Don’t Cry For Werewolves
If you live in the village of Deddington, either you’re a werewolf or about to be chewed out by one. Such is the framework for Crying Wolf, a British werewolf movie finally (after several years) releasing December 12, 2015, just in time for Christmas. Nothing says happy holidays like having your neck bit off.
So here’s the problem in Deddington: “For centuries a pack of werewolves have resided in the sleepy town. But when local girl Charlotte meets a particularly gruesome death, the village is descended upon by reporters, crazy detectives and lunatic hunters desperate to get their story, solve the crime and kill the beasts. But these wolves are smart…very smart.”
Try your hardest not to confuse Crying Wolf with the 2011 documentary of the same name. That one’s about reintroducing wolves to Yellowstone National Park, where they go around biting tourists’ necks off.
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