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Breed (Blu-ray)

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A group of friends (Michelle Rodriguez, Oliver Hudson, Taryn Manning, Eric Lively and Hill Harper) fly away to a deserted island for a weekend excursion. They soon realize that this beautiful getaway was once controlled by a special canine research unit and will soon become their biggest nightmare. Inspired by the horror classics Cujo and The Birds, The Breed takes you into the jaws of a flesh eating pack of wild dogs, genetically engineered to hunt and kill. Outnumbered and trapped they struggle to outsmart and outrun this terrifying species.


Studio First Look Home Entertain
SKU 208343444
UPC 687797111265
UPC 14 00687797111265
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 10/21/2008
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.85:1
ReviewSource Arrow in the Head
Review Dogs, dogs dogs! Love them when they're nice, love them more when they Kibble n Bits the shite out of dumb horror film characters. Cujo, Man's Best Friend, My Ex on all Fours...yup I've seen my fair share of dogs go coo-coo entries. And no matter how uneven they have been; one thing was always there to love: it had a dog biting the crap out of people. What else can one want out of an evening? So it was with that mindset that I walked The Breed outside for it to do poo-poo and am happy to report that I had a pleasant stroll...This is the first film that I've seen where Michelle Rodriguez (Nicki) actually comes across as a woman. A tough chick no doubt but still a woman. And a hot one at that! I didn't miss her usual butch shtick one bit! Oliver Hudson (John) was ideal casting for the role. The right looks and the chops to back them up. Taryn Manning (Sara) hit the nail on the head as the slutty yet vulnerable booze hound...The Breed had its action/pacing/suspense/violence bases marked on. It was a light, fun, semi dumb and easy sit down, much like most dames I date. If it would've sported a script that actually fleshed out its novel ideas and an ending that didn't smell like every genre cap-offs since the 80's, this big bad wolf could've been so much more! As-is, in my pointless opinion, it's worth petting and feeding at least once; but worth adopting? Nah!
ReviewRating 7
Product Attributes
Video Format Blu-Ray
James O'Ehley, Sci-Fi Movie Page All the stunt work involving the dogs is quite good.
Johnny Vaughan, Sun Online So-bad-it's-actually-quite-good teen scream from horror master Wes Craven.
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