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. (more…)
Note as of 2017-07-07: this page is about a year out of date, but will be getting a HUGE update in the next few days!
Did you lose track of all the werewolf movies coming out lately? I did, and it’s kinda my job to keep tabs on them all! Here’s a cheat sheet to help you keep up on releases and plan your purchases or pre-orders.
- Underworld: Blood Wars. The Underworld saga continues. Directed by Anna Foerster and starring Kate Beckinsale. Currently in post-production, with a theatrical release planned for January 2017.
- The Wildness. Stoner ski-bum versus rich-kid werewolves. As of March 2016, in pre-production near Vancouver, Canada. Directed by Marcel Sarmiento.
- Bad Vibes, starring Elijah Wood. A psychedelic werewolf cult versus “squares” in 1969. Was set to shoot in Austin in October 2015, so it’s probably in post production now.
- WolfCop II, the sequel to the best thing to come out of Canada since poutine. Directed by Lowell Dean, and starring Leo Fafard, Amy Matysio, and Yannick Bisson. Currently in post-production.
- Little Dead Rotting Hood, directed by Jared Cohn and starring Eric Balfour andBianca A. Santos. Zombies, werewolves, fairy tales, and the handsome guy who plays Duke on Haven. Available on DVD in North America.
- Uncaged, directed by Daniel Robbins and starring Ben Getz. Has one hell of a cool poster and a great trailer, but it didn’t fare well in our Full Moon Features. Available now on DVD in North America. In the UK, it comes out March 21st on DVD / streaming under the title “Beast Within”.
- Howl, directed by Paul Hyett, starring Ed Speleers, Holly Weston and Elliot Cowan. If traffic to this site is an accurate measurement of interest, this is the film of the year. With this trailer, it’s no wonder. Available on DVD in North America and DVD, Blu-ray and streaming / download in the UK.
- Crying Wolf, directed by Tony Jopia, starring Caroline Munro, Joe Egan and Kristofer Dayne. Available for streaming and on DVD in North America and on DVD in the UK. Eviscerated by Full Moon Features.
- Howl is available on region 2 (Europe) DVD and Blu-ray from Amazon.
- Blood Moon, directed by Jeremy Wooding, starring George Blagden, Tom Cotcher and Barrington De La Roche. Covered by Full Moon Features. Out on DVD in North America, and available in the UK on DVD and Amazon Instant Video.
- When Animals Dream, directed by Jonas Alexander Arnby and starring Sonia Suhl. Out in North America on DVD, Amazon Instant Video and iTunes, and on Region 2 (Europe) Blu-ray. See the trailer and stellar poster art here. Covered by Full Moon Features.
- WolfCop, directed by Lowell Dean, starring Leo Fafard and Amy Matysio. North American DVD and Blu-ray are out now!
- Late Phases, directed by Adrián García Bogliano, starring Nick Damici and Ethan Embry. Available on DVD / Blu-ray or as a download. If you want to spoil yourself and get a look at the werewolf, click this way.
- Wolves, directed by David Hayter, starring Jason Momoa and Merritt Patterson. DVD and digital available now. Check out some close-ups of the fantastic werewolf makeup here.
- Werewolf Rising, directed by BC Furtney, starring Brian Berry and Melissa Carnell. Covered by Full Moon Features. DVD and digital download available now.
- What We Do In The Shadows, directed by & starring Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, also starring Jonathan Brugh. Available to buy or rent as a digital download on Amazon and iTunes, and as a Region 2 Blu-ray. North American DVD arrives July 21st (see below).
- Dog Soldiers [Scream Factory Collector’s Edition], directed by Neil Marshall, staring Sean Pertwee, Kevin McKidd and Emma Cleasby. Super fancy DVD / Blu-ray with a new transfer and bonus features. Available now from Scream Factory and Amazon.
- Howling II [Scream Factory Collector’s Edition], directed by Philippe Mora, starring Christopher Lee (RIP), Annie McEnroe and Reb Brow. Available for now from Scream Factory and Amazon.
It’s the day before Christmas Eve, and if for some reason you were unable to find a suitable item for the werewolf fan in your life in Gift Guide parts One and Two, don’t worry. It’s not too late to avoid the shame of being someone who gives iTunes gift cards as, like, a Main Gift. Here are five werewolf gift ideas that you can obtain and deliver digitally in less time than it took you to read this.