It's not unusual for alcoholic cop Lou to black out and wake up in unfamiliar surroundings, but lately things have taken a turn for the strange...and hairy. WolfCop is the story of one cop's quest to become a better man. One transformation at a time.Written by
When Lou first comes into the police station and he opens the drawer to his desk, you get a quick glimpse of what looks like a Jack Daniel's Old no.7 Tennessee Whiskey bottle. The label actually says Jim Dandie's Old no. 2 Kentucky Whiskey. See more »
While taking notes in the bar, Lou switches from being right handed in long shots, to left handed in close ups. See more »
If werewolves were allowed on the force, they'd no doubt be butting heads with the K-9 unit all the time.
Case in point, the lycanthropic patrolman in this horror-comedy.
Small-town police sergeant Lou Garou (Leo Fafard) gets mixed up in the occult when he stumbles on a human sacrifice involving a local politician. This encounter leaves Lou with heightened senses and a hairy complexion.
Still lucid while in his wolf form, Garou dons his badge and helps his partner (Amy Matysio) put an end to these otherworldly rituals intended to replenish the reptilian race (Jonathan Cherry, Sarah Lind) infesting their jurisdiction.
A brazen B-movie through-and-through, this all-Canadian gore-fest utilizes its home and native land's second-rate production values and tepid acting abilities to jury-rig together a cult classic that every camp-loving Canucks can be proud of.
Unfortunately, however, when wolf-cops are on-duty there is a drastic increase in unarmed cat shootings.
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