp, Doghouse is too laddish and corny to even hold a candle to the witty Shaun Of The Dead. Perhaps Lesbian Vampire Killers wasn't so bad after all.
Doghouse is in no way substantive, but it is kind of an enjoyable goof, if you're in the mood for such a thing.
A dim zombie comedy.
Like going on a stag-do with people you hate, this beta-male bilge is far too Neanderthal to do much more than drag its knuckles on the ground and sniff the rears of other, better films.
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