Jack Ford leads a special forces unit back to the United States to hunt down Jake Gabriel, a soldier who has been infected with the werewolf virus that turns man into wolf. Little does Jack...
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Jack Ford leads a special forces unit back to the United States to hunt down Jake Gabriel, a soldier who has been infected with the werewolf virus that turns man into wolf. Little does Jack know that three of the female soldiers serving in his unit have also been infected and have already transformed into she-wolves. The she-wolves' forces of evil and Ford's special op forces of good, are pitted against each other in the race to save mankind from turning into wolves.Written by
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(at around 1 min) There is a long camera shot of Erika and Jake standing in front of a picket fence, facing each other, about 25 feet apart. They start charging at each other and the camera shows close-ups of each, cutting back and forth between the two, as they are in a full sprint for seven seconds. The camera then switches back to a long shot, and you see that each of them have moved only about four feet. See more »
Some soldiers become werewolves as a result of a tour of duty might have looked good on paper but the execution with this movie is anything but. The War Wolves don't look quite as menacing as they are meant to be with their execution with this movie and somehow the talents of veteran actors in John Saxon and Adrienne Barbeau are completely wasted here. Also the good guys are not good enough in their presentation for me to root them for. The villains and good guys of course fight but there is no sense of any enthusiasm for these fights. War Wolves muddles through with its entirety and as said before John Saxon and Adrienne Barbeau's talents are wasted here. Saxon does not make for a convincing hero of this movie while it is hard to understand what was exactly Adrienne Barbeau's purpose in being in this movie.
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