The Rats Are Coming The Werewolves Are Here
Directed by Andy Milligan
The Mooney's are a typical English family, except for one tiny detail... they're all werewolves. One member of the family is of a mind to change their legacy, which stirs up family drama of the worst kind. The second of gutter auteur Andy Milligan's productions made in England, this werewolf family saga is filled with the bitter worldview and confrontational hysteria Milligan is known for.
The Mooney's are a typical English family, except for one tiny detail... they're all werewolves.
Cast: Hope Stansbury, Jackie Skarvellis, Noel Collins, Joan Ogden, Douglas Phair
Absolutely bizarre. Nothing really to gain from watching this. Dialogue is confusing at best, and new poorly written characters keep emerging. Not scary, not even dramatic. Just flat delivery in a fever dream of a concept.
Absolutely awful - make sure to watch this only after a couple of drinks, and with a group of people who enjoy making fun of it.
Werewolves just aren't supposed to talk this much. Needed to cut waaaay down on the dialogue...and crank up the hairy hysteria! Just fast forward to the last 10 minutes if that's what you're here for. Otherwise, it's a steady dose of family drama.
A deranged fever dream of a zero budget werewolf soap opera that somehow references both Dickens’ David Copperfield and Willard. Could have used more rats though.
Bad sound, ugly photography, amateur acting. Feels like a dull student film. MST3K material. Would be zero skulls, but it gets one skull for its terrific title.