author named Marie (Romy Windsor) had a
nervous breakdown and was sent to the
town of Drakho along with her husband
Richard (Michael T. Weiss) where she is
told that the town is wound up in a
mysterious mystery about demons and
She ends up having nightmares about
ghosts and hauntings plus she hears
howling outside which scares her but is
assured that the town's major wildlife is
She runs into a former Nun named Janice
(Susanne Severeid) as she tells her the
disappearance of her former Nun named
Sister Ruth (Megan Kruskal) as Janice
experiences her haunting that night but
Richard keeps convincing her that she is
still seeing things.
What makes things worst is that Richard
is having a lustful affair with an
antique store owner named Eleanor (Lamya
Derval) as she has some secrets of her
own plus Janice is nearly attacked by
what seems to be a wolf as well and must
find some clues with Janice to find out
what is going on.
There is a discussion between Richard Adams and Dr. Heinemann discussing the condition of
poor and disturbed Marie but what's so
poor about this moment was that it
looked like that the people making this film didn't
take the time to make this look
There is a fairly decent introduction by
Eleanor in an antique shop as it
makes her role look mysterious.
There are nice dream sequences with a
camera jogging along into the misty woods
as well as a slow motion running
of Marie as these situations looked dark and perfectly fitting for a werewolf horror flick.
A good camera shot on Richard necking Marie in bed as she
has a good distracted expression by the
howling outside in which this was supposed to give you the creeps but it was a bit cheesy to spook you while watching this. However it does pay a tribute to the previous flicks since this has happened with the previous characters hearing this from their cabin.
Nice moment when Marie is in the woods and spots a hooded figure and then chases after this person and then this hooded figure reveals to be Eleanor as this offered nice mysterious timing as well as her running towards a cave and spots something shocking as well as a growling sound in which all of this looked terrorising and psyching you out wondering if she will manage to get away safely from the forest.
There's a nice conversation between Janice and Marie when
she tells the history of her days by
being a Nun and what happened to a former
perfect shot on Richard entering
the antique store and a nice shot on Eleanor walking up to him acting smooth along
with a perfect camera closing in on Richard. Also we have a lustful sequence between the two of them as this looked too dull and planned out along with Marie hearing the howling sounds which was in the middle of this plot There is a good shot on Marie trying to hold a shotgun along with a
creature trying to break into a window
and a good close up shot on Eleanor howling
in pain which is a mild attention grabber.
There's another good lustful moment
between Richard and Eleanor outside
with her lying on top of him looking down
at him and suddenly reacting vicious.
Suddenly the terror begins and a good close up shot on a monstrous looking werewolf as the effects looked well done and monstrous too. A good shot on Richard after being
attacked as well as the results which looked impressive as well as horrifying.
Perfect chilling situations between Marie trying to talk to Richard with him acting strange and creepy as this looked impressive to show that he is changing into a werewolf himself and good still moments throughout all of this as well as the odd intense moments that happen in other moments.
There's a good setting with Marie being frusterated about something and Janice sitting on the couch looking disturbed.
The best moment was yet to come with Richard groaning on the ground in pain and
then showing a vicious look and then
later on melting with most of the
werewolves watching as
there's perfect shots on all of them. Definentely showing fangs and looking creepy when these characters are closely watching him. For people who like these types of horror flicks will bear in your mind quite well.
A good chasing scene with Marie and Janice running away from
werewolves as the effects looked great. Also there's good shots on wolves running with firey eyes as this looked impressive.
Nice setting on Dr. Coombes standing on a pentagram in a bellhouse
with candles showing the frightening
exposure on him although it did look very
low budget like.
A good shot of the bellhouse exploding.
Bottom line is that the film has it's
darkness again instead of the dark comedy
like in the previous one but yet this one
was a story on it's own too as from what
it seems. Uses some of the similar elements from
the first one like the werewolf woman
lustfully having an affair with a married
man etc but the werewolves in this one
was very scarce which in a way was almost
good as it keeps you in suspense till the
final showdown. Made on a low budget and never made it to
theatre's to top it all off but still fun
The acting is
below average with alot of the actors
as it looked like the speaking was pre recorded and over dubbed. The lead actress Romy Windsor (Marie) who
looked like she got her talents by
working in a porn industry and very low
key on her character. She could win a
Raspberry Award. However she does show the odd interesting moments with her soft speaking. She seemed to show okay energy when she reacts frightened or when she breaks down into an emotional scene too. Plus seemed to show good anger when she reacts frusterated too.
Michael T. Weiss (Richard Adams) tries to pull off
his role as the cheating husband but yet
doesn't do it. He almost how to react nasty and
bitter during many sequences towards
his fellow actress but it needed to be picked up a
bit more. He was fairly stiff with his speaking but sometimes that worked well for his benefit when he is slowly changing it works in well. Does well at times with his intense aggressions too when not taking any crap. This showed off powerfully well.
Antony Hamilton (Tom) had the hunky and brawny clean cut guy next door looks and seems fairly okay with his nice guy attitude as well as showing a good convincing attitude when he's concerned with someone else. I would say that he is a bit passable but not overall great. He can do the job regardless.
However, Susanne Severeid (Janice) as a
retired Nun really pulls her part off
well showing lots of dynamic energy. Seemed to do well stressing stuff and was good with her conversations too. She does
extremely well trying to set the
bellhouse on fire and yelling. Lots of
Other supporting actress Lamya Derval
(Eleanor) comes across nicely as well playing
a mysterious one at the antique store. She was very cool and smooth by what she does as well as doing a good job approaching someone else and acting lustful but at times she seemed to try too hard while doing a sex scene and it doesn't look natural. Also was slightly off when she reacts in pain.
Folbigge (Dr. Coombes) really brought on a nice mysterious feel to his role in the flick as he acts very calm as well as reacting strange to certain things which shows that he may be a werewolf himself whenever he does. Draws all of this in pretty good. Had the right looks to portrayt this kind of role too. Defienetely was a good key supporting role.
A brief breast
shot on Lamya Derval during two
A Man is badly clawed
A neck is bitten
A man is melting and turning into sludge
A doctor tears the bottom of his mouth
off when he is transforming into a
Composer Barrie Guard
some good icy as well as screechy
synthezier playing which helps the plot
alot as well as wavering synthesizer
soundings during the dream sequences
which is sounding perfect for a b-film. Also we hear some lame spanish accoustic guitar music for a lustful sequence which didn't seem to do anything. But there was some cheesy deep synthesizer music which was entertaining for a b-film such as this one. We also hear hissing and metal scraping sounds as well as prickly effects as none of this sounded too shabby.