Is nothing sacred? As reported by Bloody Disgusting and others, John Landis, director of American Werewolf In London, confirmed at HorrorHound that he would be open to doing a remake of his classic 1980s werewolf film. Landis owns the rights to AWIL, and is apparently “in talks” with people to resurrect David, Jack and Nurse Price. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s a terrible idea. What do you think? Should AWIL be “re-imagined” for 21st century audiences? Post your opinions in the comments.
Arguably the best and most famous werewolf movie of the 20th century is An American Werewolf In London. AWIL had it all: great horror, black humour, a killer soundtrack, and the best werewolf transformation scene ever committed to film. Now, over 25 years after AWIL was released, filmmaker Paul Davis is getting ready to release Beware the Moon – Remembering An American Werewolf in London, a feature-length documentary on the making of the classic werewolf movie.