Howl (I) (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Action, Fantasy, Horror

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When passengers on a train are attacked by a creature, they must band together in order to survive until morning.



  • Calvin A. Dean in Howl (2015)
  • Ryan Oliva in Howl (2015)
  • Rosie Day in Howl (2015)
  • Ryan Oliva in Howl (2015)
  • Ania Marson and Duncan Preston in Howl (2015)
  • Rosie Day in Howl (2015)

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22 October 2015 | alex_van_beek
| Really enjoyable werewolf siege film
This is a really well done film that focused on what it was instead of falling for the trap of trying to be more than it could. It didn't try and be some terrifying horror film and nor did it spend too much time on the werewolves. For the most part they're left out of sight or kept to a minimum so as to play well to the claustrophobic element of the film. When they are seen, they look very cool and are really well done.

The acting is good, the characters are likable enough and all contribute something towards the experience of being holed up in a tin can, trying not to be munched on by bloody werewolves.

I was well entertained and didn't find myself fiddling with my phone or anything. It wasn't too long and wasn't too short and left on a decent note.

The storyline alone is fun enough to hold your attention for the duration of the film. It does what it says on the can and doesn't leave you feeling like you wasted your time.

I watch a lot of horror ...and a lot of bad horror subsequently and this film doesn't fall into that substandard category. It's not a great film but it's a good film and especially within the werewolf sub-genre, and there are not too many in there.

That's what I think anyway, check it out and see what you think. I recommend it.

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