Cursed (Unrated Version) (2005)
A brother and sister are involved in an auto accident coming home one
night. They stop to help and both end up being bitten by a werewolf.
Will they be able to figure it out and find out who bit them so they can
end their curse?
Starring: Christina Ricci, Jesse Eisenberg
Director: Wes Craven
Ginger Snaps (2000)
Two morbid sisters are about experience a whole new meaning for "The
Curse". Ginger gets bit by a werewolf while they are walking home one
night. She and her sister have to deal with what Ginger has become. Can
they do it before Ginger snaps?
Starring: Peter Keleghan, Emily Perkins
Directors: John Fawcett
Rating: Not Rated
Blood & Chocolate (2007)
As a young girl, Vivian watched helplessly as her family was murdered by
a pack of angry men for the secret they carried in their blood. Ten
years later, Vivian is living a relatively safe and normal life in
Starring: Agnes Bruckner, Olivier Martinez
Directors: Katja von Garnier
Dog Soldiers (2002)
A band of soldiers is dispatched to war games deep in the woods.
When they stumble across a rival team slaughtered in camp they realize
they're not alone. Something deadly is waiting in the darkness:
something not animal and not human. Holed up in a farmhouse, the
soldiers start a bloody battle against the beasts.
Starring: Kevin McKidd, Emma Cleasby
Director: Neil Marshall
Two packs of werewolves, one that hunts humans and one that gets
along with them, are signaled by the moon of an ancient prophecy. A 13
year old boy that is half human and half werewolf will control the
destiny of the packs.
Starring: Kim Coats, Elias Koteas
Director: James Issac
American Werewolf in London Special Edition (1981)
Cult horror film about tourist werewolf. Fans of offbeat comedy enjoy, though this is not
strictly a spoof. Much-revered, gory special effects still please fans of shockingly
David Naughton, Jenny Agutter
The Howling (Special Edition)
A TV news anchorwoman combats rampant
werewolves in this witty semi-tribute to horror films. Critics were mixed, but with
terrific special effects and laugh-inducing dialogue, it's appreciated by knowledgeable
horror buffs. The werewolves are the best we've seen!
Starring: Dee Wallace Stone, Patrick Macnee
Director: Joe Dante
The Company of Wolves (1982)
The story unfolds as a young girl lies dreaming in her bed. A violent
nightmare transports her back in time to a world of primeval forests &
werewolves. She learns her only sister has been killed by a wolf. Her
granny weaves vivid tales of folklore & fantasy with warnings of beasts
that lurk within men.
Starring: Angela Landbury, Sarah Patterson
Director: Neil Jordan
Story of a handicapped young boy and his sister trying to
discover the identity of a werewolf in their town, along with the help
of their alcoholic uncle. Adapted from the Steven King novella.
Starring: Gary Busey, Corey Haim
Director: Dan Attias
Underworld Trilogy (Underworld / Underworld: Evolution / Underworld: Rise of the Lycans)
The story of a world of vampires and werewolves, but the lycans are
slaves to the vampires. The three films all tie together with the third
one a prequel to the first movie. Very entertaining, dark and the
special effects are good. We like to watch the last one first, then the
A real estate tycoon, his wife and a street wino have something grisly
in common: they're the latest victims in a series of random murders. A
veteran NYPD detective soon suspects the killings may be supernatural
Starring: Albert Finney, Tom Noonan
Director: Michael Wadleigh
The Wolf Man - The Legacy Collection (The Wolf Man / Werewolf of London / Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man / She-Wolf of London) (1942)
All the Universal Werewolf films in one set! Not a bad price, either so
check this out if you love the classics.
Lon Chaney Jr.
The Wolf Man (Universal Studios Collection)
After he's bitten by werewolf, young man transforms into vicious wolf man with every full
moon. Chilling story and spectacular make-up effects provide a thrilling romp for classic
horror buffs. A must-see classic!!
Starring: Lon Chaney Jr., Evelyn Ankers
Director: George Waggner