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Lone Wolf

USA 2020
produced by
Jordan Rivera, Leonardo Rodriguez (executive), Dan Schatzman (executive) for Red Carpet Broadcasting
directed by J.D. Marmion
starring Jane Gardner, Christine Liao, Kennedy Wunderle, Alexandra Dustin, Victorya Danylko-Petrovskaya, Robin McIntosh, Cesar Ortega, Fred Espinoza, Jonathan Hagan, Zacciah Hanson, Trey Toselan, Eric Ortegren, Gem Andrade, Destiny Perezcot, Brian Trujillo, Tohmas Howery, Jesse Carlowe, Taylor McIntyre, Phillip Davis, Jerry Walker, Jacqueline Almond, Jolene Rael, Madison Wunderle, J.D. Marmion, Troy Taylor, Alice Zhan, Carla Aragon, Kiko Sanchez, Victor Versace, Amy Storey, Sylvie Grontis Hagan, Richard Baca II, Anthony Gonzales, Rebecca Kaehele, Leonard Natural, Edward Stewart, Gordon Edelheit, Mayelangela Linaves-Norwood, Amanda Urdaneta
written by J.D. Marmion, Jordan Rivera, Sam Cunningham, Domenica Schatzman, Victoria Schatzman, music by Jessie Deluxe, special effects makeup by Kyra Enstrom, Zacciah Hanson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Charlie (Jane Gardner), Gabriella (Kennedy Wunderle) and Hanna (Alexandra Dustin) attend a furrie convention, but get kicked out after Hanna, roaringly drunk at that time, pukes onto the fur of one of he other attendants. At the parking lot though they meet Damian (Robin McIntosh), twin brother of furrie superstar Tyrone the Tiger (Robin McIntosh as well), who tells them he can get them to the after party still - which for some reason is halfway across the country, and when our heroes make a stop at a truck stop, Gabriella and Hanna get roaringly drunk with the locals, and when they finally attempt to leave, they find their car won't start. After a night in a cheap motel, the car can be easily fixed and it looks as if someone had tampered with it, maybe the creepy furry in the burnt wolf costume (Tohmas Howery) Charlie has seen by the car earlier. That evening, our kids arrive at the party, which fortunately enough is still in full swing, and Gabriella almost gets it on with Tyrone the Tiger, until he explains to her that despite being totally straight, he's not into girls. And then the guy in the creepy burnt wolf costume arrives at the party, kills Tyrone and then pretty much everybody else, and he takes Charlie captive. Wolf guy throws Charlie into a cage, where she finds her long-lost sister again - and it turns out wolf guy might actually be linked to Charlie's mother's (Christine Liao) past ...


Lone Wolf is an old school slasher that very unapologetically stands by its 1980s roots, so don't expect the reinvention of the wheel. But that said, the movie plays a few nice variations on the theme, and to set the film in the world of furries, which somehow also relates to the killer's origin, is a nice and colourful touch. Also Jane Gardner in the lead does a good job grounding the movie and keeping things relatable, which results in nice genre entertainment for sure.


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