One man's struggle to contain the curse he hides within... and his last-ditch attempt to free himself with the love of family. But when it looks as if he is losing his battle, and ... See full summary »
The daughter of the werewolf from AWIL is alive and living in Paris where her mother (from the first film) and stepfather are trying to overcome her lycanthropic disease. A trio of American tourists on a thrill seeking trip around Europe manage to stop her from plunging to her death from the top of the Eiffel tower and are embroiled in a horrific but often hilarious plot involving a secret society of werewolves based in the city and a drug which allows werewolves to change at any time... This time there's no need for a full moon...Written by
Ben Jewitt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The animatronic & prosthetic effects were created by Magicon & Crawley Creatures. Joachim Gruninger & Jez Harris were the animatronics & prosthetics effects supervisors. Reza Karim of Crawley Creatures sculpted and applied the undead makeup to Vince Vieluf and Julie Bowen See more »
Andy's glass jumps from his hand to the table after the toast on the train. See more »
[Andy and Chris make a toast]
Hey,hey watch it man. All right I have the score for Spain our leader with 125 daredevil points, yours truly and in second place with 95 Chris...
Wait hold on a second what about the sex points?
No,those are separate.
Since when you can't keep changing the rules.
Who said anything about sex points,read your shirt it say's Daredevil Tour.
[Girl passes by]
you see that, she smiled at me.
In your dream's she's not interested in douche bags like us,...
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In the Magna Pacific DVD Region 4 version, an additional scene occurs at 56m22 seconds that shows a shirtless captured Chris (Phil Buckman) in the foreground, while the werewolf gang including a shirtless Claude (Pierre Cosso) perform a blood brother ritual in the background. The immediately following morgue scene is extended by a few seconds with additional shots of body parts in drawers. See more »
As a sequel to An American Werewolf in London, this film is sure to disappoint many. It certainly doesn't have the talent that was involved on that one. No John Landis. No David Naughton. No Jenny Agutter and other more-than-competent actors. No Rick Baker and dazzling, innovative special effects. I could go on...and on. But if one distances themselves from seeing this film as a sequel(and really it is not a sequel at all...it doesn't have any of the same characters from the first film), this film is not that bad on its own. Sure it is relying on your memories of the London film to get fannies in the seats. Yep, it uses the same character TYPES and situations(dead victims talking and being funny comes to mind quickly). Other than that and the fact that werewolves are involved(and a romance of course), I found few other similarities. This film is definitely going for more laughs and takes itself even far less serious than An American Werewolf in London. The leads...Scott and Delpy are pretty good. The rest of the actors are pretty good too, with Julie Bowen as a slutty American and the guy playing Claude particularly good. I also loved all the French police and the gentle humour inherent in every line they said. The script has some genuine scares laced throughout the picture but always comes back to the humour. French werewolves enjoying feasting on Americans was a particular funny storyline. Director Anthony Waller creates a fast-paced film with some excellent sequences interspersed with some sophomoric plot strands. By no means is this a great film, or even a great horror film/spoof, but it is a film that should grab and hold your attention. Make you jump a few times and laugh out loud now and then.
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