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Wolf Girl (2001)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama | Fantasy | Horror  -  16 October 2001 (USA)
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Tara Talbot is afflicted with the rare genetic condition hypertrichosis-- she is covered head to toe in hair. She lives her life in Harley Dune's Travelling Freak Show, on display as the '... See full summary »

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Tara Talbot is afflicted with the rare genetic condition hypertrichosis-- she is covered head to toe in hair. She lives her life in Harley Dune's Travelling Freak Show, on display as the 'Terrifying Wolf Girl', but underneath she is just a teenage girl who longs to be normal. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for violence, nudity and some language | See all certifications »
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Beau: Didn't you see the sign? It said "No Pets Allowed."
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Performed by John Roby
Written by John Roby and Thom Fitzgerald
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Impressive Horror-Drama Piece Really Hits the Mark
19 February 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

Blood Moon has to be the biggest surprise of the year so far. As I slipped in the DVD and viewed the trailer, my expectations were set on a moderate level, expecting little more than average direct-to-video fare. What I got was a suspenseful, fun, character-driven, horror/drama that is now one of my favorite movies of all time.

Blood Moon tells the story of Tara Talbot (Victoria Sanchez), who is afflicted with a rare genetic condition that covers her body with hair. She lives her life in Harley Dunne's (Tim Curry) freakshow under the sideshow name "The Terrifying Wolf Girl," but on the inside, Tara wants nothing more than to be a normal teenage girl. Her affliction sets her apart from the outside world, and most think of her as some hideous creature that one could never love. Ryan (Don Tiefenbach) begins to spy on her when the freakshow comes to town and a troublesome group of teens (Shawn Ashmore, Shelby Fenner, Tony Denman, Nate Dushku) come along. Ryan offers Tara what she's always wanted--a chance at a real life. Ryan begins giving Tara serum that will remove her hair over time. Tara may finally get her wish to become a normal girl, but the more serum she gets from Ryan, the more the wolf begins taking over.

In all honesty, the only true reason I wanted to see Blood Moon was for the sensational Shawn Ashmore, and he definitely does not disappoint here. Shawn Ashmore plays Bo, an annoying and cruel jock, and he is very believable in the role. Tim Curry never disappoints, and he is perfectly cast as Harley Dunne, leader of the freakshow. Victoria Sanchez is very good as Tara, and she brings just enough life to the character.

While Blood Moon has very little gore, it does prevail in many other areas. I loved the black humor that was carefully littered throughout the film; it really made the movie. The musical performances were all very interesting, and all of the sideshow attractions are great to look at and fun to learn about.

Blood Moon was much more than I was expecting in every single category. The story moves along nicely, the directing is superb, and the story is very engaging. Don't miss Blood Moon--you won't be disappointed.


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