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Dick Anthony Williams
The small town of Tarker's Mill was a place that was very peaceful, where nothing ever happened. Until one night, murders begin. The town people believe its some maniac killer on the loose and intend to hunt the man down. Marty, a young handicapped boy, believes that the killer is no man at all, but a werewolf. After a run in with the werewolf Marty and his sister, Jane hunt all over town for the man who is the werewolf. Written by
Based on the book by Stephen King,Silver Bullet is the story about A young cripple Boy named Marty(Corey Haim) who suspects that the killer in town is a werewolf.With the help of his sister Jane(Megan Follows) And Uncle Red(Gary Busey),They try to discover who the werewolf is and try to kill it...
This is not a perfect movie,But it is a fun movie.The acting was pretty good,The kills were gory and cool,The werewolf affects were pretty cool,And it played out like a good mystery.The end was pretty cool and the car chasing scene was cool.If your a fan of werewolf movies or Stephen King,You should cheek it out.The werewolf beating the guys with the bat was kind of funny to.
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