|There are movies about this series now, but I've had enough disappointment.|
So you can imagine how I felt when, while researching Anthony Hickox Week, I discovered that he directed a werewolf film. I was intrigued, to say the least. Although, looking at the cover of the DVD left me with reservations. Why? Because the people on there looked less like werewolves and more like vampire ninjas. But, as I had dedicated myself to writing about the works of Anthony Hickox and also watching every werewolf film at least once, I knew I had to give it a chance. After all, it at least promised to be seeped in the classic action movie formula I grew up on. It stars Mario Van Peebles in his prime, so I figured it had to have some decent action scenes if nothing else. When you also toss in Bruce Payne? Well, it's just begging me to watch it now. So, let's go prowling for some werewolves.
|Not shirtless abbed out skinwalkers, but werewolves.|
|If he thinks that's weird, just wait until he becomes Wolverine in the second act.|
|WEREWOLF FORCE!!! HELL YEAH!|
|They're the best at what they do and what they do may end in a lawsuit from Marvel Comics.|
|You can't just blow up Bruce Payne. He's a werewolf! And a warlock! And that weird bald guy with blue lips from Dungeons & Dragons!|
|This turns out to be a pretty bad idea on her part.|
|He may be one of the dopiest looking werewolves I have ever seen though.|
He then pursues Max as they fight atop a shipping container, eventually leading to Max injecting him with the silver nitrate as the eclipse ends and them both falling. Garou dies, pleading with Max that he take his blood into himself and continue his work fighting crime, and we see Max three years later where he seems to be doing just that alongside his wife, who is also now a werewolf too. Well, how about that? And we see him looking at the lunar cycle, preparing for the night when they will undoubtedly go clean up crime together. The end!
|I hope she takes those earrings off first though. I just can't take a werewolf seriously wearing those big hoops.|
|He creeped me out so much in the rape scene that I felt like I need to shower afterwards.|
|Seriously, there is no reason that she had to die. Lame.|