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Production on the film started when co director Dylan Greenberg was still in high school and had not yet directed a feature film. By the time production was completed Greenberg had graduated and was a working director having directed four feature films previous to this movies release. See more »
I Wanna Be A Werewolf
Performed by Dylan Mars Greenberg with Matt Ellin See more »
A leader of Uranus sends two werewolves down to New York City to do something. What they're exactly doing is something I'm not sure of but they end up killing a lot of people.
Several different people are credited as being the director of this thing. This movie, as the title clearly suggests, appears to have been influenced by Troma and even its founder Lloyd Kaufman shows up for a cameo. With that said, if you're going to pay homage to the films of Troma then it would probably be best that you're not so clean and politically incorrect.
I'll be quite honest and say that I did not enjoy this film and sadly it just didn't live up to the title. More on that in a bit but I will say that I enjoyed the fact that the directors and screenwriters were very ambitious and really tried to give you something that doesn't make sense and was just out there. I guess the term "out there" was meant for a movie like this as pretty much anything and everything happens but just not what a movie like this needs to deliver.
What does a movie like this need to deliver? Perhaps some politically incorrect humor, some sleaze, some gore and some nudity. All of those things are missing here and that's why the film is pretty darn boring even if the filmmakers are keeping everything happening at a fast pace. What's interesting about the jokes here is that they're basically liberal jokes and the bad people (cops for example) are killed by the werewolves. In the good Troma era the film would have been politically incorrect and led to more laughs.
WEREWOLF BITCHES FROM OUTER SPACE isn't a movie that I enjoyed but it did give me faith that the directors could make an actual good movie and I do look forward to seeing what else they have to offer.
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