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Skinwalkers (2007)

Cast: Jason Behr, Jason Behr, Elias Koteas, more...
Director: James Isaac, James Isaac, Pierre Henry
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Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Foreign, Horror, Germany, Werewolves
Running Time: 110 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish
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Synopsis
His 13th birthday fast drawing near, an unsuspecting young boy on the verge of a remarkable transformation remains completely unaware that an ancient prophecy is set to be fulfilled with the rising of the red moon. To most folks, 12-year-old Timmy (Matthew Knight) would seem an average adolescent with a bright future on the horizon. In the tiny town of Huguenot, however, nothing is as it seems. As Timmy's health rapidly begins to take a turn for the worse, his concerned mother, Rachel (Rhona Mitra), does her best to care for the ailing young boy. Though his mother may not have a clue as to what fate is about to befall her frightened child, a group of specially appointed guardians who have been watching over Timmy since birth know the truth about the events that are beginning to unfold. Timmy is a half-blood, and when the red moon is full, the creature who once appeared to be a normal boy will finally gain the power to take control of his family's destiny. But until that fateful night, Timmy's life will be in constant danger by the renegade faction of lycanthropes who are willing to kill in order to maintain their vicious way of life. It won't be long until the red moon rises, but until that prophesied moment, the forces of light and the forces of darkness will clash in the ultimate battle for true supremacy. Jason X director James Isaac takes the helm for a frightening tale of fate and fantasy co-starring Elias Koteas, Jason Behr, and Kim Coates. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Dumb Walkers by shizz April 28, 2008 - 2:28 AM PDT
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Werewolf movies these days are not at all frequent, and what little are offered don't fare to well or just are not as entertaining as you would think [besides 'Dog Soldiers', 'The Howling', the 'Underworld' entries, most don't fare with me. This one is grabbed my attention and held it - for the majority of the first two thirds. It was suspenseful and very atmospheric - those were some of it's good points. When it seemed like the entire town was down to protect the boy and pulled out their steel, I was like, YEAH! Nana held her own. But then it degraded to 'Oh, my husband this', 'Oh my husband that' and 'His father this and his father that' [those who see the movie know what I'm referring to]. A situation in the ending I gave some props to [pertaining to the evolution of a character], but overall the ending was like 'Oh, come on, now. Please.' It brought the movie down. I actually gave it one star less because BOTH ethnic characters were killed off in the SAME SCENE.




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