ALICE COOPER's 'Monster Dog' To Be Released On DVD

The 1984 film "Monster Dog", starring Alice Cooper, will be released on DVD on February 15, 2005 via Eclectic DVD and Jef Films.

"Monster Dog", directed by Clyde Anderson, stars Alice Cooper as Vince Roberts — known to the world as "Vince Raven," the rock icon. He's returning to his family home after years on the road becoming famous because he can't seem to get a music video made that he likes. Taking matters into his own hands, he decides to film at his mansion.

Vince assembles a video crew for the shoot, but he hasn’t been back to the mansion in 20 years and has no idea what to expect. When he returns, he learns that "Old Joss" the caretaker is missing and a pack of wild dogs are on the loose. Soon after, a bloody man appears to warn the crew of the real supernatural danger at hand…

The film contains two exclusive songs from Alice Cooper as well as an intriguing score by Grupo Dichotomy.

"Monster Dog" has a running time of 81 minutes and retails for $14.95.


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