Dog Pound Reviews
I'm not sure if this has any official announcement to say that this is a remake of the film "Scum', but there is no doubt that that is the case.
A modernised correctional facility in America provides the backdrop to this tale. Bear with the beginning, the performances come across a little amateur, but that seems to grow through with the storyline.
It's not a patch on the original, however the violence shown has excalated and you do get the sense of fear from this film.
Three very different young men, with different background, and different crimes committed are the new guys in a juvenile hall correctional facility. There is a strange hierarchy when kids can earn their way to a better life and groups police themselves. Life is made very hard for the new inmates.
"We have a system here."
"Fuck your system."
Kim Chapiron, director of Smart Ass and Sheitan, delivers Dog Pound. The storyline for this picture is just okay and a bit cliché. The characters were not particularly interesting but the settings and execution was unique. The acting was mediocre and the cast includes Adam Butcher, Shane Kippel, and Dewshane Willaims.
"I need to talk to my mother."
This was recommended to me by Netflix so I added it to my queue. This was fairly cliché with your expected male bonding, fighting, and rape sequences. I felt this was kind of blah and not really worth your time.
"Make your stay pleasant here."