WolfCop (2014)

Unrated   |    |  Comedy, Horror


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As a series of strange and violent events begin to occur, an alcoholic policeman realizes that he has been turned into a werewolf as part of a larger plan.


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  • Leo Fafard in WolfCop (2014)
  • Leo Fafard and Lowell Dean in WolfCop (2014)
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30 November 2014 | siderite
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| The Trolls 2 of werewolves
The film is a low budget campy completely non serious Canadian movie about a cop turned into a werewolf so that his blood can be harvested by shape shifters. It reminded me of Trolls 2, with the same kind of non existent acting, yet strong impact. Nilbog sounds worse than Flowerew, anyway, doesn't it?

There is little point in talking about the plot, as there is none. The script itself leaves much to be desired. So why did I feel like I had fun watching it, despite its many flaws? Probably because it was clear that the film did not take itself seriously. There are many ways one can try to sell the idea of a werewolf cop other than a hairy beast dressed in police uniform and driving a pimped police cruiser with a big W on it. The gore itself, even if a lot, looks more like "Woo hoo, we did gore in our film and it looks kind of real!". Instead of scary, it makes you root for the success of the movie.

Bottom line: really B, in all respects, and probably enjoyable to a select few. However, I am among this shape shifting elite, running the world from the shadows and liking stuff like this :)

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