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Genres: Horror , Comedy
Actors: Deborah Perry , Joelle Simpson , Nicola Jane Reading , Deborah Hyde , Victoria Hopkins , Stephen Graham , Emily Booth , Neil Maskell , Terry Stone , Christina Cole , Keith-Lee Castle , Lee Ingleby , Emil Marwa , Noel Clarke , Danny Dyer
Director: Jake West
Country: United Kingdom
Year: 2009
IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 (12593 votes)

Vince is handling his divorce badly. He’s depressed. Gone to pieces. But his mates aren’t giving up on him. Struggling with their own women troubles, they drag him off for an ultimate lads drinking weekend in the country. Arriving in the village of Moodley where the women outnumber the men 3:1, the boys find themselves holidaying in a village overrun by psychotic, homicidal Zombirds with a thirst for male flesh.

Film Review

Done much in the line as "Shaun of the Dead" this 2009 very "camp" British horror film just barely misses the boat between grotesque horror film and funny horror satire.Seven mates bound and determined to lift the spirits of their main man Vince, who is currently going thru a divorce. Decide to have an all man's weekend out and about, away from the hustle and bustle of London. Mikey's Nan is away on a cruise for the weekend, so they charter a bus to take this motley crew of hen-peck husbands and social degenerates to the hillside village of Moodley. Unbeknownst to our wandering stag party, due to its remote location, the small town of Moodley has been selected by the military, to undergo some biological warfare testing, which has turned the female populace into flesh-eating zombies.I have to admit that the film is not all bad, and that the opening credits, which introduce us to, this cast of misfits is quite enjoyable. However, there were some things that…

After travelling to a remote village for a weekend of drunken debauchery and male bonding, a group of friends come under attack from the women of the village, who have turned into bloodthirsty cannibals as the result of a top-secret biological warfare experiment carried out by the army.Those looking for a stylish slice of quirky Brit comedy/horror in the vein of Shaun of the Dead, be warned: Jake West's Doghouse is aimed squarely at the lad-mag reading, post-footy, post-pub, post-curry crowd, and as such, the level of sophistication is not exactly high. Don't expect clever word-play, irony, post-modernism, surrealism, or satire; do expect tit jokes, loads of swearing, mindless violence, and puerile gags about shagging zombies, all of which could have been tons of fun, if only the film's characters hadn't been such an unlikable bunch of 'blokes' (fully deserving of everything they get), and director Jake West hadn't forgotten to develop his plot beyon…

The Brits are here again with what they are good in, comedy. The best comedy has always been coming from the UK, and this one can be added. Two horror comedy's came from the UK last year, the excellent Lesbian Vampire Killers and this one. Doghouse is more bloodier than LVK but still you will have your laughs. watch it with the boys, it's girl unfriendly but what a great time did I have. British horror icon Emily Booth is in it but you won't recognize her. Sad for those who thought that she would be sexy like she turns up in many magazines or in her own articles in gorezone UK. The accent used is again, full cockney and that's a juicy one. If you can stand blood and even a bit of gore than I surely recommend it otherwise go for LVK. The story lines are a bit the same, really one for the guys. Now just go for a lager and some crisps and enjoy it. It's a no brainer but that's what's zombies all about isn't it?