Wilbur is a veterinarian who begins to turn into a werewolf after being bitten by a large animal brought to his clinic.

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Wiilbur Orwell
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Patty Orwell (as Paula Jai Parker-Martin)
Kailin See ...
Mikayla Kumpula
Gillian Barber ...
Moonflower Dougdale
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Det. Marvin Deane
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Crane Dougdale
Meshach Peters ...
Oliver Orwell
Colin A. Campbell ...
Geoff Matthews
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Forest J. Caldwell
Seanna Collins ...
Newscaster
Rob Hislop ...
Trucker
Margherita Donato ...
Screaming Woman
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Michael the Werewolf
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The veterinarian Wiilbur Orwell is a family man happily married with Patty and they have a son. When a huge animal is brought to the clinic of Wilbur hit by a car, he is bitten by the animal that dies. On the next morning, an old couple asks for the body of the animal and Wilbur delivers to them. Soon he learns that the animal was a werewolf and Wilbur turns into one. Meanwhile one employee of Wilbur's clinic is murdered and Wilbur believes he is responsible for the death. He visits the old couple and learns that the werewolf would never do anything that he would not do as a human. When his assistant Mikayla is also attacked and he becomes the prime suspect of a police detective. Who might be attacking people on the streets? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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3 January 2009 (Hungary)  »

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1.78 : 1
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The ingredients for Something with Bite.
15 February 2009 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

I liked this one. Not loved, but liked, much more than the 1998 attempt at werewolf-comedy, an American werewolf in Paris. Here we have an African-American couch potato slash veterinarian who is doing night shift, when suddenly, they bring in a large animal. "My! What big eyes/ears/teeth you have!" The poor thing has been run over, and in its last moment, it takes a snapper at Wilbur, our vet. This sets into motion a sometimes funny set of events that leads up to a rather sad, but in a way, disturbing climax. The acting is reminiscent of other films like Vampire in Brooklyn, and the casting is quite perfect. It has its downsides here and there, but overall it's worth the watch.The best thing about this one, is that it keeps its Fear Itself Trademark UNhappy ending, but in such a way that it actually is happy after all. Compared to other episodes of Fear Itself, this one should not be viewed with great expectations of scares and suspense, but it delivers in other ways. Add a bag of playfulness, a dash of strange and a pinch of serious, and you have SOMETHING WITH BITE.


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