Monster Dog

1984

Horror / Music

101
IMDb Rating 4.5 10 916

Synopsis


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Cast

Alice Cooper as Himself
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691.6 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
84 min
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1.32 GB
1920×1080
English
NR
23.976 fps
84 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by CMRKeyboadist 9 / 10 / 10

Could Have Been a Good Movie

I first saw this movie years ago back in 1987 and I remember this movie had an original feel to it and had some memorable atmosphere to the movie but seeing it again just recently has shifted my view on this movie. This movie stars Alice Cooper as a rock star (of course) going back to his families old house to film a music video. He brings his crew (who all seem mentally challenged) and expects to have a good time. What they don't realize is there is a pack of wild dogs slaughtering people along the country side and these dogs are led by the Monster Dog. The main problems with this movie is extremely bad acting, bad music, Alice Coopers voice is dubbed over, and very bad special effects (except a hilarious scene when a bald guy gets the top of his head blown to pieces). But you can over look this because the movie saves itself with some decent atmosphere. I can't place it but this flick can be creepy at times. Anyway, if you know before watching this movie that is it going to be bad than you will probably enjoy this.

Reviewed by filmbizarro 10 / 10 / 10

Cooper + Werewolves + Italian director + 80's = Orgasmic

Gonna start with saying this: Yes, it IS sad that Alice Cooper's voice is dubbed over, BUT they chose a good voice and it actually fits pretty good. I watched this movie yesterday and I was surprised, didn't expect it to be that good. Alice Cooper played the role good as hell, and the feel of the movie reminded me of movies I watched growing up. It's pretty easy to tell that it's an Italian director, but that's not bad, cause they can usually make a movie visual in a way that Americans can't. The werewolf-look might not be the best around, but they did what they could with what they had. By showing it as little as possible, but still showing it, they made it seem like it looked cooler than it probably did. I'm a huge werewolf fan, a 80's horror fan, Alice Cooper fan, gore fan, and a fan of a lot of other stuff in this film, and I wasn't let down. (Don't let the "gore fan" part trick you though, it's not a gory movie, but it has a couple of blood scenes) 7.5/10 (Giving it 8 on the vote above)

Reviewed by Rautus 10 / 10 / 10

A enjoyable Werewolf flick

Leviatan or Monster Dog is a fun low budget horror film staring Alice Cooper and I love it. The Werewolf effects may not be like An American Werewolf In London's but their effective and great. Another I like is that Alice Cooper does a good job in this and although they dubbed his voice I still enjoy seeing him in this film. The music video at the start of the film was good and the song that Alice sings is one of my favourites now. The plot is about rock singer Vincent Raven (Alice Cooper) and his band going to his home town to film his next music video but they soon find out that there's been some murders involving a group of dogs. The band go to Vincent's house and soon find themselves being attacked by a group of dogs and a Werewolf that can control the dogs. Written and Directed by Claudio Fragasso, Monster Dog is a fun and enjoyable Werewolf flick. 10/10

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