Directed by Amelia Moses
Grey, an indie pop singer, whose first album was a smash hit, gets an invitation to work with notorious music producer Vaughn Daniels at his remote studio in the woods. Together with her girlfriend Charlie, they arrive at his mansion, and the work begins. But as her work with the emotionally demanding Vaughn deepens, the vegan singer begins to hunger for raw meat. As her appetite changes, her body starts to transform and she begins to find out who she really is.
After teaming up with a mysterious producer at his remote cabin, Grey's music transforms. She's disturbed to find that so does her body and mind. And it starts with a yearning for blood.
Cast: Lauren Beatty, Greg Bryk, Katharine King So
So sad. Gone are the days of good werewolf movies. Nowadays, it's all about pushing the envelope to see what they can get away with... and throwing in unnecessary things to push an agenda. Skip this one if you are into classic werewolf flicks.
I really didn't like having to sit through too much repetitive (bad) Pop music. The werewolf part of the story is pretty average. Lots of plot holes and a few characters who are not well developed or really explained. The actors were all really good, and the film felt slick and never like a cheap production. Worth watching - but no hidden horror gem here.
Oh, I forgot to mention, this movie is KAKA!
Seems they cared more about showcasing the music vs the story, shame. There was something there, maybe in different hands it could have turned out better. As a side note, Guy was creepy in a B movie kind of way.
"God is a facsist" Gets it a 3rd skull