This movie rocks my socks. It's scary sometimes, funny sometimes, but always worth it. And the scene with the werewolf's victims in the movie theatre is priceless. A Must See and an Absolute Classic.
I have a sad affection for this movie, being that it was one of the first werewolf movies I saw. Yes it can be a bit tedious and lackluster, but to be totally fair isn't that what one expects while watching a movies based on a book? I enjoyed the find-the-werewolf-in-the-fog scene and there are a few laughs in the movie. The werewolf could use definite touching up(bipeadal werewolves irk me anyway) but the movie has its moments. I have also been told that one of the men sitting at the bar is my great-grand uncle... but which one?
Ugh... this movie left a bad taste in my mouth. If you were expecting another American Werewolf in London you need to look elsewhere. The plot is mildly erratic, the setting is creepy for the sake of creepy, and the werewolves don't even come close to par... CG werewolves are not my friends. Very few scene are memorable and even less are WORTH remembering. Lame with a capital L.
Alright let's get one thing clear: If you are looking for any trace of the actual story of the REAL Bray Road incident, move along. It shares nothing in common with its namesake except the name! And the werewolf is that hot, it looks like a cross between a bear and an ugly rabbit. High gore factor insures that the squeamish run puking from the room and the whole time you kind of know who the werewolf is... But the ending was kind of sweet. I mean lighting the wolf on fire was a great idea and so was letting the main character get bit. But otherwise this sucked out loud.
Sucked, sucked, sucked, sucked, SUCKED!! This thing is an abomination in every sense of the word. You feel not attachment what-so-ever to the impossible stupid characters, the transfomation scenes are incredibly disgusting, and the "werewolves" themselves are a bunch of DOGS running around. Pay close attention to the scene where the "wolves" are headed to the barn and try to find the husky they have in there; it's not that hard. The thing that'll stay with you(other than the sense of indigestion) is the doctor in the barn scene. Disturbing is a good word to describe this whole movie, and not in a good way...plus the ending is horrindously opened and spawned squeals. Ick...
I really enjoyed this movie. I mean I was all set too trash this at the begininng, but wow. It starts off with the traditional campers-in-the-woods-oh-no-full-moon-getting-eaten kind of deal then skips over to these soldiers going through training. Well one thing leads to another and they wind up in werewolf territory during that oh so glorious full moon. I don't want to say to much about the action cause its the best part, but the guy fighting with the frying pan was COOL. The gore factor's okay, not too much but not too little and the werewolves are I would say decent and there is a little twist. All in all one of my favorite wolf-flicks.
I so totally did NOT enjoy this movie... for me it was a massive let down. Yes the werewolf making snide comments and taunting the teens was pretty funny and the gore factor was pretty amazing, but it just lacked that vital little hook movies have to have for me. The teens go to a cabin in the middle of the woods and surprise surprise, most of them get killed and partially eaten. And then they got home to find that the main guy's stepdad is the werewolf. Oh yeah, absolutely cliche, not to mention the raunchy nudity and the werewolf-raping-the-blonde-chick scene. If you like those kind of things, this is your movie; if not I suggest something with a little more class and suspense.