Films with friends: Dog Soldiers

This was A LOT of fun! Dog Soldiers with Laura and Eric!!

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I was chatting on The Twitter with my good friends Emma and Eric, the other day, and we were saying how much we liked Dog Soldiers, and how much fun it was and how it’d be even funner still if we all watched it together.  So they’re coming over here tomorrow and we’re going to watch this shit out of this thing.  We’ll be chatting throughout (down there in the comments section) if you’re at all interested.

Get your hot dogs in the griddle pan, pop your popcorn and crack open a beer.  We’re watching Dog Soldiers.  #meguts!

And beware, our ramblings will definitely contain massive SPOILERS.

POST SCRIPT:

So, we just finished up, the evidence can be found below.  I had a load of fun, and have a new appreciation for this film.  It’s original and funny with great characters you can really get behind, and there’s some…

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41 Responses to Films with friends: Dog Soldiers

  1. vinnieh says:

    Hi Emma, how did Magic Mike XXL go? Are you planning to review it.

  2. Jordan Dodd says:

    I’ve never heard of this one! Sounds like a good watch though!!

  3. table9mutant says:

    I didn’t love love love this. It was okay, though… 🙂

    • emmakwall says:

      That’s how I felt about it, well maybe I liked it a bit more but certainly not a favourite or anything. I liked it for the British-ness and the humour and I thought the werewolves were cool and I have this weird Sean Pertwee infatuation so there’s that too! But watching it with these guys last night….I just LOVE this movie now, I’m going to be quoting it all day long! Ha ha ha.

  4. vinnieh says:

    I love this film, so funny and brutal at the same time.

  5. beetleypete says:

    It’s a British film, and Sean Pertwee is in it. No more need be said! Glad you all had fun.
    Regards from Norfolk, Pete.

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