The Wide World of Mystery

The Werewolf of Woodstock (24 Jan. 1975)

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At the site of the 1969 rock concert at Woodstock, New York, an electrical charge turns a local farmer into a murderous werewolf.


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At the site of the 1969 rock concert at Woodstock, New York, an electrical charge turns a local farmer into a murderous werewolf.

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After The Festival Was Over ... The Music Wasn't The Only Thing That Died





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27 February 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Werewolf of Woodstock, The (1975)

** (out of 4)

Campy made for TV horror film isn't as good as the title but if you enjoy "so bad it's good" type of films then you should get a couple laughs. A farmer is mad that 'dirty hippies' trashed up his property during the Woodstock festival but after being caught in an electrical storm, he turns into a werewolf and goes out looking for hippies. This is a pretty bad film from start to finish but it's campy enough to earn a few laughs along the way. All of the performances are bad but this adds some charm, especially the hippie girl who has "vibes" from her dead dog who was killed by the werewolf. The make up effects are even worse with what appears to be a left over mask from Planet of the Apes with added hair. The film also must contain the record for the number of times dude, cool and totally are said by the hippies. Produced by Dick Clark.

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