R | Video | | Horror
A successful author moves to a small town after suffering a mental breakdown and is tormented by demons and werewolves.
The Howling (1981) and Howling IV: The Original Nightmare (1988) are both based on the same novel by Gary Brandner. Interestingly, Howling IV: The Original Nightmare (1988) actually represents the more faithful adaptation of the novel than The Howling (1981).
I saw Sister Ruth last night.
Janice Hatch: What?
Marie Adams: I know this is going to sound crazy. Maybe it is, but, I saw her here. And the expression on her face... was like... something horrible was happening right here in my living room. Like, I don't know what.
Marie Adams: I told you ...
The cover as used by Echo Bridge for the DVD release does not actually use any images from 'The Howling IV'. The half-face of the werewolf in the foreground is not of any of the werewolves in the film. There is also a small image of three men and a graveyard in silhouette; there is no graveyard scene at all in the film.