"They live among us. They hunt us. "A 12 year old boy and his mother become the targets of two warring werewolf packs, each with different intentions and motives.
It was okay. Better than I expected. I plunked down my 8 bucks to see
Blood & Chocolate last winter and almost swore off the genre. But it is
summer afterall and Friday is movie day. (Rush Hour 3 is later
tonight..) It was a relief to not see so much damned CGI in this film.
I was actually happy to see some old school prosthetics and true
wirework without the necessity of flying werewolves.
As far as the story, it was pretty damned clunky. Didn't make too much
sense at all. But then again, when do horror films make sense? The
girls were pretty damned hot even for beasties and I found myself oddly
attracted to them.
Going back to werewolf lore, I'm beginning to wonder if producers
actually understand the fundamentals to the genre. I don't think they
truly do. I'd say this and 1408 are my two favorite PG-13 films of the
|Nr of disks/tapes:||1|
|Storage device:||Divx 5|