After he has seen his best friend being killed by a werewolf, Kyle
(Liam Makrogiannis) turns to cryptozoologist Professor Jenkins (Stephen
Kilcullen) for help, since he figures a cryptozoologist is the only one
who will believe him. Jenkins agrees to help him, however reluctantly, and
soon the two are off to a fortune teller (Manoush) to give them
directions, then hire a private eye (Nik Taneris) to track down the beast.
However, the private eye gets over-ambitious and is killed by the
The werewolf is actually Karl Ulver (Demetri Kallas), an old
man living in the forest who is overcome by bloodlust time and again due
to a curse, and that bloodlust turns him into a wolf - but apart from that
he's a decent and humble man who has nothing but the welfare of his two
daughters (Ruby Larocca, Monica Puller) on his mind.
and Kyle manage to corner the werewolf/Karl, and since they have come
prepared, he soon has to realize he's no match for them - but when Jenkins
has Karl in front of his gun, he just can't kill the man in cold blood and
lets him escape ...
By no means the greatest werewolf film ever
made, but a nice 20+-minute hommage to the genre as auch, full of genre
clichées (some turned on their heads, others not), well-hung yet
effective music (Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake), and quite a bit of more
contemporary gore. Fun!