This very short film begins with Bryan Michael Stoller sitting in his office one night, talking on the phone and watching puppets on TV. His boss, who can be heard only in incoherent mumbles, apparently wants Stoller to make more parody films (in real life, he's made a number of them), including one called "A Canadian Werewolf in Hollywood." Stoller tells him he doesn't have the money to make any more spoofs, and making this werewolf one would be especially hard because of the transformations. In the background is a window with a fake full moon covered by fake clouds. Outside, a burglar sneaks up to the house.
So, in the middle of the conversation, the moon comes out and Stoller drops the phone as he transforms. A rip-off of "Bad Moon Rising" plays. We see him grow claws and hair, his ears get pointy, and he suddenly resembles Teen Wolf. Then his feet pop out of his shoes and his face lengthens a bit. Outside, the burglar sees Stoller's silhouette and flees. Stoller picks up the phone (off-camera) and, in a much deeper voice, says that he'll make the movie, but it has to be a night shoot. We never see Stoller's full wolf form.
Well, I could go into detail telling you whether or not this film is any good (it is, especially for a low-budget 80's short), but you could easily see it for yourself. Just go to YouTube and search "Canadian werewolf." That's how I saw it.
Short filmmakers should think about make dozens and dozens more of the werewolf transformation short films like this, only they should do a several to ten bladders special effects and a couple costumes to puppetry special effects.
Found it on Youtube. Loved it. Very creepy and fun.