young werewolf girl named Jeroba (Imogen
Annesley) from a werewolf community down
in Australia escapes from her tribe to
the city life where she meets up with a
horror filmmaker named Donny Martin
(Leigh Biolos) as he wants her in his
film and then falls in love with her.
She suddenly becomes pregnant with his
child as the tribe takes her back to the
community and a Professor named Harry
Beckmeyer (Barry Otto) kidnaps two of the
head people named Thylo (Max Fairchild)
and Olga Gorki (Dasha Blahova) to do some
test results on them as the results
aren't good experiencing them as
Both Beckmeyer and Martin becomes
werewolves and try to support the tribe
while a group of relentless soldiers
tries to hunt them all down.
There is a brief conversation between Jerboa and a priest in a vehicle as to why she's
running which is extremely lacking.
There's a corny moment with a bunch of drunks in a park played by trying to bother Jerboa but there's a perfect shot
on her when she turns around
and shows her fangs to them.
A nice romantic type of conversation between Donny Martin and Jerboa making out in bed
as well as a good shot on her crotch with his hands running
A nice nightmare sequence with a
babywerewolf being born and great close
up shots on both Jerboa and Donny screaming with frightened expressions.
There's great shots on the people
dancing on the stage and Olga Gorki slowly turning.
There's a good discussion between Prof. Harry Beckmeyer and Olga when she's
strapped in a chair and she acts intense
and then a great battle when she becomes
A good shot on Olga slowly
walking towards Thylo and
falling itno his arms.
A great shot on Thylo
changing as well as things exploding.
Good shot on Jerboa in a
barn panting being in
labour as well as a cute shot on a little
A scene with her nurturing her newborn looked very
touching and cute.
There's nice moments with Harry, Jerboa, Donny and Olga spending
a family time together with their two
A great shot on a werewolf attack with
hunters by being
devoured as well as camera shots running
There's a nice romatic conversation between Harry and Olga which looked
We have a good shot on Jerboa freaking out by the flashphotography
after winning an Oscar which looked good
as well as Harry and Olga showing frightened expressions while
watching her on TV. A hilarious shot on
his fellow actress Dame Edna screaming.
Bottom line is that this film beared
no relationship to the first two plus it
was overly comedic too with corny
dialogue during the beginning of the film
but then it gets a bit better along with
the storyline. It seemed touching seeing some people
already werewolves raising their children
but however the plot is just too
distasteful during other parts with the
dark comedy involved which doesn't really
fit but at times it is amusing here and
there like with some werewolf women
disguised as Nun's which offers some
The acting is at
times low key by some of the cast but
some seem to do well. For instance Barry Otto (Prof. Harry Beckmeyer) seemed a
little corny as a Professor but he really
pulls through later on and became a
worthy character actor for the film.
Imogen Annesley (Jerboa) seems to do okay as
a young woman lusty werewolf trying to
bring as much as she can to her part shows off a perfect reaction when she reveals her werewolf phase in a scene. She is great by reacting to this painfully as
well as her running around town and
slowly changing. A nice reaction on her by waking
up in a hospital and about to attack. Reacts well by being in labour as well as doing a good job nuturing her newborn and getting into her role well.
Max Fairchild (Thylo) is just too silly with
his part to be taken seriously as the
head of the werewolf pack. A nice humorous reaction with him laughing in a scene.
Leigh Biolos (Donny Martin) however was too cooky
in his part as the main moviemaker.
Dasha Blahova (Olga Gorki) was probably the best
one out of all the cast as she shows
perfect expressions and characteristic as
the female head werewolf of the pack and
has nice timing with her part by being
both funny and serious too. Great expressions on her while looking at a picture in her
dressing room showing wide jawed and eyes
expressions about to lose it.
A brief breast
shot on Immogen Annesley while
lying in some hay.
Allan Zavrod composed
some funky and cold like keyboard playing
for the film which was impressive for the
Edna Everage: Is there a doctor
in the house?
Dame Edna Everage: Ahh!
Prof. Sharp: [laughs]