Meet Scott Howard, a struggling high school student with problems. He is on a lackluster basketball team with a lame duck coach, he is having problems getting noticed by the prettiest girl in his school, Pamela Wells (who already has a boyfriend who wants to ruin Scott's life named Mick McAllister). But in the middle of it all, he feels an effects of a dog whistle and he itches everywhere and even discovers that his nails are longer and sharp. When he came home from a party, he discovers his new problem. He is a half human-wolf hybrid. He tries to keep this a secret, but during a basketball game the secret comes out and it helped Scott to turn his life around, the basketball team starts to become a contender for the state championships. He became very popular, and he was discovered by Pamela, and begin to go out with each other (despite that Pamela is still going out with Mick). However, Scott's father warns him about turning into the wolf out of anger. Scott must watch his anger as ... Written by
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Bill Simmons (the famed Sports Guy on ESPN who went on to run Grantland and The Ringer as well as do multiple projects for ESPN and later HBO) loved the movie and often used it as a comparison point for NBA players in calling it a "thinking man's basketball film". In his best-selling nonfiction tome "The Book of Basketball", Simmons compared Kobe Bryant's career with that of Michael J. Fox's titular character, noting at length that Kobe had alternated between being a team player and a selfish me-first scorer not unlike Teen Wolf after he became "the big wolf on campus". Simmons did note in TBOB that the editing of the basketball scenes in the film was the worst he'd ever seen for a sports film. See more
At the dance, Stiles' position changes as Teen Wolf walks down the line of people. First he is seen standing next to Mick, then he is further down the line. See more
[Rehearsing for the school play
Sergeant, burn the fields and when you're done with that, burn the house.
The end credits are shown as the crowd cheers and celebrates in slow motion. See more
Music by Miles Goodman
Lyrics by Douglas Brayfield
Performed by David Morgan See more