The Breed
The Breed (2006)

Five friends find their relaxing summer getaway turning into a bloody battle for survival when they discover that the remote island that they thought was uninhabited has been overrun with vicious, genetically mutated canines. Michelle… More

Rated: R
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: May 18, 2006
DVD Release Date: May 22, 2007
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Critic Score: 15% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Nigel Floyd
Time Out

A mongrel killer-dog movie that takes us back to ‚~Cujo‚(TM) territory, where Man‚(TM)s Best Friend turns into his most ferocious enemy.

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Johnny Vaughan
The Sun (UK)

So-bad-it‚(TM)s-actually-quite-good teen scream from horror master Wes Craven.

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Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph (UK)

Dogs swimming aren't scary.

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James O'Ehley
Sci-Fi Movie Page

All the stunt work involving the dogs is quite good.

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Daily Mirror (UK)

There hasn‚(TM)t been a decent killer dog movie since 1983‚(TM)s Cujo and The Breed doesn‚(TM)t break the run.

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Andrew Pulver

Despite the presence of Wes Craven as a producer, this is really a pretty unscary effort.

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Anthony Quinn
Independent (UK)

Don't go down to the basement, you idiot, there's a slavering hound waiting to attack you.

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Jamie Russell
Total Film

A bargain basement effort that‚(TM)s about as scary as a rabbit with an ingrown toenail.

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James Christopher
Times (UK)

The Breed is all bite.

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Ken Stachnik
Great start and kind of a lack luster ending. It does however contain one of my greatest pet peeves in film which is the injury that miraculously disappears… More
Alex roy
Using Old School horror elements as we've seen in previous killer animal films such as Cujo and Man's Best Friend, The Breed is a decent B movie. The… More
Conner Rainwater
There's no doubt about it, this is one weird plot. It's almost like the unofficial sequel to Cujo, there's just more dogs and more carnage.… More
Japes .
The dogs were fantastic; it was really impressive. I love how they were all German Shepherds though haha. Like every kind of German Shepherd- white, black, long… More
Brian De Guelle
Hmmmm not sure about this one. Not bad acting bot no scares.