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Alley Dogs

Alley Dogs

Released Jun 24th, 2008
Running Time 113 Min.
Director Jim Monroe
Company Peach DVD
Distribution Company Red Dragon Releasing
Cast Hannah Harper, Julia Bond, Jamie Lynn, Erika Jordan, Christine Vinson, Nikki Nova, Others, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Alternative



Meet the dogs. Carl 'The Cannon' Mckenzie (Matt Wylde/What I Like About You) a good natured ladies man with big ambitions who makes ends meet selling pot to the alley locals. Rusty Storm, (Danny Pape/Hotel Erotica) a local cable weatherman with a runaway ego and bargain basement IQ. The Pussyman (Hal Gardner) a successful gynecologist, who is having second thoughts about his sexual orientation and love of show tunes. And Little Phil Updike (Darren McFanrland), an Oprah addict who lives in his Mother's basement dreaming of sultry waitresses, Tina (Nikki Nova/Busty Cops-Playboy TV) and Joy (Christine Vinson/Playboy-Blue Note Serenade). Four lifelong friends who live for nothing but sex, suds and strikes. "Along with Reggie (Ron Jeremy/The Surreal Life-Vegas) the Harvard educated bowling alley manager who lives out back in his camper, and the Colonel (Ron Moon), a demented Rambo wanna be who also moonlights as the bowling alley chef, these loveable misfits are about to begin a journey filled with decadent adventures and hilarious hijinxs. And if they're not careful, they just might learn a lesson or two about love, life and destiny.


With nods to The Big Lebowski (of course) and Tarantino-esque profane pop culture references, this late night cable TV movie about bowling breaks no artistic ground, but functions well enough as a diverting softcore sex comedy.

The titular Alley Dogs are a bowling team of comedic archetypes, featuring Matt Wylde as an irresponsible ladies man and part-time weed dealer, Hal Gardner as a gynecologist confused about his sexual orientation, Darren McFarland as the loser who lives at home with his mom, and Danny Dagger in a particularly amusing turn as a vain TV meteorologist who has to guess the weather because his station can't afford a Doppler. Adult legend Ron Jeremy also stretches his acting chops as "the ugly guy with the huge penis," but it's the bevy of beautiful, scantily-clad bar girls and bowling alley divas who will keep you watching.

Retailing: A sexy bowling comedy for your softcore collection.

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