Wolf is a movie that begins as a behind the scenes thriller involving the takeover of a publishing house and ends with an epic werewolf battle between three fantastic actors. Obviously everything is more nuanced than that, but by taking us out of the world of realism and launching us in to a world where wolfmen exist, the viewer is allowed to appreciate everything the movie presents. The publishing setting makes sense when you realize the movie’s co-screenwriter was renowned poet and author Jim Harrison. A true example of writing what you know and running with it, Wolf grounds itself only to unleash it’s bestial intent at its climax. A great movie and a great way to end our 31 Days of Horror.
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