Scream Factory has released Bad Moon to Blu-ray, and they’ve included both the theatrical cut, as well as the rarer director’s cut. I don’t want to oversell it, this isn’t Nightbreed, the director’s cut of Bad Moon actually clocks in at a few seconds less than the theatrical. That I can tell, the only difference throughout […]
When grizzled war veteran Ambrose (STAKE LAND’s Nick Damici), moves into the Crescent Bay retirement community, he’s discovers that some local residents have been dying not from old age, but from a series of mysterious, vicious dog attacks. After his own house is attacked in the night by the animals, Ambrose sets his military mind to tracking them down. But it soon becomes clear that these attacks are a regular monthly occurrence, synchronized to the full moon, and the tight-knit community of Crescent Bay has been hiding something far more sinister that wild dogs in its midst. Ambrose will have to face off against some creatures that are part-man, part-wolf – and completely deadly.
Fifteen-year-old Brigitte Fitzgerald (Emily Perkins, Insomnia, Juno) and her nearly-sixteen-year-old sister Ginger (Katharine Isabelle, Freddy vs. Jason, See No Evil 2) are both best friends and outcasts. Obsessed with dying and bound by a childhood pact to stay together forever, they loathe their mind-numbing existence in the suburbs of Bailey Downs. One night the two girls are heading through the woods when Ginger is savagely attacked by a wild creature.
It’s not unusual for alcoholic cop Lou Garou to black out and wake up in unfamiliar surroundings, but lately things have taken a strange turn. Crime scenes seem oddly familiar. Lou’s senses are heightened, and when the full moon is out, he’s a rage-fueled werewolf. WOLFCOP is one cop’s quest to become a better man… One transformation at a time.
When a place like Cinemageddon declares something to be the “World’s Weirdest Western” they have a lot of credit to back them up—and gain even more when their movie is The Rider of the Skulls. An enigmatic western/monster movie, Rider faces rather limp competition for the triple-W title, but then again, one can only dream […]
Werewolf Fever is a low budget Canadian werewolf movie, written and directed by Brian Singleton. Right off of the bat I’m going to give out some kudos, because the werewolf movie is virtually an untapped market. Sure, the early eighties had a boom of several solid titles, and there’s been one or two gems in […]
Red Riding Hood is a spin on the classic fairy that we all more than likely were exposed to as children. This adaptation set in medieval times finds a small village tormented by a werewolf. Inside this village lives Valerie a young woman who has problems of her own aside from the lingering threat presented […]