|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Danny Dyer, Stephen Graham, Noel Clarke, Christina Cole, Terry Stone, Lee Ingleby, Keith-Lee Castle, Emil Marwa, Emily Booth, Adele Silva, Toby Richards, Alison Carroll, Billy Murray, Tree Carr, Joanne Cutts, Lynda Dagley, Jenna Goodwin|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 Oct 2009|
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DOGHOUSEBy a customer from Carshalton , 25 Mar 2009
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[Highly rated reviewer]I WAS FORTUNATE TO GET TO SEE A PREVIEW OF DOGHOUSE THIS WEEK I CAN CONFIRM IT IS THE FUNNIEST COMEDY HORROR SINCE 'SHAUN' THE CAST READS LIKE A WHOS WHO OF UP AND COMING BRIT ACTORS, THE JOKES AND ONELINERS COME THICK AND FAST AS THE PROTAGONISTS DEAL WITH THEIR PREDICAMENT! THE WEALTH OF ACTING TALENT ALONE MAKES THIS MOVIE A MUST SEE, EVEN IF IT ISN'T YOUR USUAL FAYRE IT'S WORTH A LOOK, IN THE WORDS OF DANNY DYER AT THE PREVIEW ' IT'S NO MASTERPIECE BUT IT'S FUNNY AS F*CK!' I MUST AGREE IT WONT CHALLENGE THE GREY MATTER TOO MUCH BUT IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH.............ALOT!
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worth watching, esp. for zombie "fans"By DrFirestone (11 reviews) from Chorley , 09 Apr 2013Good movie, very good cast and acting, good dark humour for the most part. Starts strong and really funny at the same time, however towards the end gets a bit silly in my opinion.
danny dyre spoils itBy smokeychops (670 reviews) from newcastle under lyme , 19 Jun 2012Its no shaun of the dead a lads zombie film really were the virus only effects women. Some good laughs in it. For me danny dyre was dreadfull in it his acting was terrible and even the way he delivered his lines was terrible.
Dog RoughBy manonfireuk (402 reviews) from Liverpool , 15 Jun 2012There are a few very funny moments but that doesn't make up for the overall naffness of this. It's no Shaun of the Dead and it doesn't even get close to Severance. It's the kind of film that Nuts magazine might call film of the year which gives you an idea of the kind of movie this is.
Dogs vs Cats.By Gleny (23 reviews) from Glenrothes , 10 Apr 2012This was a lot better fun than I was expecting. The war of the sexes takes an infected/zombie twist. :-) I was initially not looking forward to this due to the fact I don't particularly like Danny Dyer's work - but he's good in this - I think this is probably his best movie. And he's supported by a strong cast of British actors who all do well. The movie might be interpreted as being sexist but I don't think it's offensive as such. Depends on how you look at it. Sometimes the women zombies appear a bit silly but they're ok. There's some good humour in it and it's generally worth a watch - although I would say the ending was a bit unsatisfactory.
"Brilliant" "a different take on the genre"By Moviecritique (6 reviews) from Oldham , 08 Apr 2012Brilliant, thought at first that it might've been a poor attempt at a Shaun of the dead rip off. Not the case, great gags, some good effects and very well cast. Definately a different take on the genre.
Definately worth a watch, even if you're not sure after viewing the trailer.