A woman leaves her husband in their hotel room and finds she's unable to return. After inquiring with the staff, they insist that not only are they not registered guests, no one has seen her before. Panic and confusion begin to take hold.
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A hip, very erotic twist on the werewolf thriller, this atmospheric horror film adds a a wickedly sexy appetite to the bloodthirsty cravings of its monster. A vicious werewolf stalks the streets of Los Angeles. Between killings, its desperate goal is to mate with unsuspecting Josie, who is unaware of her special power attracting the beast. Forced to take over an investigation involving werewolves after his partner is killed, an LAPD Detective is led to the trail of this ravenously deadly hybrid werewolf. This unstoppable beast is in LA to find the next matriarch of the pure-bred werewolves so that it can mate with her before the night is over and continue the werewolf lineage. Josie, the young waitress becomes his target and the cop must find a way to rescue her and ultimately the entire human race which will become extinct if the mating occures.Written by
[Turley sees a dead body in a room]
You don't need to see that. What made it attack her again? Doesn't make sense.
What are you talking about?
Doesn't make sense.
Who have you touched tonight?
Touched? What are - What are you talking about?
Have you touched anyone? Detective McGowan. In the diner, you said you ran into her, right?
What are you talking about?
In the diner, in the bathroom. You said you saw Detective McGowan, remember?
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Farfetched, low-budget genre entry in need of a more polished script and a less-irritating ingenue in the leading role.
This quickie, shot with high-definition Pananvision 24P cameras, isn't as unwatchable a werewolf movie as some reviewers have stated, but it's nothing to howl about either. The centerpiece is a swell lesbian nudie number (poorly edited with one of the werewolf attacks), but it's about the only really satisfying bit of exploitation found in this hokey horror flick. The dialogue is too humorless and contains way too much expository blabber for a werewolf genre script. The male performances are generally acceptable, but there's virtually no acting on the part of the casted females. Samaire Armstrong is particularly annoying in the lead role as Josie. DARKWOLF is essentially the product of a noticeably uninspired team of filmmakers; at the very least, they didn't seem to have their hearts into making a fun monster movie.
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