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This movie, from start to finish, is a bit of a disaster. The actors range from overactor to not an actor, to a varying degree. Their characters are hyper-stereotyped however, so it sort of works. The setting is pretty good, and the storyline a fantastic pile of myth drivel. The Wolf is... Bad... Like, really Bad. Pure B movie bad and then some.
The only thing this movie really lacks, is a generous helping of self- deprecating humor. But if you're not too hung up on it, it's actually a lot better than a few choice titles of recent, better budgeted, horror movies. And if you can forgive the terrible effects, it's actually slightly reminiscent of American Werewolf in London.
So. Expect nothing, and you will be rewarded.
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