The Werewolf

The Werewolf

The arrival in a small mountain town of a dissheveled stranger launches a series of murders committed by some sort of animal. As the town doctor and his daughter attempt to help the stranger, the sheriff investigates the murders; and they uncover a sinister experiment involving two rogue scientists, a car accident victim, his wife and children, and a serum that causes a man to turn into a ravaging werewolf.

Two scientists come across an auto accident, and find an unconscious man in the wreck. They take him back to their lab and inject him with a serum they have been working with. Unfortunately... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Werewolf torrent reviews

FilmGrinder S (it) wrote: 52% "What is this anyway, a goddamn comic book? We got robots, we got cavemen, we got kung fu, well that's it, I quit!"-Harry Fontana (Andrew Prine) They threw in everything and the bathroom sink...and the crapper. To much for me, which is usually not the case. Twelve year old boys will get a kick out of it. "Fruity cavemen?"-Harry Fontana

Brent C (de) wrote: This is an amazing music documentary that tells the story behind one of the more storied recording studios of the past 40 years. The people behind the studio, the musicians who frequented it and the albums that they made give us a riveting tale. Ultimately what really sets this one apart is how it documents the studio recording process. A process involving real bands and musicians creating great music organically. A process that is quickly becoming lost in this digital and technical time where perfect music is supposedly being made through computers. The only thing missing is the most important ingredient, the soul of music. This is what Sound City provided - Soul.

Diki G (es) wrote: Film yang bercerita tentang poongsan yaitu orang yang bekerja menyelundupkan apa saja dari korea utara ke korea selatan dan begitu juga sebaliknya. Film yang dibumbui masalh politik dan percintaan ini lumayan menarik. Ada beberapa adegan yang memang sangat keren sekali.Cukup kaget juga setelah melihat nama kim ki duk sebagai penulis filmnya.

Ankur S (es) wrote: An intense movie based on a true story.I just hope we got to see more changes like this.

Eliabeth R (es) wrote: Pat (C)tica pelcula de un refrito tpico norteamericano, a la final no se sabe quien es ni la razn...malisima..

Hernan V (gb) wrote: entertaining and perplexing

Cody L (kr) wrote: Entertainingly cheesy and off the all premise.

Steven C (de) wrote: Very good film, but the final act is a little disappointing.

Daniel L (es) wrote: This movie was bad. I live in Puerto Rico, and I understand the message and can see why all these stupid Puertorican users are giving this good reviews. All this movie did was say "PUERTO RICO SUCKS. IT'S ALL CRIME AND DRUGS HERE.". It tried to have a good message, but it just fell flat as a failed 8-Mile wannabe.

Will B (nl) wrote: Two films, both OK, both totally different. [u]School of Rock [/u]Amusing Jack Black comedy set in a posh school. Exactly what you'd expect, and predictable, but still a good watch. [u]Koktebel [/u]Hard to describe, obscure russian film about a father/son relationship. Father tells son they're travelling to some place, end up getting shot, then son runs away. Sounds eventful, but not really!

Gary W (br) wrote: While Penn, Bacon, and Robbins bring three very diverse characters to life, Eastwood sculpts the novel they belong to into a very intriguing drama.

Matthew P (br) wrote: A film that's probably far more horrifying for the women in the audience than the males, Dead Ringers tells the tragic tale of twin gynecologists. Both are played by Jeremy Irons, who does such a good job at giving each twin a distinct personality. Even without saying anything, you can almost always tell who is who simply because of the nuances he gives them. The way director David Cronenberg uses special effects to sometimes have Irons on-screen in two places at once is seamless. Elliot and Beverly (Irons) are very smart, successful gynecologists. That path seemingly was theirs to take since childhood; the first scene of the film sees them asking a female neighbor if she'll have sex with them just because. They're fascinated with anatomy, and they're innovators in their field as a result. They also wind up having affairs with many of their patients, often switching place and without the patient being able to tell the difference. There's a sort of dark comedy running through Dead Ringers. Pitch black, and too subdued to really call the film a "dark comedy." It's more of a horrifying drama. One of the targets for this switcheroo winds up being a "famous" actress -- which, considering the film takes place in Toronto, means barely anyone would recognize her -- Claire (Genevive Bujold). She's too smart for their games, and Beverly winds up falling in love during this process. How does this play out? It would be spoiling to tell. It's also not the central focus of the film. That's the relationship and dependency between the two twins. The twins act like a single organism. What one does, the other must do, also. The female, Claire, comes in the way of that. So do drugs. Seeing these elements attempt to separate an entity that must remain whole is a fascinating character study. The madness that takes place over Dead Ringers' final half is scary. Despite this, you can't bring yourself to stop watching. You have to see where this journey will take these characters, and whether or not they'll come out of it unscathed. You've probably already figured out whether or not that's the case, but the film has enough depth to it to make it worth seeing more than once -- or the single time if you've already come to the correct conclusion. Dead Ringers becomes more like a nightmare as it progresses. Watching it is rarely an enjoyable experience, unless you're strictly appreciating it from a technical perspective. That unsettling and unpleasant feeling works in its advantage. You can understand exactly how these characters are feeling because of that. And because it's David Cronenberg, you know that you're gonna get some terrifying imagery. Is it more subdued than many of his earlier horror films? Absolutely. We don't get a lot of gore, only a couple of gross-out scenes, and much more straight drama ... that becomes scary because of the situations surrounding it. Addiction storylines aren't uncommon, but this one -- involving well-off doctors who begin to "separate" into unique entities -- feels unique because of the circumstances leading up to it. Twins make the perfect subject matter for a film like this one. Questions of individual identity -- especially when the swapping of places occurs -- are bound to be raised. But it's more than that. A dream sequence has Beverly attempting to cut a literal bond between the two using one of the deranged tools that he has invented for his practice. Dead Ringers can be taken in a number of ways, and it's for that reason that it deserves multiple watches, if you can get through it without puking. It would all fall apart if Jeremy Irons wasn't near-perfect in the leading roles. He does an impressive job giving each twin so many unique features -- body language and facial expression alone allow us to determine which twin is which before he even opens his mouth, at which point a subtle change in the way he speaks is present -- that brainstorming must have taken a great deal of time. They do get blurred together as the addictions take more control of their lives, but that's intentional. This is one of the best films David Cronenberg has done. By toning it down to a more human scale, focusing more on the characters than the spectacle, and still giving the audience a boatload of things to think about once it ends, he has crafted a wonderful movie. That is, if you can sit through it and not find it too off-putting to even think about it. Even if that is the case, and you told him that, he'd probably smile. That is a perfectly acceptable way to look at a film like Dead Ringers. Dead Ringers is a fantastic film. What's it about? Twin gynecologists who swap places with one another in order to have sex with their patients, all while becoming addicted to any number of drugs and inventing tools for their practice that would be considered torture if they were ever used. If that doesn't turn you off the film, you'll probably appreciate it. It has things to say, it's unsettling, creepy, and genuinely creepy, and there's an undercurrent of black humor swimming underneath. It's a tremendous film and if you think you can handle it, I definitely recommend it.

Gimly M (it) wrote: "I don't get it...""Don't worry about it.""So it's been a hallucination since the beginning?""Don't worry about it.""I'm totally lost, can you explain it?""Don't worry about it."

Nick M (us) wrote: After seeing and loving Josh Radnor's second film, "Liberal Arts", I had to check out his debut. I'll admit, maybe my expectations were a bit high going in, and for a change, my expectations were met, if not exceeded. Another great film. I will officially see anything else Josh Radnor makes. He's just so damn likable, and his films are so damn likable. I don't even care if both films cover a similar theme of coming of age in your late-twenties/early thirties. It's a theme I can connect with and one he does well. This is just a really solid movie. I think I give "Liberal Arts" the slight edge, and it might just be because it focuses on less stories, but he's two for two in my book. Hell, I may even give "How I Met Your Mother" another chance.

Michael H (kr) wrote: Melodramatic noir. The movie feels like an assemblage of ideas and techniques being tried out . Many of them are quite effective on their own, but they don't cohere into anything greater. This could be a result of major changes wrought after Welles' had turned the movie over to the studio. There's plenty of good, entertaining stuff here to delight a cinephile - even if it isn't an especially good movie.

Cameron F (fr) wrote: Soldiers of the gulf war decide to embark on a journey to steal Hussein's gold in this offbeat drama. It doesn't wow but it doesn't bore either.