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
It’s hard to find a good werewolf movie these days, and so I was pleased when I watched this film. Fairly unique take on the story leads to some interesting interactions. However it does still suffer from some cliches. The characters make some mind bogglingly foolish blunders, I can always forgive this to a certain degree, but the confounding nature of the decisions in this film knows no bound. MVP for this feature absolutely has to go to the leading lady, who just can’t seem to get anything right, no matter how well intentioned she is.
Good movie. The Werewolf looked like a Marvel Comics character which I personally did not like it very much.
an absolutely amazing werewolf movie but we need more werewolf movies
Absolutely brilliant, loved it.