Below are the top werewolf movies that are a must see even if you are not a werewolf fan.The Night of the Werewolf (1981)
Review: Filmed in the real castles of Spain The Night Of The Werewolf is one of Naschy's most impressive films a sumptuous Gothic feast that pits Naschy's werewolf Waldemar Daninsky against the Blood Countess herself Elizabeth Bathory.
American Werewolf in Paris, An (1997)
Review: Three friends are on a thrill seeking ride across Europe. They then meet up with the daughter concieved in An American Werewolf in London (1981) and save her from comitting suicide over the Eifel Tower. They become entangled in a plot where psycho werewolves have discovered the way through a serum to change whenever they want.
Blood & Chocolate (2007)
Review: As a young girl living in the remote mountains of Colorado, Vivian (Bruckner) watched helplessly as her family was murdered by a pack of angry men for the secret they carried in their blood. Vivian survived the attack by running into the woods and changing into a wolf. Ten years later, Vivian is living a relatively safe and normal life in Bucharest, Romania. Vivian spends her days working in a chocolate shop and nights trawling the city’s underground clubs, fending off the reckless antics of her cousin Rafe, and his gang of delinquents he refers to as "The Five." Vivian’s…
Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed (2004)
Review: Ginger Snaps 2 takes place right after the first installment. During Gingers rampage in the first movie, she killed her parents. So the movie is about how the other sister takes Gingers blood and introduces it into her own bloodstream. The sister ends up in a pretty crazy teen shelter. She goes through the whole movie dealing with her change. The ending was pretty cool in the way how the sister goes through everything to try to save herself from her faith and just ends up as a waste of time. I thought this was a great ending for the…
Underworld - Evolution (2006)
Review: The saga continues as the battle rages on between the death dealers (vampires) & the lycans (werewolves) in this fast-paced modern-day tale of deadly action ruthless intrigue & forbidden love all leading to the battle to end all wars as the immortals finally face their retribution.
Wild Country (2005)
Review: A group of teens set out on a weekend retreat. What begins as a spiritual journey quickly becomes a deadly fight for survival when the group discovers an abandoned baby & a man who has been savagely killed. Running for their lives the terrified kids are hunted by a hideous beast who has a taste for teenage blood.
Howling V: The Rebirth (1989)
Review: In the Middle Ages, a royal line committed suicide to break a werewolf line... however one baby survived. A count then soummons the existed bloodline. One by one they fall to the real werewolf. Prophecy says "The werewolf will take the appearance of the most innocent."
Review: A real estate tycoon, his coke-binging wife and a slum wino have something grisly in common: they're the latest victims in a series of random murders. A veteran NYPD detective soon suspects the killings may be supernatural and deliberate: ages-old beings of cunning intelligence and incredible power, defending their turf from the encroachments of humankind.
Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (2004)
Review: Ginger Snaps Back is the prequel to the series. Funny enough this stars the same two sisters/actresses as the first installment. Only thing it takes place way before the first and second movies. It takes place when the British were now colonizing America and just starting to push westward. It is a tale of red and black, the two sisters. This tale is both interesting but I don't know how it ties in as a prequel to the other two Ginger Snaps. It was another good Ginger Snaps movie but just didn't tie in. I would recommend it as another…
The Company of Wolves (1984)
Review: Sarah Patterson, Angela Lansbury and David Warner star in this film directed by Neil Jordan. The Company Of Wolves is essentially a modern retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, but this is one fairly dark tale (as opposed to a fairy tale). The darkness envelopes the story in an almost-dreamlike quality, adding dense textures to the mysterious fantasy that unfolds before your eyes. What big nightmares you have, grandma! Carlton.
Blood Moon AKA Wolf Girl (2001)
Review: Wolf Girl is also known as Blood Moon. I have always been fascinated by freakshows so "Wolf Girl/Blood Moon" was right up my alley.I had never even heard of it when I saw it for three dollars at Biglots and grabbed it up.The fact that it was a movie about Freakshows along with seeing that Grace Jones was "playing the half man half woman role" had me excited to watch it. You can read the synopsis for content I will tell you why I enjoyed it.The freaks are very well done as far as makeup special effects and there are…
Review: In Underworld, Kate Beckinsale stars as Selene, a high-ranking member of an elite vampire warrior class working to obliterate the lycans - the race of werewolves. The struggle between the races has been waging for centuries, but a scheme to create an interbred species that combines the strengths of both races threatens to undermine both groups' existence and their underworld battle. Things get started as Selene uncovers a lycan plot to kidnap a human doctor (Scott Speedman), who somehow has a connection to both races. Kraven, the arrogant vampire leader, quickly becomes jealous of the affection between Selene and the…
An American Werewolf in London (1981)
Review: Remember back in the early 1980s when special-effects makeup artists were tripping over themselves to create the next big effect? The Howling boasted a fantastic werewolf transformation scene courtesy of makeup wizard Rob Bottin. Then along came Bottin's mentor, Rick Baker, with his own spectacular effects in this popular horror comedy directed by John Landis. An American Werewolf in London is more of a makeup showcase than a truly satisfying movie, but the film is effectively moody when David Naughton discovers that a wolf attack has turned him into a bloodthirsty lycanthrope. Jenny Agutter plays his love interest (watch out,…
Review: The Howling is the first in a werewolf trilogy that is the best out there. 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.
Bad Moon (1996)
Review: Bad Moon starts up after a vicious werewolf attack that kills Teds' girlfriend and scars him forever. Ted, the new werewolf in town, decides to go to his sisters house to chill out. Hell is raised and Death is everywhere. Bad Moon pits werewolf against family. Will this brother be responsible for killing his sister and nephew?
Ginger Snaps (2000)
Review: Ginger Snaps is a werewolf movie featuring two gothic sisters whom are always taking dead pictures. One sister gets attacked by a werewolf and starts her transformation stages. This movie is well recommended. Yet another movie that takes on the premise of young girls entering puberty and the changes that follow. Following in the foot steps of Carrie. Have Fun!
Stephen King's Silver Bullet (1985)
Review: Marty is an 11-year-old cripple who lives in a town where strange killings have been going on. Maybe it's a monster? Soon, Marty confronts this monster while setting off fireworks on the bridge and he finds out it's a werewolf. Now, he and his sister are searching for the man with only one eye (Marty had shot a firework into one of it's eyes) to figure out who the werewolf is. Silver Bullet was a very good Stephen King film and I enjoyed it quite a bit. The actors were alright. Some were good and believable and some were pitiful…
Dog Soldiers (2002)
Review: This movie has a lot of other movies it shares things in common with. It has a little of "Predator" in it. It also has a little "Dead Alive" and "Night of the Living Dead" in it as well. It has other movies too, but this one is a very good werewolf movie. This one revolves around a troop sent into the woods for training exercises. They uncover another team that appears to have been ripped to shreds. The good news is that these people who were killed left behind lots of weapons, and seeing how the other troop only…
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