Gary Brandner's horror novels come to life again in this sequel to "The Howling." A number of vicious murders occur in a small California town after a motorcycle-riding stranger arrives. The gruesome slayings look disturbingly like the work of a werewolf. Meanwhile, in another nearby town, police are hot on the trail of a killer they believe is a werewolf. This is "Howling" with a country-western angle.
Sujit R. Varma
Somewhere Out There a New Terror is Breeding
Did You Know?
Since Clive Turner
always wrestled people for control of the films (basically having John Hough
direct Howling IV: The Original Nightmare
(1988) and then re-shooting over half the film because Hough wasn't hired to do the film he thought needed to be done), he decided to make his own Howling movie and star in it. And why not have it take place at one of his favorite towns and get all the actual locals to act in it. See more
Bearded Man with Shovel
Balding Man in Suit
Mother of God.
The events depicted in this town are fictitious. The characters depicted in Pioneer Town are real. See more
In North America and Canada the opening title as well as the box art title is called The Howling: New Moon Rising. Outside North America and Canada the film was retitled Howling VII: Mystery Woman during the opening credits as well as on the DVD and VHS box art. See more
Written by Robert Morwell
(as Robert Mowell)
Performed by Heather Wallace Hall See more