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A nonstop supernatural thriller that explores the dark side of underground filmmaking. Gina Sklar, the reigning queen of horror, portrayed by Tiffany Shepis, lures Jake Bubar (Tim Mandala) into the decadent world of illusions and myths. Robert Lonzo (J. Edmund Fond) is Gina's mentor and producer in the world of horror cinema. Someone has stolen the footage from his latest movie and Gina needs Jake's help to recover it. It's Lonzo's best movie ever and Gina's breakout performance. Gina believes that this movie could catapult her out of the "B" world of films and into mainstream cinema. Jake struggles with his own demons internally but in the end cannot resist her. He only sees her vulnerability and beauty and will do anything to help. Jake's beliefs are challenged when he discovers Gina's true nature and realizes that the "the heart becomes savage." Together they forge ahead and deal with the demons and beasts that try to stop them from their forbidden desire.Written by
My quick rating - 4,5/10. Well, not the worst I have seen. If it wasn't for some out of place humor that this movie has, this would really have some low scores. Truth is, the movie is not very good. The movie within a movie idea works out OK but the filmmakers got a bit lost in how to wrap it up with anything resembling logic. But that isn't really the point of it, seeing a "scream queen" transform into some sort of monster (why and go the title is wolf, I have no idea) and go around killing people is the point, right? Well, if you actually watch this, you will realize that wasn't the point. The movie is really more of a love story between the male lead (Timothy Mandala) and his crush on the scream queen in this movie (Jamie Lee Curtis need not be afraid). Yes, Tiffany Shepis does an adequate job in her role, and does not overdo it at all but the sheer ridiculousness surrounding the transformation and monster element is so laughable it earns points in how bad it is. If you appreciate "so bad it is good" then you may like this. But be warned, it is not a good film at all so don't expect it to be.
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