Rabid Dogs bit in June

Time for a little foreign flavor at Scream Factory with Rabid Dogs spicing up the screen. The French heist film promises to be a rush. It stars Lambert Wilson who played The Merovingian in The Matrix Reloaded in a less than suave role. The movie hits Blu-ray June 14. Here’s the press release from Scream Factory:


“4 stars… in the big finale, after all of the elements have slowly been brought to a
raging boil, the climax duels out a shocking blow and delivers a gut
punch of an ending.” – Bloody Disgusting

Rabid Dogs

Available On Blu-Ray and DVD Combo Pack June 14th, 2016 from Scream Factory

After their armed bank robbery goes haywire, three criminals take their hostages—a young woman, a father, and his sick daughter—on a berserk, blood-spattered road trip. Rabid Dogs, the chilling remake of the 1974 Mario Bava cult classic Kidnapped, makes its Blu-ray and DVD debut June 14th, 2016 from Scream Factory, in conjunction with IFC Midnight. Starring Lambert Wilson (The Matrix Reloaded, Dante 01), Laurent Lucas (Calvaire) and Virginie Ledoyen (The Beach , The Backwoods), Rabid Dogs comes loaded with over two hours of bonus feature, including the feature-length “Making of Rabid Dogs”, interviews with the cast, and an effects, weapons, and production design featurette. Fans can pre-order their copies now by visiting ShoutFactory.com.

On the main avenue of a crowded city, Sabri (Guillaume Gouix, The Returned), grips the steering wheel of his car, eyes fixed anxiously on the bank entrance opposite… Then, there’s a sudden explosion, and three masked men race to the car, loaded with stolen cash. Unfortunately, everything is about to go wrong. With the cops right behind them, the car crashes and their boss is killed. Sabri and his accomplices are forced to run. The desperate criminals will stop at nothing to make their escape. Taking a young woman and a father and child hostage, they embark on a crazy, violent road trip that not all of them will survive…

Rabid Dogs Bonus Features
The Making of Rabid Dogs (93 minutes, Blu-ray only)
Interviews with the cast (41 minutes)
Effects, Weapons and Production Design featurette (14 minutes)
Theatrical Trailer

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