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Release Date:
10 May 2002 (Ireland) See more »
A Bitch of a Werewolf Movie See more »
A routine military exercise turns into a nightmare in the Scotland wilderness. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
6 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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Directed by
Neil Marshall 
Writing credits
Neil Marshall (written by)

Produced by
David E. Allen .... producer
Vic Bateman .... executive producer
Keith Bell .... co-producer
Christopher Figg .... producer
Harmon Kaslow .... executive producer
Brian Patrick O'Toole .... co-producer (as Brian O'Toole)
Tom Reeve .... producer
Romain Schroeder .... executive producer
Caroline Waldron .... associate producer
Original Music by
Mark Thomas 
Cinematography by
Sam McCurdy 
Film Editing by
Neil Marshall 
Casting by
Andrea Clark  (as Andrea Clarke)
Jeremy Zimmermann  (as Jeremy Zimmerman)
Production Design by
Simon Bowles 
Art Direction by
Christina Schaffer 
Set Decoration by
Sonja Klaus 
Costume Design by
Uli Simon 
Makeup Department
Dave Bonneywell .... special makeup effects supervisor
Lisa Crawley .... special makeup effects artist
Peter Hawkins .... special makeup effects artist
René Jordan .... hair designer
René Jordan .... makeup artist
Bob Keen .... special makeup director
Chris Lyons .... special effects teeth
Matthew O'Toole .... special makeup effects artist (as Matt O'Toole)
Anthony Parker .... work shop crew
Justin Pitkethly .... special makeup effects artist
Katja Reinert-Alexis .... makeup designer (as Katja Reinert)
Katja Reinert-Alexis .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Production Management
Laurent Dumas .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Enrico Accetto .... third assistant director
Hélène Coker .... third assistant director
Ralph Eisenmann .... second assistant director (as Ralf Eisenmann)
Sam Harris .... first assistant director
Art Department
Boris Bartholomäus .... carpenter
Paul Biwer .... master model maker
Claudio Campana .... assistant art director
Claudio Campana .... draughtsman
Geraldine Flammang .... model maker
Guy Hebeler .... model maker
Svet Hrouchoff .... props runner
Christian Louis .... model maker
François Mast .... carpenter
Pascale Michalski .... model maker
Olivier Printz .... picture car coordinator
Stephanie Rass .... assistant art director
Stephanie Rass .... model maker (as Stéphanie Rass)
Tiffany Rodenfels .... props
Gerold Schmidt .... stand-by props
Zoe Smith .... assistant props buyer
Petra Weber .... props buyer
Petra Weber .... set dresser
Bruno Zenatello .... construction manager
Sound Department
James Boyle .... sound editor
Peter Burgis .... foley artist
Paul Carr .... post-production sound mixer
Paul Conway .... supervising sound editor
Andie Derrick .... foley artist
Alain Goniva .... boom operator
James Harrison .... sound editor
Jacques Leroide .... foley editor
James Seddon .... dolby consultant
Nick Thermes .... production sound mixer
Iain Eyre .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Colin Lang .... sound designer (uncredited)
Andy Ludbrook .... sound editor (uncredited)
Ray Quintana .... commentary re-recordist (uncredited)
Randolph Saucedo .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Richard Darwin .... animatronic model designer
Roland Goddijn .... special effects
Michel Jancso .... special effects technician
Tacy Kneale .... workshop
Martin Lader .... special effects
Andy Lee .... foamer
Harry Wiesenhaan .... physical effects supervisor (as Harry Wiessenhaan)
Edward Wiessenhaan .... special effects
Rick Wiessenhaan .... special effects
Keith Wilson .... special effects makeup
Robert Zepers .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Neil Culley .... compositor
Bob Keen .... visual effects supervisor
Samir Bezzah .... stunts
Roland Goddijn .... stunts
Martin Lader .... stunts
Harry Wiesenhaan .... stunt coordinator (as Harry Wiessenhaan)
Edward Wiessenhaan .... stunts
Rick Wiessenhaan .... stunts
Ben Wright .... stunt double: werewolf
Robert Zepers .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Alex Aach .... clapper loader: second camera
Paul Alexander .... Steadicam operator
Sergio Bernuzzi .... key grip
Riccardo Besantini .... focus puller: second camera
Mathilde Bouts .... clapper loader
Etienne Braun .... still photographer
Gilbert Degrand .... best boy
Mick Durlacher .... gaffer
Graham Johnston .... clapper loader: second camera
Clayton Ramsey .... assistant grip
Catherine Richard .... video assist operator
Carlo Thiel .... camera operator: second camera
Wolfgang Wesemann .... focus puller
Jon Garwes .... assistant camera: aerial unit (uncredited)
Phil Humphries .... assistant camera: aerial unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Monique Durlacher .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Silke Reinards .... wardrobe assistant
Uli Zegers .... wardrobe assistant
Music Department
John Boughtwood .... music supervisor
James Collins .... music scoring mixer
Diane Hayes .... music coordinator
Mark Thomas .... conductor
Mark Thomas .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Kevan Willis .... transportation captain
Other crew
Marguerite Auberger .... location assistant
Pascal Charlier .... location manager
Paul de Bourcy .... studio manager
Kirsten Ferwerda .... production assistant
Richard Glass .... contact lenses
Kristjan Hardarson .... assistant accountant (as Kristjan Hardarsson)
Harmon Kaslow .... financial structuring and legal
Christopher P. Kibbey .... vice president of production: Carousel Picture Company (as Chris Kibbey)
Sheila McNaught .... script supervisor
Simon Ricketts .... script editor
Luc Schroeder .... production accountant
Katja Wolf .... assistant to executive producer
Jon Baker .... armourer (uncredited)
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond representative (uncredited)
Philip James Morgan .... location scout (uncredited)
Matthew O'Toole .... post-production accountant (uncredited)
Stephane Wasila .... assistant location manager (uncredited)

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Rated R for strong violence/gore and language
105 min
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Did You Know?

The line, "There is no Spoon" is a nod to The Matrix (1999).See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Megan rescues the soldiers in her truck, you can see stationary scenery such as trees through the passenger windows visible in the background of the closeups of her and Pvt. Cooper, despite the actors all bumping and swaying to suggest being in a moving vehicle.See more »
Megan:I came here to be at one with nature, well I got what I wanted. Now I have to live with it.See more »
Lyke Wake DirgeSee more »


What was the deal with Megan?
What did Sgt. Wells give Cooper?
What happened to the sequel?
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169 out of 199 people found the following review useful.
This movie is just..., 8 June 2004
Author: gregory-rebelo from Providence, USA


I must admit that I was pretty skeptical when i picked it up from the rack at my DVD retailer. A werewolf movie? Aren't they generally so bad no one wants to watch them/buy them? The fact that it was on sale didn't help, but I braced myself and got it figuring that if it was bad, I'd bury it in some deep deep cave and never let it out. But the movie got me out of my seat with excitement and enjoyment at the action and the thrills. I remember checking the time on the DVD player and wincing at the fact I had only half an hour of film left to enjoy. True, I have seen better special effects. And true some things aren't very realistic (and the producers acknowledge those things). But for a studio I have never heard of with a budget far inferior to those of Hollywood super productions, I found those effects very well done.

A very good movie that gave me thrills I hadn't had since the first Predator.

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