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Wolfman (1979)

PG | | Horror | February 1979 (USA)
A man finds out that his family has a werewolf curse put apon them.

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Earl Owensby ...
Colin Glasgow
Kristina Reynolds ...
Lynn Harris Randolph
Sid Rancer ...
Dr. George Tate
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Reverend Leonard (as Edward Grady)
Richard Dedmon ...
Clement Glasgow
Maggie Lauterer ...
Elizabeth Glasgow
Brownlee Davis ...
Sheriff
Helene Tryon ...
Grandmother Glasgow
Julian Morton ...
Edwin Glasgow
Al Meyers ...
Attorney Ewan Rowe
Victor Smith ...
Luther
Mike Allen ...
Deputy in Derby
Charles Reynolds ...
Coroner White
Mike Putnam ...
Farmhouse Victim
Dick Rice ...
Innkeeper
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After the death of his Father, Colin Glasgow (Earl Owensby) finds out that his Father and Grandfather were cursed and that they were Werewolves. And now Colin discovers that he also has the curse and he is a werewolf too and he must stop a Satanic Reverend who put the curse on him and his family. Written by Dylan Conner

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I Also Have a Soft Spot For This Movie!
9 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Earl is a low-key and likable actor, the storyline is basic and takes some care in introducing the characters before going into the Wolfman scenes. Some over-the-top maniacal laughter on the bad guys part early on is a riot, and shows you where they stand! It must be me but every time I watch it I think it's set in Olde England, until the Sheriff shows up and I realize it's set in the US. The name Colin Glascow doesn't help! It's not going to terrify anyone but few horror films do any more which is why plot and character is important. This gives me the feel of a retro monster mash type flick. Simplicity, the kind of film I'd make if I had a little money. Better to make an effort like this than nothing at all! It's not laughable in an Ed Wood type way, at least not to me. Maybe it's just the anti-Twilight male models, anti-CGI aspect that makes this a nostalgic nice little flick.


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