Alice Cooper plays a pop star who takes his band to his hometown to shoot his latest video. They are greeted by the sheriff (whom he's known since a kid) that warn him that there's been several murders in the area where the bodies were ripped to shreds. The police think it's a pack of wild dogs, but Alice knows differnt. Written by
Twenty years later, the nightmare begins again and now it's Lou's turn to pay...
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had been an alcoholic for his entire adult life and, as he developed a cocaine habit in the late 1970s, his music career dwindled and his health was jeopardized. He finally made the decision to get sober in 1983 - the same year his record label dropped him, leaving him unsure of his professional future. When he was asked to star in this low-budget film, he perceived it as an opportunity to get back to work and signed on with the understanding that the movie would not be released outside of Spain. See more
Vince's eyeshadow changes from a bold bright blue to a duller shade and back again all throughout the final half of the film, sometimes within the same scene. See more
Where was he when that monster dog crashed through the living room door? And when Jordan was eaten alive? And before that, in the bathroom? And now? Why don't the dogs attack us? Tell me the truth, Vince. Your neighbors were right, you are the monster dog! You are the murdering animal! Goddamn you! Damn you! You are a werewolf, I know you are! I know it!
References The Wolf Man
(credited as "Identity Chrises")
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