Dogs next door Review

Things seem to be a little rough for this neighborhood dog.

Things seem to be a little rough for this neighborhood dog.

I think by now most people know how bitter neighborhood kids make me.  They smell, they steal food ask for food all the time, and play video games all day long (that is my job, not theirs).  The worst part is that they have parents that ignore them much better than I do with mine.  Which means these kids end up at my house much more than they do at theirs.  Thank goodness they don’t like me as much as I don’t like them.  It helps them scurry along like rats whenever my car pulls up in the driveway.  I guess I like that part.

The sequel to Neighborhood Kids is the show Neighborhood dogs.  This show may or may not appear in your neighborhood, so check your local listings for the availability and show times in your area.

Thankfully I could really hear all the barking and howling in THX quality sound.

Thankfully I could really hear all the barking and howling in THX quality sound.

Plot: The plot of this show is pretty simplistic.  The Neighborhood Dogs bark loudly at any sound, play ruff, uh rough, scare and intimidate kids and bite things…like bark.  In the end, it should be rated for kids aged 13 or above for violence and for scenes of scariness.

Sound:  I have to admit, while sometimes the sound wasn’t always in sync, the sound and volume was right up there with and Dolby or THX sound I have ever heard.  Amazing and annoying all at the same time.

The picture:  Normally you can see the pure intimidation and rage on the faces of the dogs in the picture, but because of the interference of a high, white fence, the canine overbite and the menacing eyes could be seen, only heard.  The made the terror even more real…for my kids of course.

The barking dogs were completely blocked by the fence.  Yes, it was hard not to see that.

The barking dogs were completely blocked by the fence. Yes, it was hard not to see that.

The acting:  The dogs immersed themselves in the role.  So much so that they were practicing their bark all the time.  In the middle of the night, at cars driving by, even at nothing in particular.  While great for the show, the rumor is that they annoyed their co-workers and even the directors. And to be honest, as an audience, I found myself not cheering for them at all really.

While, Neighborhood Dogs seems like it would just be a great kids show, it is in fact is a nightmare, a horror flick that will keeps you up nights, just like Neighborhood Kids haunts your days.

The rating:  1 barking rhubarb out 17.

Barrrrrkkkkkkk

Bitter Barking too loud Ben

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49 thoughts on “Dogs next door Review

  1. Pingback: In case you missed the Bitterness…. | Ben's Bitter Blog

  2. Ugh. Dogs who bark incessantly make me outrageously bitter. And angry. And frustrated. And any other negative emotional adjective you’d care to insert.

    Lately, a little rabbit has been finding its way into our fully fenced backyard. This, of course, drives our dogs nuts and they bark and bark and bark and bark until I go chase the stupid rabbit away. The dumb thing is lucky that the dogs can’t get to it or it would be dinner.

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  3. I always appreciate how the dogs like to bark during my family parties or when I take a nap on my hammock. Almost as fun as when the neighbors run their chainsaws, weed wackers, lawnmowers, and other noisy loud yard equipment during my family parties…..ALWAYS DURING MY FAMILY PARTIES. Makes me bitter but not as bitter as you….

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  4. I have a noisy cat. She’s a howler. She thinks I like it because I always pick her up when she does it. I pick her up because she stops howling. Then she does the kneading thing…with claws. I wanted a lap cat. I got a howling, scratchy, pokey, pointy at every angle cat. Good thing I love her.

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  5. My wife and I were sitting on the veranda taking in the night air and the neighbors dog started a ten minute bark-a-thon. Made us want to find dog barking sound effects and play them over a loudspeaker. We didn’t, but certainly wanted to do it.

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