Just as the 1987 Richard Dreyfuss/Emilio Estevez buddy-cop comedy Stakeout begat Another Stakeout in 1993, adding Rosie O’Donnell to the mix for some reason, lowbrow Canadian horror-comedy WolfCop has sired Another WolfCop, which premiered as a work-in-progress at Austin’s Fantastic Fest in 2016 before making its proper debut one year ago at the Fantasia International […]
You and I are alone in an executive office. I am sitting across from you at a desk. Behind me, a smouldering sunset illuminates the skyline through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The desk is massive, gleaming, its dark varnished surface devoid of objects except for my folded hands and an unbranded video tablet. Its screen is […]
The fact that he deputized me as an official WolfCop officer (with a badge and everything) is the only reason I’ll ever forgive writer/director Lowell Dean for not calling the WolfCop sequel “WolfCopier”. I will admit the actual title, Another WolfCop, is apropos, especially when rendered in the style of a hard-boiled cop thriller. God knows the original had enough schlocky […]
The sequel to Canadian horror/comedy WolfCop is “fully financed and ready to shoot”, but in keeping with its community roots, its production team has launched an Indiegogo campaign to help finance the most extraneous, fan-service-y and delightful part of any film: the celebrity stunt-casting.
As a regular contributor to this site for the past four years, I’ve been privy to production details of a great many werewolf films at all stages of their development. There is none, however, that I’ve heard more about than the Canadian horror-comedy WolfCop.
After staring in a film and a comic book, the alcoholic werewolf cop you know and tolerate because he’s armed love is back for another adventure, this time in his very own novel.
As reported by Shock Till You Drop and corroborated through official channels, Canada’s favourite alcoholic werewolf lawman is headed south. Image Entertainment has secured U.S. distribution rights to Lowell Dean’s horror-comedy WolfCop, which means officer Lou Garou will soon be splattering gore, puke and other bodily fluids across the screens of theatres across America. No release date has been announced […]
As reported by The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline, CineCoup has already approved a sequel to WolfCop, despite the fact that the public won’t get to see the first film until June 6th. After “unanimous positive” reactions to the from buyers at Cannes, the Canadian film company has scheduled a Fall 2014 shoot / early 2015 “worldwide” release, […]
Are you ready for alcohol, stubble, vomit, pentagrams carved into human flesh, irresponsible driving, werewolf sex scenes and a mega-grossout transformation? Because I am. June 6th, Canada. Get ready. “Ooh! Got ta stop off at da brewery, do some investigating.”
Yesterday was the opening night of Fan Expo Vancouver, and I used a combination of stealth, charm, and an ancient technique known as “paying for a ticket” to gain entry. Once inside I spent most of the evening lurking around booth 143, where the WolfCop crew was set up. Over the course of three hours Emersen Ziffle transformed Leo Fafard […]