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>
In a scene that was deleted from the movie, it was discovered that the werewolf society had been around for centuries and the werewolf that attacked David Kessler and Jack Goodman in An American Werewolf in London was once a member. See more »
This movie should have been called An American Werewolf in Luxembourg because, except a few scenes, all was shut in Luxembourg. See more »
[Wakes up naked and surrounded by a crowd the morning after his first rampage as a werewolf]
What did I do?
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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 »
"An American Werewolf in Paris" is an excellent horror-comedy, in the great tradition of "The Lost Boys" and "Fright Night". I see that a lot of people dislike this movie. These are obviously hardcore horror fans who wanted to see something dark and gothic; but instead got something blackly humorous and were not amused by it. I admit, "An American Werewolf in Paris" is not really scary, but neither are "The Lost Boys" and "Fright Night," and those two movies seem to be highly regarded by horror fans. I don't understand why everyone hates this one so much. If you are a fan of horror-comedies, or if you have a morbid sense of humor, this is definitely for you. I think it's great: nine out of ten stars (On a one star DVD, I should say. It would have been nice to have some extra features besides the trailer.)
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