Six men with mid-life anxiety set out for a weekend in the country in an attempt to reconnect with their masculinity. What they find is a catastrophe so horrible and bizarre that a mid-life crisis turns out to be exactly what they need to survive it...

A group of six men travel to a remote village to help a buddy get over his divorce and quickly discover the women in the town have become infected by a biological agent that turns them into cannibals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Doghouse torrent reviews

Ethan L (mx) wrote: Cute, if predictable family entertainment. B-

Carina D (ca) wrote: Tja, var vl ok litesdr... fast inget jag mste se igen och inget som stter sig p minnet. Ok tv-film, liksom.

Cynthia B (nl) wrote: Yay. It's about time that we have a movie that's fresh, fun and sexy (very important). Also nice to see lesbians actually star in a film about lesbians. Yay it's gay!!!

Caleb N (br) wrote: The jokes were great but could be somewhat offensive to some who are easily offended (not me just some of my friends) a great comedy though.

Patrick W (it) wrote: Four adopted brothers come home to solve and avenge the killing of their mother. Andre Benjamin really surprised me in this one. I believe it was one of his first films as a true actor and he did great. This movie was very well written. The banter between the four actors playing the brothers seemed almost totally genuine like they actually had all grown up together. Very enjoyable. Definitely check this one out.

Timm S (ru) wrote: A Mature-Minded 'Grown Ups' Movie With A Touch Of Everything.

Private U (jp) wrote: A very funny, entertaining and surprising movie. Sad and realistic ending. Loved it.

Qnaed v (fr) wrote: More for fans/admirers/researchers of Charles Carl Panzram, however, it does contain a good amount of quotable material. Some critics apparently were expecting some sort of Horror film; it carries on more like a slow-paced, dramatic indictment of the mechanically indifferent U.S. prison system.

Martin H (de) wrote: Ok it's not going to win Academy Awards but it deserves it's a high rating as it's one of my favorites from my childhood and it's pure 1980s at its best. 9/10

Reece L (de) wrote: This may not be the best film ever but this doesn't matter and the reason for that is because it has the master of horror in it all together - Vincent Price - Sir Christopher Lee - John Carradine - Peter Cushing Who could ask for more- its a good strong funny film and well worth a watch even just to see the masters

Petros T (de) wrote: Arguably the elephant in Pixar's armoury chamber, "Cars" is the lesser brainchild of the veteran animation company. The whole conception is far from the originality of most of its other outings and the film strikes as middle-of-the-road for roughly half of the ride. Still, despite the mostly textbook script, it eventually finds its pace and manages to pluck our heart-strings the Pixar way. It's a well-made, touching, beautifully animated black sheep of a film, resting below Pixar's standards.

Frederick H (it) wrote: Apart from Zemecki's brilliant directing and a great story line, I was impressed by the way Chuck's thoughts, ideas and personal dilemas and how he dealt with them was put across without hardy a word of dialogue. I was really there with him all the way.

Brandon F (au) wrote: Horribly written. How did these guys (well Rappaport) agree to this script? I'm surprised even Maria B from CNBC is in this. Wow. Maybe the Apatows have spoiled my intelligence. Sorry Mike nice try - let me guess, you're not married and Stamos is playing you. The so called advice was just as bad as the unecessary unwitty dialogue... I can't get this 1:30 back.

Zachary B (nl) wrote: It was okay....Toby McGuire's are better

David F (it) wrote: Full of stereotypical characters and sacharine, routine plot elements, without even capturing the beauty of Italy!

Brea D (ag) wrote: Saw it as a teenager ,saw it recently ,still one of the greatest ever..