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Robert Conway, Nathaniel Burns, Carl Bailey, Mem Ferda, Robert D. Cook (executive), Virginia Senior (executive), Tim Sauer (executive), Mike Alex (executive) for FilmCore, FunHouse Features, Aside Theatre, BlueSideUp Films, HohloGraphic Productions, ALVB Pictures
directed by Robert Conway
starring Nathaniel Burns, Eva Hamilton, Cameron Kotecki, Dana Kippel, Daniel Link, Amelia Haberman, Tim Sauer, Anna Harr, Ángel Ruiz, Becky Jo Harris, Michael Ochotorena, Rene Barraza jr, Carl Bailey, Dan Weisgerber, Moses Jackson, Charlie E Motley, Mike Alex, Javier Avalos, Gabby D Barbosa, William 'Bill' Connor, Chaz Lee, Chris Swinney, Roman Aguirre, Steve Leib
written by Robert Conway, music by Jay Martin

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Mia (Cameron Kotecki) is a bounty hunter, Alias (Nathaniel Burns) a tough-as-nails biker and a loner at that, so when the two first cross paths, they almost immediately hate one another. That said though, they're after the same name, David (Daniel Link), a human scumbag if there ever was one, and since each has qualities the other lacks, they decide to join forces and embark on a trip to the "scrapyard", a lawless area out in the desert where wanted criminals are known to hide ...

Kevin (Cameron Kotecki) hides out in the scrapyard with his wife Virginia (Becky Jo Harris) after she has killed her father in self defense, but of late Kevin has fallen ill, and after an especially violent episode of his sickness, he wakes up in the desert in the nude next to (also naked) lovely Lucella (Eva Hamilton), who lets him into a little secret: He has become a werewolf, basically because she decided to turn him. And when he arrives back at his trailer, Kevin finds Virginia mauled to death by some animal - himself as Lucella insists. Kevin is horrified, but he reluctantly believes her. She claims she can help him though, but for this they must pay a visit to David ...

David, as mentioned, is a human scumbag, and these days around he has specialized in kidnapping and torture, and presently keeps three victims (Amelia Haberman, Tim Sauer, Anna Harr) in his trailer whom he enjoys slowly sucking all fight out of ...


Ok, Hellhounds certainly is no philosophical masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination - nor has it set out to be though. Instead it is a fun romp in best grindhouse tradition that might be made up of mainly genre mainstays - being located somewhere between the biker and the werewolf genre -, but it's just so darn entertaining, thanks to a brisk pace, a dynamic direction, wonderful desert backdrops, and a pretty cool cast who play it straight for the most part despite the occasional absurdity of the script. A pretty exhilarating genre ride, actually.


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