Emily and Eden Stevens escape one violent situation only to stumble into another. Terrified and alone, they are stranded in the woods, hunted by a werewolf. When they find shelter in a ...
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Emily and Eden Stevens escape one violent situation only to stumble into another. Terrified and alone, they are stranded in the woods, hunted by a werewolf. When they find shelter in a nearby home, things only get worse. They must work together to get out alive as a family of werewolves close in for the kill.Written by
Wild Eye Releasing
Bonehill Road played at Film Festivals all over the world, including a few in England. Over 70 Festivals in all, and won over a dozen awards. At some screenings, people were encouraged to Howl during Werewolf scenes and even dress up as a werewolf for prizes. See more »
When the mother is washing her face a blood stain appears and disappears between shots. See more »
No animals or werewolves were harmed in the making of this motion picture. See more »
I like horror and werewolf movies, so if I give most of them a watch.
And most of them are a waste of time, no exception here.
The story can be told in 1-2 sentences, the directing is not overwhelming - to say the least - the actors are clearly inexperienced and most should definitely stick to their day jobs.
Well, some effects were not too bad, actually.
I understand this movie had a severely low budget, but in my opinion that's not really an excuse for the so called story, acting and directing,
Might be harsh to give it a such a negative review - it's a fan project where some heart might have been involved - but the ratings are way too high, and people shouldn't be suckered into watching something they are likely to regret afterwards.
Only go for it if you're really into low budget indie horror, otherwise you're better off just watching one of the very few good werewolf movies once more.
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