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Red: Werewolf Hunter (2010)

The modern-day descendant of Little Red Riding Hood brings her fiancé home to meet her family and reveal their occupation as werewolf hunters, but after he is bitten by a werewolf, she must protect him from her own family.

Director:

Sheldon Wilson

Writers:

Angela Mancuso (based on a story by), Brook Durham (teleplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Felicia Day ... Virginia 'Red' Sullivan
Kavan Smith ... Nathan Kessler
Stephen McHattie ... Gabriel
Greg Bryk ... Marcus Sullivan
Rosemary Dunsmore ... Grandmother Sullivan
David Reale ... Jake Sullivan
Carlyn Burchell ... Lyra
Kevin Power Kevin Power ... Male Wolf
Argiris Karras ... Human Man Wolf (as Andikis Karkas)
Joan Grisson Joan Grisson ... Grandmother - opening sequence
Victoria Robertson ... Red - child
David Schaaf David Schaaf ... Xavier
Thalia Stefaniuk Thalia Stefaniuk ... Teenage Girl
Scott Hilton ... Mystery Driver (as Scott 'Beaman' Hilton)
Michael Luckett ... Teenage Boy
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Storyline

The modern-day descendant of Little Red Riding Hood brings her fiancé home to meet her family and reveal their occupation as werewolf hunters, but after he is bitten by a werewolf, she must protect him from her own family.

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Genres:

Fantasy | Horror

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:

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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 October 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Red: Werewolf Hunter See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Greg Bryk who plays a werewolf hunter in the film also played a werewolf in the tv series Bitten See more »

Goofs

In werewolf lore they change shape when the full moon rises. However, the boyfriend says he can feel the change coming on, then looks out the window and we can see that the moon has already risen high into the sky. He is then shown locked in the cage in the basement and he still hasn't changed yet. See more »

Connections

Version of The Suckers (1972) See more »

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woeful, dull, awful, need I go on?
26 July 2011 | by lafferjSee all my reviews

I had to post here as there are only 5 reviews and one said this movie stunk. It is a stinker alright, dull, boring and just plain bad. I turned it off after about 20 - 30 mins.

Firstly, and this may not be to your liking BUT - if you are going to pretend that your are out patrolling after the baddies(a.k.a military style), at least put in some sort of effort. Spend a couple of dollars on an ex-military person to show you how it's done. Trying to fake it just looks plain awful.

Also, if you are going to give field signals (like telling your team to do something with hand signals), again, get some advice. I was confused as to what they were doing. Surely there is someone in the US to help with this. This is not being pedantic, I just couldn't tell what they were doing.

You don't have to have been in the military to understand what I'm saying. When you are going after someone (say the Vampire or the Werewolf), you don't stand out in the open waiting to get attacked. You keep as best hidden as you can. This is basic stuff - common sense.

The creatures in this movie were pretty poor. I tried to like them but they were such bad CGI. Try watching any of the resident evil movies.


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