Directed by William Brent Bell
When a family is brutally slain, a strange man living near the crime scene is charged with their murders. Believing her client is innocent, defence attorney Kate Moore and her team decide to prove his physical incapability to local authorities. As she delves into his enigmatic family history, she uncovers evidence that suggests the rebirth of anunexpected legend. As the bloodbath ensues, Kate must do whatever she can to survive the surrounding terror and prevent the chaos from spreading.
When a family is brutally slain, a strange man living near the crime scene is charged with their murders.
Cast: AJ Cook, Brian Scott O'Connor, Simon Quarterman, Sebastian Roche, Vik Sahay
A good werewolf film is few and far between, this is one of them.
Not bad - slightly annoying cinematography with footage supposedly coming from CCTV and police cameras etc so cutting out randomly (never quite sure if this is to make it more suspenseful or to save on special effects so they can cut the camera just as something expensive is about to happen....either way it's just kind of annoying). Story is good and characters are good and some lovely retro gore/splatter stuff going on. Quite twisty and turny and I enjoyed the story more as it went on. Definitely an interesting take / interpretation of werewolf stuff - Bodelia
Pretty good, I’d watch it again
don't let the awful titles put you off, this is a great, gory, modern werewolf film