Halloween Movies

WEREWOLVES

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
Rating: Unrated

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 Bucharest, Romania.
Starring: Agnes Bruckner, Olivier Martinez
Directors: Katja von Garnier
Rating: PG-13

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
Rating: R

Skinwalkers  (2007)
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
Rated: PG-13

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 grisly fare.
Starring: David Naughton, Jenny Agutter
Director: John Landis
Rating: R

The Howling (Special Edition) (1981)
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
Rating: R

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
Rating: R

Silver Bullet (1985)
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
Rating: R

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 next two.

Wolfen (1981)
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 and deliberate.
Starring:
Albert Finney, Tom Noonan
Director: Michael Wadleigh
Rating: R

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.
Starring: Lon Chaney Jr.
Director: Numerous
Rating: NR

The Wolf Man (Universal Studios Collection) (1941)
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
Rating: NR
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