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DarkWolf (2003)

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An LAPD cop, whose partner was murdered by a werewolf, must protect a woman called Josie, who's a hybrid, after he realizes that the werewolf wants to mate with her.

Director:

Richard Friedman

Writers:

Geoffrey Alan Holliday (story by), Chuck Scholl (story by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Samaire Armstrong ... Josie
Ryan Alosio ... Turley
Andrea Bogart ... Stacey
Jaime Bergman ... McGowan
Alexis Cruz ... Miguel
Aaron Van Wagner Aaron Van Wagner ... Tom
Sasha Craig ... Anna (as Sasha Williams)
Kane Hodder ... Biker Guy
Beau Clark Beau Clark ... Wayne
Steven Williams ... Hartigan (as Stephen Williams)
Tippi Hedren ... Mary
Monica Lee Monica Lee ... Nurse
Rick McCallum ... DarkWolf
Vince Lozano ... Desk Sergeant
Alex D'Lerma ... Reporter
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Storyline

A hip, very erotic twist on the werewolf thriller, this atmospheric horror film adds a a wickedly sexy appetite to the bloodthirsty cravings of its monster. A vicious werewolf stalks the streets of Los Angeles. Between killings, its desperate goal is to mate with unsuspecting Josie, who is unaware of her special power attracting the beast. Forced to take over an investigation involving werewolves after his partner is killed, an LAPD Detective is led to the trail of this ravenously deadly hybrid werewolf. This unstoppable beast is in LA to find the next matriarch of the pure-bred werewolves so that it can mate with her before the night is over and continue the werewolf lineage. Josie, the young waitress becomes his target and the cop must find a way to rescue her and ultimately the entire human race which will become extinct if the mating occures. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines:

Half Man. Half Beast. Pure Evil.

Genres:

Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence/gore, sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 April 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Darkwolf See more »

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Budget:

$2,500,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Turley: [Turley sees a dead body in a room] You don't need to see that. What made it attack her again? Doesn't make sense.
Josie: What are you talking about?
Turley: Doesn't make sense.
Josie: What? What?
Turley: Who have you touched tonight?
Josie: Touched? What are - What are you talking about?
Turley: Have you touched anyone? Detective McGowan. In the diner, you said you ran into her, right?
Josie: [stammering] What are you talking about?
Turley: In the diner, in the bathroom. You said you saw Detective McGowan, remember?
Josie: Yes.
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References Howling III (1987) See more »

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Math & Math
Performed by Eleventh Hour
Written by Geoff Levin
On Tone Row Music
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How do films like these ever even get funded?
28 July 2005 | by MrGKBSee all my reviews

The only reason I even watched this was because I found it at my local library (and will berate them mercilessly for having wasted public monies on it), and despite the plethora of tits and ass, it didn't take long to realize that the fast-forward button was my friend. Terrible direction, pedestrian camera work, sporadically bad-to-nearly-passable acting, chintzy effects, and one of the worst screenplays I've had the displeasure of seeing brought to life (such as it was, horribly crippled and mutilated) in a long, long time. Best laughs actually come from the "Making of..." featurette, in which the poor saps involved with this HDV mess attempt to justify their lame efforts as if they had been working on something special, instead of something that won't be utterly forgotten next week. Wait! Except for the fact that somehow someone lured Tippi "The Birds" Hedren, of all people, into doing a bit part, along with Kane "Friday the 13th" Hodder! How this came to pass, I'll never know, and to be honest, I don't really care. Watch at your own risk, and don't say you haven't been warned. This is film-making at its pretentious, craven worst. It only gets a 2 from me for having some good-looking naked women, and even then, just barely.


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