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Wild Country back to product details

Rock-a-bye, werewolf, out on the moor...
written by talltale December 26, 2008 - 12:58 PM PST
1 out of 1 members found this review helpful
...when the moon rises, your audience will snore.

Brevity is in this short Scot film's favor (72 minutes, yes!) but not much else is. The first half is filled with quick cuts and the like, so that we can't/won't see the "creature." Once we do, he looks more like a large, heavily made-up dog (rather rubbery, too) than anything very scary or monster-like. The script ain't much, but the performances are the best possible, considering. Rating it a five, under these circumstances, seems to me pretty generous. Oh, yes -- and the baby thing is WAY too much. But if you need a heavy-duty symbol just crying out for plot twists, I guess it'll have to do.


(Average 4.00)
4 Votes
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