Scooby, Shaggy, Scrappy. Throw in Universal monsters and you're good. But not enough plot and crappy dialogue. Happy endings to all but the monsters, with a cliff hanger ending.
This is way too different from the book, but definitely good. See it if
you're lookin' to waste 94 minutes and some odd seconds.
Perfect. Traditional classic. Hilarious.
It really made the old bat we call a vampire seem more human, easier to
like. Not really a werewolf movie, but really good none the less. I recommend it
because it has Gary Oldman in it (he played Sirius Black in Harry Potter 3-5). He
delivered a great performance.
Earl and his friends try to resurrect Frankenstein's monster, and there
is a dream sequence with a wolfman in it.
Okay, the movie opens with this woman being chased by some weird creature through a grove of peaches. She is killed and she drops a teddy bear on the ground. Then we see ian carrying that same bear. Well we find out he's trying to find a traveling carnival. He gets turned into an exhibit and then he and the vampire fight.
By the by, did anyone else notice that Ian's opening is the same as the opening for werewolf of fever swamp only deeper and a little slower.
Ignore this movie and pretend it doesn't even exist. And if you must watch this movie, please don't make someone else watch it with you.
I've seen worse. (Coughs)The Howling 2. It had its moments, but it was bad.
Okay, what the hell happened here? They got an old French guy, who, I guess, only speaks French,seems to go insane after his daughters death, and won't stop muttering about a "Ruke garoux" (Loup Garou, which, sorry Noel, actually means "male werewolf in French, a female werewolf is called a lubin), and his son is suspected by the local sheriff. Well, the sheriff finds out that the town doctor had gotten the girl pregnant, and then he's a suspect too. The sheriff suspects all but 2 people, himself and his love intrest. So, after he arrests the non doctor suspect and he gets ripped to shreds along with the deputy, there's one less suspect. Check, mister sheriff, your move. After a bit, he and his love intrest go out and investigate. Then the barn is set on fire with the werewolf in it later that night, but that don't work, so his sister shoots him with a blessed bullet from his own gun. The movie ends with some slightly "King Kong" style music. Not to good, but not to bad 2.5 out of 5.
I admit it, I went into watching this movie with aprehension, and I haven't finnished it yet. But not for it being bad.It's because I haven't had any time to finish it.
I paid 19 bucks for this, and it was so worth it! I don't ussualy yell my commentary at a movie, but this one got "The Adkins Family unwritten ongoing commentary", a very prestigous honor. I've only done that with two other movies, AWWIL and the Howling (No, don't go into the cabin! and in one of my anime moments :YAY! Blood gore death and destruction!, order reversed.), so you can tell it's a good movie.
The actors are all great, the diolouge is exicuted well, and can I just say, "Is it me, or does the guy playing Jared look like a younger Willem Dafoe?"
The effects are okay, nothing spectacular, but not Howling 2 and 7 bad. I really love this movie.
My comments included:
"Of course he'll kill you! He's a WEREWOLF! Duh!"
"Oh, the eye in the soup. I certainly didn't see that coming!"
"Hand through the gut! Hand through the gut!"
"Okay. She's spying on him, he's got his dog spying on her. So my question is: WHO THE HECK"S SPYING ON THE DOG!? Let's not leave the dog out of this."
"Man, This. Is. AWESOME!"
My poor mother had no clue what was going on down stairs. Pity her.
I think this movie will slowly become a cult classic.
I got dibs on Cult Leader!