Werewolf: The Devil's Hound (2007)

A vicious but alluring she-wolf breaks free from her crate while being transported to her new home, and it isn't long before she sinks her teeth in to the locals while seeking out a new mate. WEREWOLF suffers from a complete lack of identity that causes the entire film to suffer. On the one hand, it attempts to be a straightforward creature feature with a unique costume design and a decent amount of gore and bloody FX. On the other hand, the amateurish filming techniques and ridiculous attempts at humor distract from the horror and give the film an unintentionally goofy tone. As the limbs begin flying, heads start rolling, and jugulars continue to spew, any fans with a decent amount of patience and a love for low-budget animal flicks should be able to stick this one out until the end for its cheesy B-Movie charm and cheap gags, but there is no mistaking that this is terrible Horror at its finest.

Rating: 5/10.
Gore: 6/10.
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1 comment:

  1. Hmmm...I don't know...I'm liking your description of this movie...it might just end up as a Tower Farm favorite.

    Seriously -- why do filmmakers with no budget insist on making werewolf movies? It's the one subgenre they should stay FAR away from! I mean, come on...you can make a convincing vampire with a trip to the dollar store...why not just do that?