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Directed by Fritz Böhm
Written by Fritz Böhm, Florian Eder… 916 more words

Movie Reviews

Little Red Riding Hood

What’s your favourite fairy tale? It should be simple right? Like when people ask you “What’s your favourite book?” or movie, or band. It’s never simple for me because I can… 1,097 more words


The Wolf's Trail - The Daughter of Dr. Jekyll

The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is fundamentally a werewolf story. Thematically, at least, even though Hyde’s just an asshole rather than a savage beast-man; Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel is about duality, transformation, and the unleashing of the dark savagery we carry inside us, and that’s the very heart of the werewolf myth. 1,003 more words


How Wolfsbane Overcame Persecution And Became More In Touch With Her Religion

Growing up in a religious environment leaves a lasting impression, with people using religion as comfort or as justification. Believing in a higher power can provide a positive experience, but it can also become a prison. 524 more words


The Wolf's Trail - I Was a Teenage Werewolf

The Werewolf was the first US werewolf movie of the 1950s, but and one of the first science fiction werewolf movies, but it’s definitely not the most interesting or influential. 2,524 more words


The Wolf's Trail - The Werewolf (1956)

At this point we have talked about every surviving werewolf movie made before 1950, and at least mentioned every lost werewolf film known to have existed. 2,840 more words


The Wolf's Trail - Le Loup des Malveneur

This is an extra-credit installment of The Wolf’s Trail. I’d originally intended to charge straight ahead, keeping my focus limited to movies that saw wide release in the US (which makes my job a lot easier, since those movies are generally a lot more readily available to me that the films that never made it to America officially). 879 more words