Top 50 Best Werewolf Movies

top 50 best werewolf movies


Horror is that genre you can keep experimenting with strange characters and still be sure that someone somewhere will definitely get bemused and might come back for more.


And that acceptance has since been keeping its wide popularity afloat. The werewolves are so underrated.


There isn’t a better category to showcase the heights of human imagination. And to note about the much-favored Vampires, their existence is mostly dependent on this arch-nemesis.


While the Twilight series gave a romantic, humane side to werewolves, the gothic creature that draws a fine line between being man and animal also has some real fascination with bloody fights and deaths.


However, film enthusiasts have forever loved werewolf movies, good looks or not, the blood and gore is definitely another vibe that you sometimes really fall for.


The mystic creature has been in movies for so long and has been surprisingly an amusement to people who are not even fans of the genre.


The Lycanthrope obsession brought into cinematic history some of the finest works of graphics, music, and cinematography that have set standards for horror fantasy to date.


While sources date the earliest mention of the category as The Werewolf from 1913 which is believed to be lost in the racks of time.


It is visible that werewolves from then have never totally taken the backseat as here and now new ones pop up.


Sometimes living up to and also sometimes miserably failing our expectations. Here is the list of  ENTOIN’s Top werewolf movies.




1. Wolfwalkers




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Directed By Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart
Written By Will Collins, Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart
Music By Bruno Coulais, Kíla
Cinematography By N.A.
Release Year 2020
Runtime 103 min
Starring Honor Kneafsey, Eva Whittaker, Sean Bean, Simon McBurney
IMDb Rating 8.3/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 98%
Global Box Office $231,380


It is a slow-paced movie about a father-daughter duo set out to wipe out the last of the wolf pack.


Robyn hopes to be a skilled warrior like her father. When Bill Goodfellow is called upon by Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell to Kilkenny to exterminate the last of the wolves his daughter also accompanies him.


Robyn here comes in contact with the Wolfwalkers led by a girl named Mebh. As Robyn is drawn further into this enchanted parallel world there lies a conflict between wanting to be like her father and protecting the group that she believes deserves to exist.


For the die heart fans of animation out there, this is a gem of a creation.


It’s a fantastic 2D world and the brilliant craftsmen behind this should be specifically mentioned for retaining the quality and its style.


Bruno Coulais and Kíla’s original music score makes you wander off in the right direction.


For a year that we didn’t have so much to look for, Wolfwalkers is undoubtedly one of 2020’s best creations.




2. Teen Wolf


Teen Wolf


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Directed By Rod Daniel
Written By Jeph Loeb, Matthew Weisman
Music By Miles Goodman
Cinematography By Tim Suhrstedt
Release Year 1985
Runtime 91min 
Starring Michael J. Fox, James Hampton, Scott Paulin, Susan Ursitti, Jerry Levine
IMDb Rating 6.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 52%
Global Box Office $33,086,611


Out of all the movies that show super scary werewolves how about a movie about a town that becomes wolf obsessed?


Scott is an average teenager who hopes to become extraordinary. When fate decides to play a dangerous but interesting game Scott realizes that he is actually a werewolf, a hereditary surprise.


When a bane becomes his boon, the town celebrates the new wolf in town. A dark, twisty comedy with an unexpected twist and fabulous soundtracks this movie deserves a space among the most memorable of the eighties.




3. An American Werewolf in London


An American Werewolf in London


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Directed By John Landis
Written By John Landis
Music By Elmer Bernstein
Cinematography By Robert Paynter
Release Year 1981
Runtime 97min
Starring David naughton, Jenny Agutter, Griffin Dunne, John Woodvine
IMDb Rating 7.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 85%
Global Box Office $30,669,378


John Landis’s horror comedy film packed with entertainment landed several fans to the genre for the technique it smoothly showcased.


Horror, suspense, humour, and romance voices a strong note in this movie. When two American boys David and Jack are out to hike on the English lands, no one bothers to warn them about a danger they might be walking into.


While one of them turns into a werewolf the other is a victim of the curse.


As all werewolves are cursed too, death is inevitable. As David realizes what he is putting everyone around him in, it is even harder for him to decide on his fate.


This is one of the finest classics of the genre for reference. The horror comes so fast at you that it even takes time to actually realize what hit you.


Rick Bakes’s special effects are outstanding. And the werewolf transformation is one of the finest in cinematic history.


The film is one of that kinds that shows it doesn’t take very complex plots or ideas sometimes to make the best kind of creations.




4. November




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Directed By Rainer Sarnet
Written By Rainer Sarnet
Music By Jacaszek 
Cinematography By Mart Taniel
Release Year 2017
Runtime 115min
Starring Rea Lest, Jörgen Liik, Arvo Kukumägi, Katariina Unt, Taavi Eelmaa
IMDb Rating 7.2/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 75%
Global Box Office $19,084


The movie is based on a bestselling Estonian novel “Rehepapp ehk November”. And to adopt such a well-received book into an even better version, the director has done a really good job.


A very strangely original movie it might be almost difficult sometimes to keep up with the story.


A mythical village inhabited by Black Death, spirits, werewolves, and the devil, and what happens there is the premise of the movie.


While we could spill out details, it is not really easy seeing this is one very difficult plot to really speak out about.


If you are looking for something real, scary and a different experience this is your cup of tea.



5. Ginger Snaps


Ginger Snaps


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Directed By John Fawcett
Written By Karen Walton, John Fawcett
Music By Mike Shields 
Cinematography By Thom Best
Release Year 2000
Runtime 108min
Starring Emily Perkins, Katharine Isabelle, Kris Lemche, Mimi Rogers
IMDb Rating 6.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 78%
Global Box Office $2,554


Ginger snapped Right? A perfect blend of the horror that you would really want. This movie is totally unpredictable and versatile for very versatile reasons.


The coming-of-age dilemma drastically falls to the misery that breaks Ginger and her family. Brigitte and Ginger Fitzgerald are sisters bound by their wishes.


While on their way to kidnap the school bully’s dog, Ginger gets her first period and is attacked by a strange creature that is causing so much distress in their little town.


As things start getting out of control for Ginger, Brigitte is on a search to bring her sister and the town back to normalcy.


Kris Lemche’s role as Sam, the loyal friend from school who helps the sisters is to be specifically noted as it is one of the most significant roles that completes the movie.


Not a typical werewolf story but this Canadian horror flick I assure will get better as you go through it.



6. Underworld




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Directed By Len Wiseman
Written By Danny McBride
Music By Paul Haslinger 
Cinematography By Tony Pierce-Roberts
Release Year 2003
Runtime 120min
Starring Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Michael Sheen, Shane Brolly
IMDb Rating 7.0/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 79%
Global Box Office $95,708,457


Underworld is no conventional movie. It has a lot of villains who you end up hating really well until you are slapped right on the face with real motives.


An age-old war between the Lycans and the vampires finally results in the vampires having an upper hand.


An heir to the legendary “Corvinus” bloodline, carries a unique genetic strain that could allow him to become a vampire-werewolf hybrid.


This is the center of the plotline. Of love, revenge, family, and relationships this movie is definitely a must-watch.


And on a special note, the prospect of hibernating Vampire elders who take turns at ruling is really cool.



7. Underworld: Evolution


Underworld: Evolution


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Directed By Len Wiseman
Written By Danny McBride
Music By Marco Beltrami 
Cinematography By Simon Duggan
Release Year 2006
Runtime 106min
Starring Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Tony Curran, Shane Brolly
IMDb Rating 6.7/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 72%
Global Box Office $111,476,513


The underworld series never disappoints. They all are good on their own terms and that’s very difficult when you all are related in the movie world.


When the Vampire army reaches a village of werewolves, Markus’s twin Lycan brother William Corvinus is imprisoned despite Markus’s disagreement.


As years pass the many lies that united the Vampire kingdom are exposed. An alliance of the vampires with werewolves goes wrong.


The only hope now is to wake the last remaining Elder and expose the truth.


As a war between the werewolves and vampires goes deadly. Packed with unstopped action, thrilling rides, spectacular fighting, and graphic violence there isn’t a better start to the genre if you’re interested.



8. Wolf Children


Wolf Children


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Directed By Mamoru Hosoda
Written By Satoko Okudera, Mamoru Hosoda
Music By Masakatsu Takagi
Cinematography By N.A.
Release Year 2012
Runtime 117min
Starring Aoi Miyazaki, Takao Osawa
IMDb Rating 8.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 92%
Global Box Office $55,060,661


Hana, a young college student falls in love with a strange man and they have two children.


Soon after the kids are born their father dies. Born of werewolf descent, Ame and Yuki are werewolves.


The rest of the movie deals with the ups and downs of their relationships and how the family as a whole faces them together.


As Hana moves them to the countryside for the safety of the children, a new life beckons.


Things change, places change and there is so much fantasy to the making but there is also that one common struggle faced by mothers all over the world that unites this film to reality.


Although it is a fantasy movie, to a high extent it is almost about things that we see every day, things we can easily relate to.


Director Mamoru Hosoda has again made something that touches the core of humanity with some perfectly touched animation.



9. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust


Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust


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Directed By Yoshiaki Kawajiri
Written By Yoshiaki Kawajiri, Brian Irving
Music By Marco D’Ambrosio 
Cinematography By Hitoshi Yamaguchi
Release Year 2000
Runtime 102min
Starring Pamela Segall, John DiMaggio, Dwight Schultz, Andy Philpot
IMDb Rating 7.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 86% 
Global Box Office $151,086


Yoshiaki Kawajiri’s Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is so intricately woven that every bit of the animation shows style and perfection.


It is a serious, emotional, and at times humorous creation. In the middle of the night, a young woman is abducted by a vampire nobleman.


D, a dhampir is hired by the woman’s father to find her dead or alive.


Later they suspect that the woman went with Meier on her own terms. Another group called the Markus brothers are also on the same trail.


And now it’s also about who gets the girl first. D Meier hires the mutant Barbarois to guard him; consisting of the shapeshifter Caroline, the shadow manipulator Benge, and the werewolf Machira.


There is that dark, grimy, apocalyptic feel that grabs you and sends chills down your spine throughout the movie.


Rather than perceptions, this story tells us to look inside to really understand a person. One of the finest animated adult movies for adults that you shouldn’t miss out on.


Highly recommended.



10. Dog Soldiers


Dog Soldiers


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Directed By Neil Marshall
Written By Neil Marshall
Music By Mark Thomas
Cinematography By Sam McCurdy
Release Year 2002
Runtime 105min 
Starring Sean Pertwee, Kevin McKidd, Emma Cleasby, Liam Cunningham
IMDb Rating 6.8/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 79%
Global Box Office $3,537,283


There is so much blood, gore, and kickass werewolves which puts this movie on the priority list.


The movie begins by showing a couple camping out in the Scottish Highlands but then they are brutally attacked by an anonymous creature.


Fast forward, a man is seen being chased down by certain people. Cooper is chased down by his crew as he fails to shoot a dog in cold blood as he is part of the special forces.


Weeks into the training, the Special forces crew is dropped into an area where they are attacked by the least expected beings.


While they are temporarily saved by a zoologist, the fight for survival becomes real. As the issue gets out of hand things get clearer as well.


The real intention of the government in sending them out here is revealed. As the crew gets infected one by one.


There is fate playing its magical role. Who is left behind and what saves them all will put the audience at the edge of their seats throughout.



11. The Monster Squad


The Monster Squad


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Directed By Fred Dekker
Written By Fred Dekker,Shane Black
Music By Bruce Broughton
Cinematography By Bradford May
Release Year 1987
Runtime 79min 
Starring André Gower, Robby Kiger, Stephen Macht, Duncan Regehr
IMDb Rating 7.0/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 78%
Global Box Office $3,769,990


This squad of pre-teenagers is about to save the world and even the United States Army is confused.


When a group of young boys finds the diary of Abraham Van Helsing, they unearth a scary secret.


A powerful amulet resides that could cause real harm. As Dracula comes into town with his monsters which include the Frankenstein monster, wolfman, the mummy, and three school girls transformed.


It is up to the boys to make sure that he never gets the amulet.


An adventurous, fun movie for kids with some of the finest visual effects is a treat you don’t want to miss.



12. Underworld: Rise of the Lycans


Underworld: Rise of the Lycans


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Directed By Patrick Tatopoulos
Written By Danny McBride, Dirk Blackman, Howard McCain
Music By Paul Haslinger 
Cinematography By Ross Emery
Release Year 2009
Runtime 92min
Starring Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy, Rhona Mitra, Steven Mackintosh, Kevin Grevioux
IMDb Rating 6.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 63%
Global Box Office $92,158,961


The third movie from the underworld series stands on par with its predecessors which very rarely happens.


Michael Sheen and Bill Nighy are back and we couldn’t be happier. Back to the aristocratic dilemma where werewolves/ Lycans were slaves to the vampire clan.


When the two of them fall in love, the slaves and rulers have a battle they never anticipated to happen.


CGI, visual effects, music, and makeup have all contributed immensely to this perfect execution. The gut and gore at times are more than enough to throw you off your chair.


Highly recommended to the ones in love with the genre and also to the ones who are planning to fall in love with it.



13. Underworld: Awakening


Underworld: Awakening


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Directed By Måns Mårlind, Björn Stein
Written By Len Wiseman, John Hlavin, J. Michael Straczynski, Allison Burnett
Music By Paul Haslinger
Cinematography By Scott Kevan
Release Year 2012
Runtime 86min
Starring Kate Beckinsale, Stephen Rea, Michael Ealy, Theo James
IMDb Rating 6.3/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 62%
Global Box Office $160,112,671


Both the government and the public are now aware of the existence of Vampires and Lycans.


A program to study them ends in a disaster and the annihilation of the non-humans becomes a priority.


As Selene and Michael are captured things take more dangerous turns for the clan. Not the best in the franchise, this movie takes a different turn from the previous ones as it is no longer entirely devoted to vengeance.


There are some thrilling actions and events, overall, this is a slightly above-average not bad movie.



14. Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed


Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed


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Directed By Brett Sullivan
Written By Megan Martin 
Music By Kurt Swinghammer
Cinematography By Gavin Smith, Henry Less
Release Year 2004
Runtime 94min
Starring Emily Perkins, Tatiana Maslany, Eric Johnson, Janet Kidder, Katharine Isabelle 
IMDb Rating 6.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 66%
Global Box Office $943,625


A sequel that did right. Brigitte uses monkshood extract to save herself from transitioning like her sister Ginger.


As a result of her actions, she ends up in a rehabilitation clinic, Here she not only has to face her mental struggles but also the advances of a male werewolf as well.


She befriends a girl obsessed with comic books at the hospital and now we have a second interesting character to look up to.


Unpredictability was the key feature of the success of this movie. As it brews towards the climax, the ending is not something you would have foreseen



15. Curse of the Werewolf


Curse of the Werewolf


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Directed By Terence Fisher
Written By Anthony Hinds
Music By Benjamin Frankel
Cinematography By Arthur Grant
Release Year 1961
Runtime 93min
Starring Clifford Evans, Oliver Reed, Yvonne Romain, Catherine Feller, Anthony Dawson
IMDb Rating 6.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 58%
Global Box Office N.A.


A highly unusual werewolf movie unlike the many that came later and before this one finally explains how one actually becomes a werewolf.


When a very cruel marqués imprisons a beggar for making an inappropriate remark at a nobleman’s feast, no one realizes the misfortunes about to grow from this action.


As the beggar is forgotten he ends up impregnating the jailer’s mute daughter. She gives birth to a baby boy and shortly dies.


Born in unfortunate circumstances on Christmas eve here lies the curse of the werewolf. Leon is born a werewolf. Out in the world with no real parents, the grown-up Leon is about to face the hardest choices in his life, which would cost him everything he ever owned.



16. The Company of Wolves


The Company of Wolves


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Directed By Neil Jordan
Written By Angela Carter, Neil Jordan
Music By George Fenton
Cinematography By Bryan Loftus
Release Year 1984
Runtime 95min
Starring Angela Lansbury, David Warner, Micha Bergese, Sarah Patterson
IMDb Rating 6.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 73%
Global Box Office $4,389,334


When a girl is sent out to the woods to visit her grandmother with a red cloak and basket anyone remotely into fairytales knows that you are in trouble.


A modern little red riding hood has done with style. The story begins when a young girl falls asleep and starts dreaming bizarre sequences of herself and her family.


As her grandmother advises “Never stray from the path, never eat a windfall apple, and never trust a man whose eyebrows meet.” Advances from men of a different kind and a wolf that changes her course of life.


This dream is not of the usual kind. A coming-of-age story with questions that you grow up with, this movie is one of a kind.


Recommended to anyone in search of a good movie in the category.



17. Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors


Dr. Terror's House of Horrors


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Directed By Freddie Francis
Written By Milton Subotsky 
Music By Elisabeth Lutyens
Cinematography By Alan Hume
Release Year 1975
Runtime 98 min
Starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Max Adrian, Ann Bell, Peter Madden
IMDb Rating 6.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 62% 
Global Box Office N.A.


A train journey that would’ve been boring gets interesting when a doctor with tarot cards emerges revealing the destinies of the travelers.


And for the five aboard we get five fantastic horror stories worth the time and dime you spend on it.


Doctor Schrek( Peter Cushing) which he reveals is German for terror has stories enough for you not to get down in any station soon.


The five men are in for their fate with a werewolf, voodo, a vampire, creeping vine, and a disembodied hand.


What happens when they get down on the station and why is death so pertinent?


Unlike all the train rides you have taken in the past, this time you are in for something different.



18. Trick ’r Treat


Trick ’r Treat


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Directed By Michael Dougherty
Written By Michael Dougherty
Music By Douglas Pipes
Cinematography By Glen MacPherson
Release Year 2007
Runtime 82min
Starring Dylan Baker, Rochelle Aytes, Anna Paquin, Brian Cox
IMDb Rating 6.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 71%
Global Box Office N.A.


It is Halloween and there isn’t a better tradition that is part of world history than trick or treating.


In the fictional town of Warren Valley, Ohio our characters walk through each other’s stories.


What makes this story different is Sam, a peculiar trick or treater who enforces the rules of Halloween and around whom the story revolves.


A mysterious murder, a school bus massacre, a surprise party, and then there is Sam.


While all stories have really scary things to tell. There is one that particularly stands out.


How about going on a date and then you end up being dinner? Confused much??


You should maybe try watching this Halloween treat with high expectations because this one is actually good.


And yes, no mention of the werewolf, only because it’s better kept a secret before watching.



19. Wolf




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Directed By Mike Nichols
Written By Jim Harrison, Wesley Strick
Music By Ennio Morricone
Cinematography By Giuseppe Rotunno
Release Year 1994 
Runtime 125min
Starring Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, James Spader, Kate Nelligan
IMDb Rating 6.2/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score N.A.
Global Box Office $131,002,597


A werewolf movie that took into consideration that it was high time for a business world- werewolf combination.


Will Randall the editor-in-chief of a publishing house is accidentally bitten by a werewolf. When business politics wrecks his personal life as well, Will needs help to retain composure.


As he takes back to hold on to things that matter. The dangers of being a werewolf are something he should learn to keep up with.


Class and style matter even in horror settings and there isn’t a better movie to show that.


There is the newfound confidence and assurance that takes the wolf transformation to better standards.


The cinematography is also beautifully done.



20. Werewolf by Night (2022)


werewolf by night (2022)


A Halloween treat for Marvel fans, “Werewolf by Night” dives into the dark corners of the MCU in a stylish black-and-white presentation. 


A secret society of monster hunters gathers at Bloodstone Manor, competing for a powerful relic in a deadly game. Among them stands Jack Russell, harboring a hidden secret – he transforms into the monstrous Werewolf by Night. 


As tensions rise and alliances shift, Jack must confront his inner beast and the hunters’ hidden agendas in a thrilling fight for survival. 


Werewolf by Night boasts classic horror vibes, thrilling action, and unexpected twists, leaving fans hungry for more adventures in the monster-filled side of the MCU.



21. What We Do in the Shadows


What We Do in the Shadows


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Directed By Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi
Written By Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi
Music By Plan 9
Cinematography By D. J. Stipsen, Richard Bluck
Release Year 2014
Runtime 85 min
Starring Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Jonathan Brugh, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Stu Rutherford
IMDb Rating 7.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 86% 
Global Box Office $7,253,160


If you are into mockumentaries, vampires, werewolves, and dark comedies you have just hit jackpot.


Comedy horror is not an easy thing to execute but this movie just has it right.


Taika Waititi and Jermaine Clement marched in with a perfect blend of the finest actors and you can’t get enough as it ends.


A group of vampires living in an apartment is followed by a documentary team. Viago, Vladislav, Deacon, and Petyr all possess supernatural powers and are a really friendly bunch of vampires.


As they let more people into the group their past and present get intertwined and unfortunate events start happening.


When circumstances lead them into a group of werewolves, they can continue being rivals or change for their own good.


As we grow old things are set in our own ways and are not really easy to find new ways, let us say vampires also think the same.


This fresh and original dark comedy is highly recommended for anyone looking to find a different approach to the genre.



22. Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man


Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man


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Directed By Roy William Neill
Written By Curt Siodmak
Music By Hans J. Salter
Cinematography By George Robinson
Release Year 1943
Runtime 74min
Starring Ilona Massey, Patric Knowles, Bela Lugosi, Lionel Atwill
IMDb Rating 6.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 56%
Global Box Office N.A.


When two robbers break into the Talbot family crypt on a full moon night, Larry Talbot, the werewolf comes alive.


On a quest to find inner peace, Larry Talbot is in search of death. He reaches the Frankenstein manor in search of a doctor who can drain the force of life from him.


There is no doctor but only his monster. In a desperate journey for eternal peace, Larry tries really hard to control his inner demon.


In between a suspicious village is scared of the return of the monster and his desire to find death with the help of Dr.Manning.


Will Larry succeed in his quest? A question worth watching the movie for. A very distinctive approach to the usual plots this movie flows with the tide despite its flaws.


While not a great follower of the Frankenstein series, the movie did justice to the wolfman story.



23. The Undying Monster


The Undying Monster


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Directed By John Brahm
Written By Lillie Hayward, Michel Jacoby
Music By David Raksin 
Cinematography By Lucien Ballard
Release Year 1942
Runtime 63 min
Starring James Ellison, Heather Angel, John Howard
IMDb Rating 6.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 39%
Global Box Office N.A.


Out of the hundreds of Hollywood’s ‘B’ movies, this small mystery-horror movie is not very disappointing.


The Hammond family is cursed or so is what is believed of them by the townsfolk.


When two members of the family including Oliver Hammond are by some strange creature Scotland Yard scientist Robert Curtis and his sidekick Christy are sent to investigate.


While many try to hide the real truth, the monster cannot be hidden forever. The movie builds horror and suspense as it goes on.


Not really bad for the kind and is worth a watch.



24. The Howling


The Howling


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Directed By Joe Dante
Written By John Sayles, Terence H. Winkless
Music By Pino Donaggio
Cinematography By John Hora
Release Year 1981
Runtime 91min
Starring Dee Wallace, Patrick Macnee, Dennis Dugan, Christopher Stone
IMDb Rating 6.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 58%
Global Box Office $17,985,893


Karen White, a Los Angeles tv news reporter is traumatized after being attacked inside a porn theatre.


Her psychiatrist suggests a private retreat to take her mind off things. The ‘colony’ is a strange place where strange things are happening since her arrival.


Karen notices as things go wrong but find it difficult to point out what is actually wrong.


It is creepy and entertaining with bits of comedy to keep you engaged. Although Howling might look like another typical werewolf movie.


It is not. Once you get into this spooky little ‘colony’ you can only end it with a bang.


Tension builds up throughout the movie as we go into it and never disappoints which is appreciated as well.



25. Silver Bullet


Silver Bullet


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Directed By Dan Attias
Written By Stephen King
Music By Jay Chattaway
Cinematography By Armando nannuzzi
Release Year 1985
Runtime 95min 
Starring Corey Haim, Gary Busey, Everett McGill
IMDb Rating 6.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 56%
Global Box Office $12,361,866


It’s a Stephen King story and just like that the standard has been set. This is that kind of movie that builds upon the atmosphere, slowly grows on you and although there isn’t so much real to it, haunts you.


Said from a child’s perspective, it talks about a brother-sister relationship quite nicely. Marty is paraplegic but is thoroughly mischievous and lives with his sister Jane.


As murders start happening around the town Marty’s personal life also starts getting affected. As he witnesses the strange killer, no one believes the child’s werewolf story.


With the right touch of comedy, very good investigative instincts, and blood and gore handled rather delicately the creators definitely took enough consideration into making the intricacies woven into this fine creation come out beautifully.



26. The Wolf of Snow Hollow


The Wolf of Snow Hollow


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Directed By Jim Cummings
Written By Jim Cummings
Music By Ben Lovett
Cinematography By natalie Kingston
Release Year 2020
Runtime 83min
Starring Jim Cummings, Riki Lindhome, Chloe East, Jimmy Tatro
IMDb Rating 6.2/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 66%
Global Box Office $266,963


A horror, thriller, and fantasy movie that ended up receiving so many mixed reviews. Jim Cummings is the police officer in therapy assigned to investigate a gruesome murder, something very different from what they have seen all those years.


As the news spreads about a possible wolfman, Snow Hollow is shaken. There is John’s almost broken family, his anger issues, and many stories running in parallel.


Set in a perfect atmosphere that could’ve been done better is the only thing which we could actually say.


Robert Forster is to be remembered as this is his last movie. It is a dark comedy that did not end up being really bad.



27. When Animals Dream


When Animals Dream


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Directed By Jonas Alexander Arnby
Written By Rasmus Birch
Music By Mikkel Hess
Cinematography By Niels Thastum
Release Year 2014
Runtime 84min
Starring Lars Mikkelsen, Jakob Oftebro, Sonja Richter
IMDb Rating 5.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 44%
Global Box Office $111,952


Instead of so much blood and gore generally attributed to the genre this movie talks about a girl fighting a hereditary cursed gene.


Teenager Marie lives in a remote fishing village in Denmark with her father and mother who is confined to a wheelchair.


When Marie develops a strange scar on her chest, the movie delves more into the situation of her mother and her strange disease.


A shy teenager who becomes part of a much wider universe than she really imagined.


This werewolf story was widely analyzed on exploring human perceptions and convictions. A good movie as most of it goes.


It goes in the watchable category.



28. Van Helsing


Van Helsing


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Directed By Stephen Sommers
Written By Stephen Sommers
Music By Alan Silvestri
Cinematography By Allen Daviau
Release Year 2004
Runtime 131min
Starring Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham
IMDb Rating 6.1/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 57%
Global Box Office $300,157,638


This is a package with an additional surprise packet. Unlike the usual werewolf combination of wolves and vampires here you also get the Frankenstein monster.


What a treat.! Van Helsing is out on a mission: to destroy Dracula and to save the two last surviving members of a Romanian family.


With no memories to connect to his past, Van Helsing with the help of Anna fights off vampires, the aftermath of Frankenstein’s experiments, a curse, and a past that could change the future.


When he comes to face the Dracula himself, a past he would have never imagined resurfaces from his memory.


Genuinely stunning CGI and background works clubbed with a fun story are worth a watch for sure.



29. The Brothers Grimm


The Brothers Grimm


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Directed By Terry Gilliam
Written By Ehren Kruger
Music By Dario Marianelli
Cinematography By Newton Thomas Sigel
Release Year 2005
Runtime 118min
Starring Matt Damon, Heath Ledger, Peter Stormare, Lena Headey
IMDb Rating 5.9/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 39%
Global Box Office $105,316,267


Unlike the real Grimm stories, this might not be the fantasy you are looking for.


Set in the real-time of 1700 in Germany is a fantasy thriller to haunt you.


Reality deals so well with the fantasy elements in the movie which was a totally wow element for us.


Nothing really big but innovative ideas should definitely be accepted. When the famed monster hunters Wilhelm (Will) and Jakob (Jake) Grimm are revealed to be con artists and are caught to pay for their deeds.


They are given the task to solve the disappearance of several girls in Marbaden, believing charlatans like them are responsible for it.


This journey changes their perspectives of things until then. The myths and stories they only heard about looked real now as they get closer to the truth.


Fighting werewolf huntsman, black magic, and an evil queen who wants to regain her youth by sacrificing the young girls, nothing they were prepared for.


For a moviegoer in search of something light and engaging to watch this would be enough to keep you going.



30. Late Phases


Late Phases


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Directed By Adrián García Bogliano
Written By Eric Stolze
Music By Wojciech Golczewski
Cinematography By Ernesto Herrera
Release Year 2014
Runtime 95min
Starring Nick Damici, Ethan Embry, Lance Guest
IMDb Rating N.A.
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 44%
Global Box Office N.A.


Sometimes some movies surprise us by having heroes with the least kind of traits we expect.


Ambrose McKinley, a fiercely independent veteran who is also blind is forcefully moved into the retirement community dues to his son’s pressure.


When Ambrose’s neighbor is attacked by a vicious creature and his dog is mortally wounded it is now up to him to find the source of the chaos in this little town.


Ambrose is pissed at his dog’s death and is going to find an answer to these disturbing ordeals.


While Ambrose did a spectacular job there were some shortcomings regarding the other aspects of the movie.


An engaging adventure that has its flaws but we’ll be happy to give a special recommendation to the dog.



31. Werewolf (2018)


werewolf (2018)


Werewolf, or Wilkolak, is a Polish horror film from 2018. The film takes us back to the end of World War II, when a group of Jewish children are released from a concentration camp. 


With nowhere to go, the children are temporarily housed in an ancient manor with a caretaker. The problem starts when a pack of wild and frenzied dogs surrounds the manor and wildly attacks the children. 


These dogs were trained by the former SS regiment that was stationed in that manor and were set free after the war. This pack of hungry feral creatures attacks the manor in search of food, and the children are once again in danger. 


The film is not the usual werewolf horror that one expects. It depicts the horror of children being reduced to a pack of hungry dogs that are chasing them. Werewolf received an average IMDb rating of 6.0.



32. Bad Moon


Bad Moon


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Directed By Eric Red
Written By Eric Red
Music By Daniel Licht
Cinematography By Jan Kiesser
Release Year 1996
Runtime 79min
Starring Mariel Hemingway, Michael Paré
IMDb Rating 5.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 44%
Global Box Office $1,060,264


Ted and his girlfriend Marjorie are out in the woods researching when they are attacked by a werewolf.


Marjorie dies and Ted becomes infected. In a desperate need to hide his identity and save his family, Ted is torn apart by the curse.


As he moves near to his sister’s house we have Thor, to the rescue. His sister’s family dog, thor is suspicious of foul play which ends up being the right intuition.


While a man’s mind is trying hard to keep his sanity, there are things a werewolf can’t control.


The family German shepherd against a werewolf. A fine creation of the time that you should watch.



33. Waxwork




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Directed By Anthony Hickox
Written By Anthony Hickox
Music By Roger Bellon
Cinematography By Gerry Lively
Release Year 1988
Runtime 96 min
Starring Zach Galligan, Deborah Foreman, Michelle Johnson, David Warner, Dana Ashbrook
 IMDb Rating 6.2/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 46%
Global Box Office $808,114


Sic college students Mark, China, Gemma, Sarah, James, and Tony decide to visit a mysterious wax museum since a gentleman who claims to own the exhibit invites them over.


As the students wander into two different dimensions on display beyond the barrier rope things get ugly for them as they get trapped in a reality with the most dangerous and scary mythical illusions.


As six souls are needed for evil to swallow up the world. The children fall into a trap that even relates to some of their past as well.


David Warner does a splendid job as the owner of the museum. Roger Bellon’s musical score complements the aesthetics beautifully as well.


A serious horror flick, with good acting, a clever plot, and likable characters is worth a watch for pure entertainment.



34. Wer




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Directed By William Brent Bell
Written By William Brent Bell, Matthew Peterman
Music By Brett Detar
Cinematography By Alejandro Martínez
Release Year 2013
Runtime 93min
Starring A.J. Cook, Brian Scott O’Connor, Simon Quarterman, Sebastian Roché, Vik Sahay
IMDb Rating 5.9/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 40%
Global Box Office N.A.


The Porter family is brutally murdered and only the wife is left behind. While she claims that a strong man killed her husband and son.


Something very strange is discovered in further investigation. The eremite Talan Gwynek, the accused is suffering from a rare condition that is passed on through generations.


To survive from a conspiracy, to save what he has while having a condition that cannot be controlled.


Brutal, scary, and chilling. This is one of the most underrated movies of the werewolf genre.


Back on track with the werewolf legacy, rather than the sculpted version that hides among humans this werewolf definitely sets new heights of expectation from the genre.



35. Werewolf of London


Werewolf of London


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Directed By Stuart Walker
Written By John Colton, Harvey Gates, Edmund Pearson, James Mulhauser, Aben Kandel
Music By Karl Hajos
Cinematography By Charles J. Stumar
Release Year 1935
Runtime 75min
Starring Henry Hull, Warner Oland, Valerie Hobson, Lester Matthews, Spring Byington, Clark Williams, Lawrence Grant
IMDb Rating 6.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 45%
Global Box Office N.A.


The first werewolf movie from Universal did catch a certain amount of attention but reached its full-fledged glory only at later stages.


When middle-aged Wilfred Glendon goes to Tibet in search of the rare plant, he is attacked by a mysterious creature.


On returning from the trip, the botanist dedicates all of his time to understanding this plant.


But only to his dismay, he realizes that he not only brought back a plant but it is also a temporary cure to a long-lasting illness that he has contracted from his trip. “The werewolf is neither man nor wolf, but a Satanic creature with the worst qualities of both.” The statement itself speaks volumes about what is to be expected from the movie, and it does not disappoint.


A special mention to the makeup crew for the transformation scene showed finesse in technique which is highly commendable for the time.



36. The Wolfman


The Wolfman


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Directed By Joe Johnston
Written By Andrew Kevin Walker, David Self
Music By Danny Elfman
Costume Design by  Milena Canonero
Cinematography By Shelly Johnson
Release Year 2010
Runtime 103min
Starring Benicio del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt, Hugo Weaving
IMDb Rating 5.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 33%
Global Box Office $139,789,765


There is nothing really familiar to us as one of the gothic literary classics comes to life.


Ben Talbot is attacked by a wolf-like creature and dies. His brother Lawrence Talbot who is considered mentally unstable is out to search for answers among gypsies whom the townspeople believe are responsible for Ben’s death.


But Lawrence is attacked by a werewolf and realizes the answer to his quest as well as answers to the traumas he endured all his life.


Our protagonist already had fate written his pathway and that is evident as we move through the story as things become clearer.


There is not one specific place to begin about the spectacular job that has gone behind this creation.


From direction to casting, music (Danny Elfman was reinstated and that really shows) everything contributed to making this a worthwhile, live creation



37. Wolfen




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Directed By Michael Wadleigh
Written By David M. Eyre, Jr., Michael Wadleigh
Music By James Horner
Cinematography By Gerry Fisher
Release Year 1981 
Runtime 114min
Starring Albert Finney, Diane Venora, Edward James Olmos, Gregory Hines
IMDb Rating 6.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 46% 
Global Box Office $10,626,725


An engaging adventure that builds up tension as it goes on, the Wolfen spirit lingers enough to make you shiver.


When business magnate Christopher Van der Veer, his wife, and his bodyguard are brutally murdered in Battery Park.


Suspicions arise about the unusual clues left behind by the killer. Detective Dewey Wilson is given the task to investigate the murder, with the help of forensics they discover non-human evidence on the murder site.


As more murders follow, the people who try to help Dewey are also ambushed. What does this wolf-like creature want?


And what are they trying to protect? Many questions left being unanswered. A fine cinematographic experience and a gem from 1980 that you should watch.



38. The Beast Must Die


The Beast Must Die


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Directed By Paul Annett
Written By Michael Winder
Music By Douglas Gamley
Cinematography By Jack Hildyard
Release Year 1974
Runtime 93min
Starring Calvin Lockhart, Peter Cushing, Marlene Clark, Charles Gray, Anton Diffring
IMDb Rating 5.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 37%
Global Box Office N.A.


What happens when a friendly gathering turns into a mad werewolf hunt and to make things more interesting you are one of the suspects.


As spooky as this sounds. When a wealthy hunter, gathers a group of people and informs them that one of them is a werewolf, the sherlock in everyone is ready for the puzzle.


A suspenseful horror thriller that does not center around the werewolf but definitely has an interesting werewolf has enough to keep you engaged.


A tale in search of finding a blood trail and ending it. And Peter Cushing has so much to say about werewolves that you end up being very knowledgeable about the subject.


This is definitely a good thing, maybe you could use it for analyzing the rest of the list.


Totally unrelated but for the potter heads out there see if you can find someone familiar here.


A professor maybe.



39. Werewolves Within


Werewolves Within


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Directed By Josh Ruben
Written By Mishna Wolff
Music By Anna Drubich
Cinematography By Matthew Wise
Release Year 2021
Runtime 97min
Starring Sam Richardson, Milana Vayntrub, George Basil, Sarah Burns
IMDb Rating 6.0/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 81%
Global Box Office $927,992


Dragging the plot long definitely did bad for this movie and where is the werewolf in the werewolf movie.


Residents of Beaverfield are divided over a new pipeline project. When a massive power outage results in all of them staying at the same lodge the town realizes its new threat, a werewolf in disguise.


The story is all over the place and what could’ve been a really good movie ended up being all about a massive chaotic confusion with the werewolf playing a guest role (you don’t get enough to really see it).


Maybe the werewolf was just a tactic for you to watch the whole movie. It is watchable though, just missed the presence of the werewolf.



40. The Twilight Saga


The Twilight Saga


  • Based on: Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer
  • Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene


This is a list in a list of a set of movies that lightly introduced vampire and werewolf obsession to teenagers in the 2000s.


Stephanie Meyer became an instant superstar with this series. While still, some would be wondering who that is.


Well, she wrote the books. The Cullens and Isabella Swan or more popularly Bella brought forth standards to teenage romance that never really got old.


Bella, her vampire friend Edward and Jake, the werewolf give perspectives of three different worlds and one good old romance and the aftermath which extends to all five movies in the series.


While I don’t intend on getting into the details. There are some pretty good vampire, and werewolf fight scenes and not so cringy stories that you could watch.


If you’re into romance, vampires, werewolves and also see how technology developed through these years you should try watching them.


The movies in order are:


  • Twilight (2008)
  • The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)
  • The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011)
  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012)



41. Red Riding Hood


Red Riding Hood


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Directed By Catherine Hardwicke
Written By David Leslie Johnson
Music By Brian Reitzell, Alex Heffes
Cinematography By Mandy Walker
Release Year 2011
Runtime 100min
Starring Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Billy Burke, Shiloh Fernandez
IMDb Rating 5.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 39%
Global Box Office $90,260,376


Lightly related to the original Little Red Riding Hood, the movie talks about a small village with a neighboring werewolf pledged not to harm the Village.


And then somehow mysterious deaths start happening, the wolves have started killing. When a wolf-hunter priest arrives in the town, he says that one of them is actually the wolf which scares the villagers.


As the villagers search for the beast, many unfortunate secrets are revealed for a family in town.


The blood moon week creates havoc that will change the life of some within themselves.


This little red makes decisions that no brittle heart could do. Not spilling many details, it is a good movie with some unexpected twists that are worth a watch.



42. Werewolf Woman


Werewolf Woman


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Directed By Rino Di Silvestro
Written By Rino Di Silvestro
Music By Coriolano Gori
Cinematography By Mario Capriotti
Release Year 1976
Runtime 100 min
Starring Annik Borel, Renato Rossini, Dagmar Lassander, Tino Carraro, Elio Zamuto
IMDb Rating 5.0/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 41%
Global Box Office N.A.


While not really a werewolf movie this is actually a psychologically disturbing horror movie. Daniella Nesri is raped as a child, which breaks her.


As she is sent to the family’s country home to recover from the trauma, she gets fixated on one of their ancestors who was alleged to be a werewolf.


Daniella finds herself closely resembling the ancestor and from there, her trauma takes a different stand.


This dark, depressing, horror movie also shows the other not much-favored side of humanity. While left confused about whether it is her psychological imbalance or a real werewolf spirit, the graphics will haunt you.


Sometimes bad things never stop happening I presume.



43. The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Woman


The Werewolf versus the Vampire Woman


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Directed By León Klimovsky
Written By Jacinto Molina[1
Music By Antón García Abril
Costume Design by  na
Cinematography By Leo Williams 
Release Year 1971
Runtime 86min
Starring Paul naschy, Gaby Fuchs, Barbara Capell
IMDb Rating 5.3/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 32% 
Global Box Office N.A.


So what does really happen when the silver bullets are removed from a dead wolfman?


As scary and confusing as it sounds, they come back alive. After what happens in the fury of the wolfman Waldemar Daninsky comes alive when the silver bullets are removed during autopsy.


When two girls go in search of the tomb of the possible vampiress Countess Wandessa de Nadasdy one of them accidentally bleeds into the corpse and she comes alive as well.


Like all the other movies in the genre work, the vampire woman and wolfman will fight till their ends.


Despite its low budget, this Spanish movie showed a really good gothic and horror atmosphere as one good movie.



44. Howl




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Directed By Paul Hyett
Written By Mark Huckerby, Nick Ostler
Music By Paul E. Francis
Costume Design by  Raquel Azevedo
Cinematography By Adam Biddle
Release Year 2015 
Runtime 92min
Starring Ed Speleers, Sean Pertwee, Holly Weston, Shauna Macdonald, Elliot Cowan
IMDb Rating 5.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 37%
Global Box Office $477,656


Trains are really good in movies, and in horror movies just ‘perfect’. This movie has done really well in building up that claustrophobic element which played really well.


A train is stopped in the middle of nowhere as it nearly derails after hitting a deer.


Ambushed at midnight with nothing for help this little group is in for an adventure with things that can get as supernatural as it comes.


A very well-working storyline that can keep you engrossed, entertained and also makes sure you leave the lights on at night.


Because it can be scary as it has some decent, good with their claws and teeth werewolves acting.



45. Cursed




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Directed By Wes Craven
Written By Kevin Williamson
Music By Marco Beltrami
Cinematography By Robert McLachlan
Release Year 2005 
Runtime 97min
Starring Christina Ricci, Joshua Jackson, Jesse Eisenberg, Judy Greer
IMDb Rating 5.0/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 30%
Global Box Office $29,621,722


Fortune tellers sometimes happen to be accurate, or so does happen in this movie. Friends Jenny Tate and Becky Morton get their fortune told by Zela that they will endure a tragic fate.


The same night siblings Jimmy and Ellie are part of an accident that altogether changes their fate of themselves as well as that of the people around them.


As they collide with another car the siblings are slashed by an unknown creature and the fortune-teller’s readings also start happening as Becky dies.


The siblings realize their senses heightening and their power starts increasing so does the danger they inflict.


The only way to cure this infection is to find the real beast. Occasional suspense and good performances stand out in the depiction of the movie.


And a majority also voiced disregard for the subplots that didn’t really work with the theme.


Overall it is an average experience with its own kind of flaws.



46. Skinwalkers




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Directed By James Isaac
Written By James DeMonaco, Todd Harthan, James Roday
Music By Andrew Lockington
Cinematography By David Armstrong, Adam Kane
Release Year 2006
Runtime 91min
Starring Jason Behr, Elias Koteas, Rhona Mitra, Kim Coates, Natassia Malthe
IMDb Rating 4.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 25%
Global Box Office $3,269,736


An age-old argument between two packs of werewolves the good and the bad side. Timothy is about to turn thirteen, and though raised by the good wolves he is considered a danger by the other side.


As Timothy “For some, I am salvation, for the others their destruction”. Nothing really in connection to any of the previous stories heard, this thirteen-year-old boy is meant to make a lot of changes in the lives of the werewolves.


The bad wolves don’t want that to happen, the very reason is revealed at the end.


An average addition to the genre, it can be entertaining to some crowds.



47. Full Eclipse


Full Eclipse


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Directed By Anthony Hickox
Written By Richard Christian Matheson, Michael Reaves
Music By Gary Chang(theme music composer)
Cinematography By Sandi Sissel
Release Year 1993
Runtime  1h33m
Starring Mario Van Peebles, Patsy Kensit, Bruce Payne, Anthony John Denison, Jason Beghe
IMDb Rating 5.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 45%
Global Box Office N.A.


This is a total one-of-a-kind, sleek, serious, and scary movie. Now, who would actually imagine socially responsible werewolves?


Los Angeles Police Department has a special squad who are really good at what they do.


The pack as they are called run by Bruce Payne is the squad that rules the city.


When the good cop Max Dire is in between a family crisis, he consults detective Adam Garou (Bruce Payne).


A therapy session actually is an invitation to join the pack. A fight for the same woman ends up in a disastrous duel as well.


While not intending to give out any interesting details, the ending is worth waiting for.



48. Wolf (1994)


Wolf (1994)


Looking for a movie to watch? Wolf could be a good option. With a runtime of 2 hours and 5 min and released in 1994, it stars Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, and James Spader and was directed by Mike Nichols.


Middle-aged Will Randall is a chief editor in a publishing house and facing troubles in his job. His company is recently taken over by a wealthy man who is tough in his ways, leading to the employees expecting to downsize, also threatening Will’s job.


One day, on his way, a supposedly dead wolf bites Will, which gives him heightens his senses and boosts his passion at work, but could this mean he is turning into a werewolf?



49. Wolfcop




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Directed By Lowell Dean
Written By Lowell Dean
Music By Shooting Guns
Costume Design by  Brenda Shenher
Cinematography By Peter La Rocque
Release Year 2014
Runtime 79min
Starring Leo Fafard, Amy Matysio, Jonathan Cherry, Sarah Lind, Jesse Moss
IMDb Rating 5.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score 46%
Global Box Office N.A.


An alcoholic cop in a small community is sent out to investigate something. As part of some preconceived plans, it is later revealed that Lou Garou is now a werewolf.


With heightened senses, Garou’s transformation sends a new sense of acceptance throughout the department. Garou and his partner are investigating local murders in a bar while Garou is also coping with being a werewolf.


Dean tries his best in mixing up comedy and horror which actually worked in lots of places.


We needed more of the wolf cop in action though.” Lou, you’re a wolf!” (growls) “Cop!”


A Canadian masterpiece that is fun and easygoing and is definitely worth a watch.



50. Big Fish 


Big Fish


Big Fish is an adventure-drama film that has been helmed for the screen by Tim Burton. It features actors Ewan McGregor, Albert Finney, and Billy Crudup in pivotal roles. The motion picture was released in 2003 with a 2-hour and 5 min runtime.


Will Bloom shares a complicated relationship with his father, Edward. Like any son, he loves him but finds it hard to accept every larger-than-life past instance Edward shares with his son.


From fighting in the war with Koreans and working in a circus to stalking a woman and falling in love with her, Edward’s past was mighty colourful. After discovering his father is affected by cancer, Will decides to test the accuracy of Edward’s stories.



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