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USA 1994
produced by
Todd Sheets, Ted Irving (executive) for Lydanthrope Features, Extreme Entertainment
directed by Todd Sheets
starring Auggi Alvarez, Kathleen McSweeney, Dave Miller, Harry Rose, Carol Barta, Rebecka Rose, Stefan Hilt, Julie King, Cathy Metz, Emmet Brennen, Kyrie King, Rod Will, Erika Schneider, Jody Rovick, Ray Ettinger, Lisa Metz, Mike Hellman, Tom Berg, Dwen Doggett, Mark Glover, Paul Van Dan Elzen, Pat McWilliams, Steve Wilcox, Cari Tornatta, Kandie Manchion, Jeff Sisson, Nick Stodden, Andrew Major, Pat Stodden, Becky Stodden
written by Todd Sheets, music by TJ Earhardt, Jim Erwin, Matthew Jason Walsh, Enochian Key, Descension, special makeup effects by Mike Hellman, Paul Van Dan Elzen, Jeff Sisson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The future, when the land is under the dictatorial rule of Chronos (Harry Rose): Jacob (Auggi Alvarez) has been experimented on by a sinister gouvernment organisation and his DNA has been blended with wolf DNA, making him an artificial werewolf - but Jacob has managed to escape, and he soon runs into a rebel nest, where he faces immediate distrust, and it takes him time to persuade the rebels of his good intentions, but ultimately he not only gains their respect but persuades a few, like their top fighter Talon (Dave Miller) and their top scout Athena (Kathleen McSweeney) to accompany him on a mission back to the compound he has escaped from to save his son Caleb (Stefan Hilt). As dangerous as the mission is, it's made even more so when they find out that Caleb has turned against his own dad by Chronos ...


Now Moonchild was shot on a very modest budget on video, back when that technology, at least in the semi-pro field, wasn't yet up to the task, so don't expect utter brilliance as that was simply impossible to achieve. That out of the way though, Moonchild is by no means a bad film, sure it borrows from quite a number of dystopian science fiction movies, most obviously maybe Escape from New York, but that said it's pretty successful in creating its own world, which given the relative lack of funds is really remarkable, and it tells an action-packed story on a swift pace with its fair share of surprises, and if one can forgive above-mentioned shortcomings and you're into the genre, this one's more than likely to entertain you rather nicely.


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