Synopsis:As a series of strange and violent events begin to occur, an alcoholic policeman realizes that he has been turned into a werewolf as part of a larger plan.
Wolfcop (2014) is a Canadian horror comedy movie that was not for me. Director and writer Lowell Dean (13 Eerie (2013), Juice Pigs (2010), I Heart Regina (2010)) failed at executing his screenplay. The movie contains sexual content, nudity, bad language, violence and not much of anything else. Wolfcop was so talked about with its awesome trailer that I could not wait to see it and after seeing it I did not have much to say about it. Would I watch this movie again? NO.
The movie is about an alcoholic cop/deputy living in a small town named Woodhaven. He woke up one morning with heightened strength because he was cursed to be transformed into a werewolf. Deputy Sheriff Lou Garou (Leo Fafard - Tideland (2005), The Incredible Elephant (2001), Grace (2009), The Unsaid (2001)) is a deputy that you would not like to get help from because he is lazy as can be. The movie starts by introducing us to Lou, who is running late for work because he was drunk with his half naked female in bed. As he rushes to work on an icy road with his vehicle, he continuously drinks from his a liquor flask that I am assuming is filled with alcohol. I did not like Lou at first but as the movie progresses, so did my attachment to him. Watch this movie if you have an open mind and would like to see the transformation of a human into a werewolf with graphic body parts and all.
The action part of this movie took a little too long to be shown, and I was getting a little bit too sleepy. The movie was boring, but it got me going because there was enough there to make me want to see what will happen next. I was asking myself, where is this movie going? The low budget movie did not take away from the makeup effects which was done marvelously. The character development could have been better but then again the movie was only 79 minutes and how much can you really fit into a film with that time limit. The actors all did a good acting job with their parts and the movie did contain a few good humor/laughs.
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Writers: Lowell Dean
Director: Lowell Dean