Bristled 

A young detective is out to find the killer of a young film star in a satire on classic Hollywood werewolf movies.

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John Howl, LAPD's finest is bitten in the City of Angels by a werewolf. Shortly afterwards, John feels strange sensations and cravings. Soon he realizes his fate is cast as he becomes a creature of the night and tortured while awaiting the full moon. Time passes as he is suspended in time. A cop with a conscience he's become a wild animal of the night. The wear and tear on his body, nervous system with the brutal and violent physical changes has taken its toll on John Howl, as his former nonchalant self, the disheveled 30-something golden boy spends his day chasing criminals, and by night, chained to a bed - knowing too well that if he doesn't, someone's going to get a sample of his noxious love bite. The Hollywood division is forever fraught with crime, egos and vanities. Howl on his own is assigned to handle a high profile case. The official mission, to catch the perpetrator who killed film star Corey Bridges. Howl's enlisted the assistance of a beautiful studio P.A. Penny ... Written by Clint Morris

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