A man finds out that his family has a werewolf curse put apon them.

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Plot unknown. A re-imagining of the classic Universal monster movie.

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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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30 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was around when this movie was made and yes it is rough and amateurish, but it was fun to make and people have to start somewhere. It was made in a small town in NC and the sets were local. Many of the locals were in it. I saw it from start to finish and still have the poster from the original. The lead was a tool salesman with boatloads of money who decided to become an actor and that may have something to do with his lack of acting ability. The director and writer was just beginning and had talent which was beginning to emerge. I enjoyed the movie for its genre, homage to the older horror films and its familiarity to me.


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