R | Video | | Horror
A successful author moves to a small town after suffering a mental breakdown and is tormented by demons and werewolves.
FX artist Steve Johnson was disappointed in the way the werewolf effects were utilized, feeling they looked nothing like he and his team intended. In an interview, Johnson stated: "The producers wanted something new for the transformation, so we had the man melt into a big pool of ooze in several different stages. Then we zoom in on the pool and it forms into a wolf, but take a look at the edited film, I don't think that idea gets across, through no fault of our own."
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.