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The Lunar Pack (2004)

Video  |   |  Horror  |  31 October 2004 (USA)
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Let Mistress Misty (Debbie Rochon) guide you through three tales of the full moon as she follows the stories of different werewolves and how they handle their curse, gift or simple way of life.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Melissa Morse ...
Rose LeNoire (segment "Dark Rose: The 700 Year Itch")
Colleen Kavanaugh ...
(segment "Dark Rose:The 700 Year Itch")
Jason Liquori ...
P.I. Jim Stewart (segment "Sheep's Clothing") (as Jason L. Liquori)
Chanel Bagwell ...
Gina Arrucci (segment "Sheep's Clothing")
Minister Harrison (segment "Sheep's Clothing")
Bobby Arrucci (segment "Sheep's Clothing") / Billy (segment "Crying Wolf") / The Sheriff
Amanda Robertson
Keighley White ...
(as Keighley Alain White)
Sade Barfield
Samantha Beck
Emilee L. Clark
Jonathan Shane Ferrell ...
Billy Joe (segment "Crying Wolf")
Annie Maleski ...
Tracy (segment "Crying Wolf")
Jeremy Weibe ...
EMT (segment "Crying Wolf")
Paul Dalhover ...
EMT (segment "Crying Wolf")


Let Mistress Misty (Debbie Rochon) guide you through three tales of the full moon as she follows the stories of different werewolves and how they handle their curse, gift or simple way of life.

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One Vampire, Three Stories, Four Werewolves and the Hottest Hostess this side of Hell!





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The character of Dark Rose also appears in a feature made several years earlier. She is played by a different actress. The actress portraying Rose in this film was able to do the physical scenes herself and even devised the method of making Rose appear to leap several yards without costly or dangerous cable work. See more »

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The characters and events in this motion picture are completely fictional. Any likeness to any person, living or dead is purely coincidental. Actually, considering two of the characters are werewolves, a likeness to an actual person would be quite strange. I mean really, werewolves aren't real. Are they? None showed up for auditions, but then again, we didn't hold auditions during the full moon. Are you still reading this? See more »


Followed by All Wrapped Up (2007) See more »

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These short films are actually quite fun to watch!
19 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was impressed with the humorous writing style of these shorts, especially during the scenes with Mistress Misty, the "Hostess" who has three children, apparently sired by Count Dracula, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, and The Wolfman! :) To give you an idea of the director's humor, he has these little footnotes that run at the bottom of the credits – funny indeed! :) Obviously, being a part of a 50-movie pack, you should realize that these are movies with pretty much no budget at all. So you know they are going to be somewhat cheesy, however the shorts that make up this film are very tongue-in-cheek, and I was actually surprised at the make-up of the werewolves – not bad at all! All of the out-of-sync fighting, etc. only added to the charm. :) If you do not mind zero-budget films, this is definitely one to check out! I know that I will be checking out other works by this director.

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