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WolfcopWhen a batch of strange cases happened was when Lou Garou - a police who was addicted to alcohol - realized that he brought in his body the bloodline of wolf. Thanks to the help of his friends and his special powers, he began investigating different cases.
Actors of "Wolfcop"
Directors of "Wolfcop"Lowell DeanBirthdate: 17 January 1979
Creators of "Wolfcop"Lowell DeanBirthdate: 17 January 1979
Critic Reviews of "Wolfcop"Time OutAugust 19, 2014
So sweetly confident that it just about gets away with its entirely casual approach to believability.Time OutAugust 19, 2014
WolfCop isn't going to win any awards for originality or good taste, but for a Friday night flick this ticks all the right boxes.Toronto StarJune 12, 2014
Dean has set himself a very difficult task, blending the genres of horror and comedy in a satisfying way. One can admire the fellow's ambition while deploring the actual result.TheHorrorShowAugust 23, 2015
Feels like a 1988 New World Pictures production that somehow got locked in a vault and forgotten for 25 years.We Got This CoveredMarch 30, 2015
This is another funky midnight movie that probably shouldn't work, but thanks to Lowell Dean's commitment to horror punnery, WolfCop is a perfect cult classic full of bloody transformations, throat-rips, and werewolf law enforcers.TheBluFile.comMarch 09, 2015
Aims for laughs but mostly earns raised eyebrows and knowing smirks instead.Cinema CrazedOctober 30, 2014
Fantastic cult fodder worthy of a loyal fan base...The SkinnyOctober 24, 2014
It's a bit A-Team, a bit Steven Seagal, kinda MacGyver, and a whole lot of fun.Grolsch Film WorksAugust 30, 2014
a gloriously lowbrow shaggy dog tale that puts its own spin on the werewolf mythos, makes a hero of a conventional monster, and has enough genre-savvy gags and goofs to get any well lubricated audience howling with laughter.The Ooh TrayAugust 30, 2014
The lack of consistency proves the rule that if you want to make a great comedy, you have to get serious.Total FilmAugust 22, 2014
Anyone expecting The Howling or An American Werewolf In London will be disappointed, but stick it on afterwards and you'll definitely stay awake till the end.GuardianAugust 21, 2014
It's enough of a gory hoot with its redneck milieu and old-school, in-camera special effects to anchor a fun, chemically assisted night out.
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