Howling (1981) Movie Review

Howling (1981)

1981 Horror

User Score: 84/100


After a bizarre and near fatal encounter with a serial killer, a television newswoman is sent to a remote mountain resort whose residents may not be what they seem.

The Howling is the first in a werewolf trilogy that is the best out there, I do not count the other werewolf movies in the series because they were mostly downhill after the trilogy. This one sets us up for the upcoming movies. So come along and see a werewolf community that could be very well in your own town. You get whisked to a small werewolf community where mystery and secrecy await our new werewolf.

About Howling (1981)

Title: Howling
Year: 1981
Starring: Dee Wallace, Dick Miller, Robert Picardo, Forrest J Ackerman, Kevin McCarthy, Belinda Balaski, Kenneth Tobey, Meshach Taylor, Patrick Macnee, Wendell Wright, James Murtaugh, Christopher Stone, Herbie Braha, Sarina C. Grant, John Carradine, Daniel Núñez, Michael O'Dwyer, Robert A. Burns, Dennis Dugan, Slim Pickens, Elisabeth Brooks, Margie Impert, Noble Willingham, Jim McKrell, Don McLeod, Steve Nevil, Joe Bratcher, Bill Sorrells, Ivan Saric, Chico Martínez
Director: Joe Dante
Score: 3 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 4.15/5 stars from 74 users. Votes: 74.
Genre: Horror

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