Werewolf Hunger Never Dies


An American Werewolf In London is one of the greats. Back then the werewolf movies were popular. They were gory, uncensored, and ugly. They were extremely frightening and grotesque. You had no hope of living if you encountered one in the older movies. A werewolf can bite your head off in one bite, as seen in this movie. Think of one like a giant wolf with the strength of a huge man. The transformations in this movie were epic and drawn out to show the pain and suffering. If you like werewolves don't forget how scary they were once.

From the beginning I knew this would be a good movie. I just had a feeling about it. Maybe they just made movies differently back then. And the practical EFX make a big difference in my book. This movie does a good job of making eternal life as a werewolf look like damnation and hell on earth, with visions of dead friends talking to you as haunts. To be reminded of all the people you killed does sound like hell indeed. The feeling of being a werewolf was uncontrollable to him and that loss of control is a very scary thing. He feels damned to a living hell and maybe if you wanted to look at it that way it could all be a big metaphor for being in a living hell. I like the idea of werewolves that could rip your head off, or tear your limbs off, rip you in two, etc. We need more werewolves like that. Grisly carnage is part of being a werewolf with an insatiable appetite for blood after all. I like the scenes of cemeteries that add a needed gothic feel to it as well. Be very afraid!

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