The film is pretty much a "by the numbers" thriller that follows Russel Bayne (London) - who is bitten by a werewolf and quickly finds himself in the middle of a supernatural war between vampires, werewolves, and human hunters. To make matters worse, it seems the vampires are having a civil war with a clan breaking from the others in a quest to return the vampire goddess back to power.

In 1887, the powerful vampire Lilith is vanquished by a vampire council and four amulets avoid her return to the world of living. In the present days, the greedy Realtor Russel Bayne is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Wolvesbayne torrent reviews

Mark L (de) wrote: Sorry, but this didn't do much for me - I didn't care about the characters or their depressing situation...

Matt L (jp) wrote: So bad I don't even remember any of it. Not even the talents of Katharine Isabelle could save this.

Bill R (it) wrote: a nice little family movie. I was really interested in this due to the fact it was filmed in my home state of Alaska. the acting is decent and done well enough to keep the story going, which is also a nice story. it give you time to know the whales. based on a true event back in the 80s, this makes a nice little film to watch over all.

Ryan C (au) wrote: Outstanding narrative and acting from everyone 5/5

David B (au) wrote: Kazakh president's reponse to Borat... This "epic" movie has one of the most unoriginal and unimaginative screenplays ever, emotionally flat acting and simplistic and cliched narration/dialogues; the film is saved, however, by absolutely gorgeous nature photography and costumes

emily h (gb) wrote: After the fifth time I finally saw the whole thing without falling asleep and it was really good

El U (it) wrote: its been awhile, but i remember laughing a lot

Danielle M (au) wrote: Wasn't very interesting.

Tiago G (de) wrote: The sci-fi portion of the film didn't do it for me, the love bit was kind of forced and unnecessary, and the action wasn't memorable enough but taking that into account the film still doesn't fall into the "unwatchable" category and may serve as a good excuse to eat popcorn.

Deb S (mx) wrote: This is one of Louis L'Amour's best novels and as always the book is so much better than the movie. While the story is fairly engaging, the action scenes are good, Sean Connery is in great form, and Brigitte Bardot is as beautiful as ever, it is filled with traditional stereotypes of "Paleface good and Redskin bad" that I did not appreciate.