Three American tourists
are having the time of their life down in
Paris while travelling around Europe as
they travel up to the top of Eifell tower
where one of them named Andy McDermott
(Tom Everett Scott) tries to stop a
troubled woman named Serafine Pigot
(Julie Delpy) from jumping off as she had
a note in her hand.
Later on Andy takes interest in her and
she takes him to a club that is owned by
her roomate named Claude (Pierre Cosso)
as everyone is dancing and partying out
but then the moon suddenly turns full and
everything changes as Serafine tries to
ward Andy away before he gets killed
during this moment as the owners at the
club turn into werewolves and devour
their guests including Andy's friend
Chris (Phil Buckman). Also, another
werewolf clawed Andy as he wakes up the
next morning thinking it's all a dream
but Serafine tells him he's different
than he normally was and that his mother
was Alex Price and David Kessler when she
experienced this terror in London back in
1981 and trying to overcome her
lycanthrope disease. She tells him he's
going to endanger others soon although he
doesn't believe her.
He suddenly gets very hungry at night and
eats like an animal at a restaurant and
feels more powerful as well as hearing
things from a distance.
He spots a beautiful looking bimbo named
Amy Finch (Julie Bowen) that he plans to
spend the night with but his undead
friend Chris haunts him and warns him
what he's going to do.
After Andy transforms into a werewolf and
kills Amy he must find a way to end the
madness surrounding him and Serfafine as
they try to stop Claude and his cult as
they inject themselves with a drug that
can make them a werewolf any time.
Plus they are holding Andy's friend Brad
(Vince Vieluf) for a sacrifice as Andy
must rescue him too before it's too late.
Although this sequel doesn't meet up to John
Landis' terror the story still
delivers some fast paced action in this
Nice moments with the American
tourists having a great time exploring
France especially when they struggle to
climb up the stairway to the rifle tower. There's great shots on them at the very
top of the rifle tower looking down which
is creepy for those who are terrified of
heights yet you can tell it was a set.
A nice shot on one of the characters named Serafine Pigot walking
to the ledge of the tower crying and
about to jump and Andy McDermott tries to convince
her not to jump as you cringe wondering
if they will both fall.
Great effects shot on the two of them
falling with the air blowing at them full
A goofy shot on Andy standing
in a hospital holding the woman's shoe
acting goofy with his discussion and Serafine slowly turning to him and about to walk
We have a funny conversations between the two
of them at a cafe especially when some
condomns dump out of his shirt pocket and
she gives a look that she's not impressed
about to leave if he doesn't explain and
is good at trying to cover up and acting
Nice shots at the locals dancing at a
nightclub and one of the people named Claude showing
a menacing attitude.
It is a nice touch when Serafine is about to transform into a werewolf bluntly telling Andy to get away as possible when he acts dumb
and questions her as she does well by
throwing bricks at him from a ground.
A good camera shot on her looking down
when she looks up at the full moon with
her eyes changing.
A perfect shot on the people at the
dance club changing and growling.
We have a real shocking scene with Chris walking towards what looks
like some sort of a hospitalised panel
and a werewolf suddenly leaps up and is
about to attack as well as him trying to
A nice shot on Brad holding
a lantern looking towards a dark area and
a great special effects shot of a
werewolf running out and ready to leap.
A nice shot on Andy trying to
get away and a werewolf is clawing at his
We have a moment that grabs your
attention with Serafine putting two
hearts in a blender.
Next we have a good and memorable
discussion between Serafine trying to
talk to Andy trying
to act a little lusting at the same time
that he's not the same anymore. He looked good behaving sarcastically
thinking she's pulling his leg.
A perfect shot on Andy jumping through an outside window
of a house. We also have a hilarious moment with him acting like an animal eating his
food at a restaurant and a good close up
shot on his eyes after he spots a
We get another funny moment with both Andy and Amy Finch pigging out at
the restaurant and a good approach by Chris as the undead talking to him
and it's goofy when Andy freaks
out after spotting him.
Great camera shots on Andy and Amy making out in a graveyard on
Jim Morrison's tombstone as the moment is
very silly like it's meant to be.
A good shot of Andy running towards a pool
of water and jumping in. A great shot on this showing steam and
some bubbles and next you know a cheesy
but great and suspenseful effect shot on
the werewolf jumping out and Bowen screaming although she could have been
slightly more convincing.
A nice shot on Amy dead lying
in a drawer in a mortuary and then her
eyes open up.
A perfect and overly funny three way discussion with Amy and Chris arguing along with Andy trying
to escape the madness of all of this.
We have a corny chasing scene with Andy running away from Claude and
There's a good moment with Claude having a cult ceremony in his club area.
There's a great touching moment with Andy towards Amy with sympathetic situations when she feels her life should be taken but he makes sure that things are going to be fine as this scene looked nicely focused here. Of course it's always a nice romantic and traditional moment for a touching scene like this to happen in a horror flick.
A good fast action brawling scene between Andy and Claude in a
subway train as well as a great cheesy
effect on Andy charging after
him and slowly transforming into a
Bottom line is that that was almost like a
disappointing remake but set in Paris
with lots of corniness. Yes the dark
comedy is there but not so much of the
dark horror like in American
Werewolf in London.
There is the odd laugh with this film too
so it can be fun to watch along with
cheesy special effects too.
You might also get a kick out of the
undead dialogue like you spot in the
The acting is
passable as we have lead actor Tom
Everett Scott (Andy McDermott) as the American
tourist trying to risk his life after
turning into a werewolf. He tries to show
a humorous character to his part but he
just doesn't cut it perfectly. However he does well acting sarcastic when he needed to behave like this. He really does well after he
realises that he is turning into a
werewolf with his intense expressions. He does show some good energy whenever he struggles against his foes.
Julie Delpy (Claude) as the werewolf mistress
shows a nice calm attitude to her part
and knew how to get tough and powerful
too. She also does very well by acting aggressive whenever she transforms into a werewolf as well as reacting well to being in pain. She also does well by acting lustful in a certain scene.
Phil Buckman (Chris) certainly was a
character to his part in the film as he offers alot of wit and spunk into his role. Does well with his charm and likeable attitude. Had the right looks and apppeal to his role. He really gets into his role when he
Supporting actress Julie Bowen (Amy) was darn right funny with her part as an
outrageous bimbo and becoming the undead
as well. She made me laugh. She also does well by acting weak in certain spots when she tries to convince someone to kill her.
Pierre Cosso (Claude) showed a great nasty
streak to his part as the head cult of
the werewolf pack at the pub and showed
his stuff superbly. Had the right evil looks to his role as well as having a nice coldness in his speaking. Plus was a great powerful source of nature when he goes into a struggling moment which he shows off terrific energy within all of this.
Tom Novembre (Inspector LeDuc) was incredibly slick in his supporting role as someone who is sharp with his speaking and his presence as well. Defientely came across as someone unpleasant with his emotionless and expressionless attitude. He proved to be a solid character actor.
Julie Delpy exposes
her breasts sitting on a bed.
An arm is torn
Two hearts are put in a blender
A woman is clawed half to shreds
A woman corpses eyeball pops out of her
Hirsch composes some strong adventureous classical music with the
violin and horn playing. It really packed a punch as he focused well on each scene of the story. Has a ton of great chantings and harmonising during the beginning of the film as well as towards the big moments on the ceremony of the werewolf attacks. He definetely deserves great credit for everything that he did here.
a big selection of songtrack artists
played throughout the film with groups
Human Torch - "Fastball"
Bush - "Mouth"
Skinny Puppy - "Hardset Head"
Redd Kross - "Sick Love"
You know what I mean. Some of it didn't
appeal to me though.
I want you to blow a big bubble for me.
Andy McDermott: What?
Serafine: Well... It's a custom in
France. The bigger the bubble, the more a
boy likes a girl.
Did you see a girl? She's stolen my
Andy McDermott: I know the
McDermott: Great. Come to Paris and
check out les drains.
I LOVE Americans. You all have a good
undead Amy rises from a slab as a zombie]
Amy Fitch: Thanks for the lovely
evening, douche-bag. You really know how
to treat a lady.
Andy McDermott: No! You're dead!
Amy Fitch: No, I'm undead. Which
means I'm forced to walk this wretched
earth until you die.
[Brad appears as a zombie]
Brad: Not so fast! You want my
buddy dead, you're gonna have to come
Amy Fitch: Oh, that's something.
(to Andy) It took me four years to get a
package figure like this. You ripped
through it like a lamb chop.
Andy McDermott: This can't be
Brad: Don't blame me Andy. I
Amy Fitch: (to Andy) Wait a
minute. You knew about this all along?
Cadaver: Hey, keep it quiet! Some
of us are trying to rest in pieces here.
McDermott: I didn't choose to become
a werewolf. I can't face the fact that
I've got to go around killing and eating
people for the rest of my life.
Brad: Better get used to it.
Fitch: Who do you have to sleep with
to get a guy to have sex with you?
[outside the Club Luna] Claude
said no one is to be admitted once the
door was locked.
Serafine: The full moon is rising;
would you rather I remained out here with
Bouncer: Uh, no.
[opens the door and lets Serafine in,
quickly locking the door behind her]