Meet Scott Howard, a struggling high school student with problems. He is on a lackluster basketball team with a lame duck coach, he is having problems getting noticed by the prettiest girl in his school, Pamela Wells (who already has a boyfriend who wants to ruin Scott's life named Mick McAllister). But in the middle of it all, he feels an effects of a dog whistle and he itches everywhere and even discovers that his nails are longer and sharp. When he came home from a party, he discovers his new problem. He is a half human-wolf hybrid. He tries to keep this a secret, but during a basketball game the secret comes out and it helped Scott to turn his life around, the basketball team starts to become a contender for the state championships. He became very popular, and he was discovered by Pamela, and begin to go out with each other (despite that Pamela is still going out with Mick). However, Scott's father warns him about turning into the wolf out of anger. Scott must watch his anger as ...
He always wanted to be special... but he never expected this!
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Did You Know?
The beaver mascot logo used in the film was the Oregon State University Beavers' logo, in use by the university at that time. See more
After Scott first "wolfs out", he talks to Stiles and closes
his locker door. In the next shot the locker door is open again. See more
It doesn't matter how you play the game, it's whether you win or lose. And even that doesn't make all that much difference.
There is a line in the credits that says: Welcome Makenna Goodman.
Makenna is the daughter of Miles Goodman, who composed music for the film. See more
The cable TV version includes all four of the alternate scenes. See more
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Music by Miles Goodman
Lyrics by Douglas Brayfield
Performed by Mark Vieha See more