A teen angst thriller at a high school gripped by an apparent curse that claims the life of a senior every year. Story follows a senior, Chrissie, who is skeptical, and another, Tracy, who believes that she may be the next victim.
Revolves around a local cop struggling to keep his family together while simultaneously policing two clashing communities: the small town where he grew up and the neighboring mountains, ... See full summary »
The coming-of-age story of Cayden Richards. Forced to hit the road after the murder of his parents, Cayden wanders, lost, without purpose... Until he meets a certifiable lunatic named Wild Joe, who sets him on a path to the ominous town of Lupine Ridge, to hunt down the truths of his history. But in the end, who's really hunting whom?Written by
According to David Hayter, the unrated version is his cut. See more »
When Cayden gets hit in mid air playing football he hits the ground and fumbles the ball. You can see the ball bouncing off in the background. When the camera switches angles you can now see Cayden has the football in his hands. See more »
A boy (Lucas Till) is trying to find out about his family history and stumbles upon a town of lycanthropes.
Phil Brown, writing for Rue Morgue, calls this "an absolutely abysmal movie" and "a complete mess". He says this is "all stuff you've seen before and you've definitely seen it done better." Brown's only real positive comment is on the casting of Stephen McHattie, who he sees as something of a Canadian treasure.
Brown is too harsh. There is plenty to dislike, true enough, including a very forced plot that seems like paint by numbers (and seems to rip off ideas from werewolf novel "Bitten" without credit). But it still has some great effects and some strong wolf action. And Jason Momoa, who is quickly becoming a rising star in genre films and television.
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