A nice slice of 80's, campy, low budget, B Monster movie fare. In this movie, an evil creature is brought to life through a combination of comic-book artistry and an ancient, evil spell book of some kind.
The creature is vanquished by the artist who brought it to life (Jeffrey Combs), but he dies as well. 30 years later another comic-book artist arrives and Comb's characters home, now an "artist colony" and finds the book in the cellar, she brings it to life again and through her art unwittingly unleashes it on a murderous rampage.
The premise is original, and pretty imaginative, the performances are all serviceable, or at least amusing. The monster (not actually a werewolf) is pretty cool, but I didn't really like its facial design, looked too much like an evil Muppet. There's some gore, and good death scenes. The artwork on display is fantastic, and my favorite scenes were those in which we see a scenario being drawn, while also occurring in real life. On the minus side; the movie is filled with plot holes and at times just downright makes no sense. The low budget is apparent at times, as well.
Check it out if you're in the mood for a pretty neat, imaginative and cheesy 80's monster flick and don't mind being confused at times.