Little Dead Rotting Hood – USA, 2016 – overview and reviews


Little Dead Rotting Hood is a 2016 American supernatural horror film directed by Jared Cohn (12/12/12; The Horde) from a screenplay by Gabriel Campisi (Alien Agenda: Endangered Species). It was produced by The Asylum’s David Michael Latt (Sharknado and many more). Eric Balfour, Bianca A. Santos and Romeo Miller star

The film was released in the US on DVD by Cinedigm on January 6, 2016. A UK DVD release by High Fliers Films came out on February 20, 2017.


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Main cast:

Eric Balfour (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre; DinosharkBackcountry), Bianca A. Santos (Ouija), Romeo Miller (Don’t Be Scared), Patrick Muldoon (Stigmata; Ice SpidersSpiders), Heather Tom, Brendan Wayne, Marina Sirtis (Blind Date; Waxwork II), Amy Argyle, Tony Ketcham, Jake T. Getman, Izabella Alvarez, Taylor Carr, Ashley Doris, Demetrius Stear, Baker Chase Powell.

The residents of a small town discover that something more sinister than killer wolves is lurking in the backwoods: first, the wolves start turning up dead… then people…


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Reviews [click links to read more]:

” … the filmmakers used REAL wolves during the filming and that is very evident throughout and adds a great element of realism to a werewolf movie. Most of the movie is filled with great looking practice effects, so CGI was very limited. When CGI was used for the main werewolf, I found it to be very well done.” Manny Popoca, Moviepilot

“The film tries to bring forth ideas and mesh them into a cohesive plot, but it fails…big time. The story has huge holes in it, and nothing is explained. There’s even a big “twist” towards the end that is surprising, yes, but also makes no sense.” Matthew Scott Baker, Shattered Ravings

“Along with some of the coolest looking werewolves– never thought someone could bring creativity in designing a hulking werewolf, unlike any I’ve seen before– and a pretty unique zombie-esque angle, this film works as a fun and entertaining movie…” J. Carlos Menjivar, We Are Indie Horror


“The production values are of a higher standard than we’re used to from these folks, the acting is by and large competent, the overall tone is one of tongue-in-cheek fun that doesn’t completely go overboard into spoof, and there’s a generous helping of bloody violence and gore, nudity, and monsters.” Ryan Carey, Trash Film Guru

“There are some fun action sequences, a diverse cast, cheap CGI werewolves and bizarre choices for wardrobe. Sammy’s tiny shorts are a weird throwback to another time, and her red cape looks like cheap crushed velvet. It was just a weird over-all look. The gore make-up was pretty decent, there are few fun and bloody deaths.” Che Gilson, UK Horror Scene

“The sporadic wolf attacks place the film firmly in R-rated territory, which is a welcome departure from the PG-13 standard for The Asylum, and the gore and bloodletting come with a frequency that should keep even the most ADHD-leaning horror fans focused. By shooting the movie at Rene’s 50’s Town in California, Cohn manages to get a really appealing small-town vibe…” Dave Wain, The Schlock Pit


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