A disturbed young woman has trouble convincing her lover that she's a wolf, and her psychiatrist is sure he's discovered a new complex that will make his name. She moves to a retreat in ...
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The novel opens with Jenny Bunn's arrival at her lodging-house. She's a young, strikingly beautiful, provincial Northern woman who has moved to a London suburb to take her first teaching ... See full summary »
A disturbed young woman has trouble convincing her lover that she's a wolf, and her psychiatrist is sure he's discovered a new complex that will make his name. She moves to a retreat in Scotland, where she morphs permanently into a wolf. Written by
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Wilderness (1996) I took a chance and bought this movie. I struck out with the Strangers and Huntress. But I enjoyed it (edited from a British mini-series) very much. The movie was sad and heart breaking, but Amanda Ooms is hot. She reminded me of Winona Ryder (with a few pounds added to her frame). Ms. Ooms was truly believable as the tormented librarian that lived a double life as a creature of the moon. After I watched this movie I wished I could see it in it's entirety. I enjoyed it that much. A good time waster. I wish they made more movies like this one. It had all of the things I like in a Horror/Drama flick. Sleazy overtones, decent acting, attractive ladies and cheesy effects.
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