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Plot: It's not unusual for alcoholic cop Lou to black out and wake up in unfamiliar surroundings, but lately things have taken a turn for the strange...and hairy. WolfCop is the story of one cop's quest to become a better man. One transformation at a time. Written by Anonymous Runtime: 79 min Release Date: 06 Jun 2014
From the opening growl to its closing grunt, this film is a masterpiece to end all masterpieces regarding movies concerning alcoholic lyncanthropes. WolfSPOLIERS!We establish ASA-Freaking-P that the hero is a drunk. He wakes up with a naked chick, something all of us alcoholics far too often do it's the price we pay fellas , and finds a half full beer from the night before on a table. He drains it! Hell yes. He's a cop! A drunk cop. If you pull the lyncanthropy out of this movie it wouldn't be WolfCop but would instead be DrunkCop. But a better title could be SceneryChewingDrunk. <more>
This guy is a walking talking smelly farting cliché to end all clichés right down to his batman-henchman 5:00 shadow. Anyways who can top the scene where he walks to his car and somehow drops his piece thats "gun" for you hippies and sends it sliding under the car. That was so real that for a moment I thought "did they just cut to real footage of a Detroit Cop from another vehicle's dash cam?" Brilliant.How can you top that? You cannot. WAIT! Hold the phone, you can! As he is driving he has to pull over open the door and vomit on the ground. I had an OscarGasm at this moment. DeNiro, Pacino, Cruise, Yahoo Serious.. SUCK ON IT. You've all been pwned.OK so, he gets to the police station and this is when the drinking I was doing to keep up with him took its tool. I just have little snapshot memories from here on out. #WolfP3nis! #B00bies! #RippedOffFaceUsedAsHilariousMask! #LotsOfDrinking. #ReptileAliens! #PeeingBlood! It was a hashbash of hashtaggary-worthy moments.I found that once this movie ended, I learned a few valuable lessons about life in a lyncanthropic town.1. Don't let hot women buy you 4-6 shots at a time, unless you know their motives.2. A Mohawk-light on your tricked out cop car would be awesome!3. Don't try to match a movie cliché character drink for drink4. Don't become a werewolf! Your wolfc0ck is the first to change! Also, that would make a great death metal band. W0lfc0ck! Or is it already?5. "Boober" is flat out the BEST name for a p0rn magazine ever. This needs to exist in real life6. I would totally do shots but not 6 or more in a row bought by a tricky woman in a bar called "the Tooth and Nail."7. The sequel title has the same font as Wolfen II so this means I am in. It's a lock fellas! Or was it Howling II? Either way, I'm in.It's on NETFLIX. Fire this one up and check it out, it's WolfTastic. It contains many Wolfnannigans.
By far the most fun I have had watching a film for years I can't recommend this film enough.if you want a dark scary werewolf film this is not for you,if you a want film full crazy wolfcop madness you must watch it and you will love it.this film is best watched in a group as the laughter adds to the atmosphere and you will laugh.you must give wolf cop a chance at first it seems a bit oh another drunk cop film but it soon departs from the norm and the whole story comes together to make sense of the utter madness that is wolfcop So to sum up funny wolfcop film with lots of unexpected thing <more>
happening throughout the film can't wait for wolfcop 2
Plot points that some might consider spoilers.Lou Leo Fafard is a substandard cop who likes a bracer before, during, and after work. He loves the new liquor donuts store in his quiet Woodhaven town. A murder has cancelled the local "Drink and Shoot" event, and Lou has been turned into a werewolf by a local group of shapeshifters.When the DVD cover looks like "Teen Wolf" one expects a good deal of cheese and tongue-in-cheek remarks. In that aspect, this film didn't disappoint. I loved the dialogue, background posters, radio broadcast, and biting remarks. The writers <more>
spent some time on the film and saved money by getting a local Canadian band "Shooting Guns" to do the soundtrack.Fun horror film. Well done.Guide: F-bomb, nudity Sarah Lind or body double, Cheryl Mazil Bestiality
A new contender for the top 'B' grade movies of all time! (by shanepankotsch)
I went to see this movie with little or no expectations i got a free ticket from a friend and walked out so glad that i went! I won't go into details other than to say: Gratuitous violence - check! Gratuitous nudity - check! Gratuitous 'suping up the cop car to make it into the 'wolf mobile' - check!!!!! There are too many spoof films out there that just don't work and wreck the genre - this is a true 'B' grade movie with plenty of laugh out loud moments. I'm not going to compare this in any way shape or form to the Evil Dead movies other than to say I almost <more>
like the lead character as much as Bruce Campbell himself, but for totally different reasons unleash the hounds of criticism with that statement!!!!
Funny and gory and soon to be cult classic (by ArchonCinemaReviews)
"The Fuzz!" That's how WolfCop answers the question "Who are you?" and, well, he's not wrong.WolfCop is an independently released and primarily crowd-sourced funded horror/comedy hybrid from our neighbors to the north, Canada.Lou Garou is the sheriff of Woodhaven, a town with a missing pet problem and string of burglaries by a group known as the Piggies. Sheriff Lou isn't the best sheriff a town could hope for, heck, he's got a thirsty appetite so strong one of his favorite snacks is liquor donuts, if you catch my drift. His chief forces to do his job and <more>
go out on a call for once and that's when things get hairy yeah, I said it.Lowell Dean writes the screenplay and directs the fun film based off Bannister Bergen's weird story. WolfCop is not all campy humor and nonsense, though it is definitely aware of its 80's appeal, Dean and Bergen admirably include a whodunnit plot. Do not fret though, they are hyper aware of who their target audience is and do not take themselves seriously – as evidenced by its killer soundtrack.Not short on gore, WolfCop has one of the most memorable initial werewolf transformations on screen to date. Yet, it somehow manages to be equal parts outrageous comedy. Trust me, guys and gals, you are not going to want to miss out.Hopefully WolfCop follows in the footsteps of Ginger Snaps, a fellow werewolf flick it tilts its figurative hat to in the film, and makes it to cult status because it is entertainingly amusing.For more FULL reviews of RECENT release, please go to our website.
WOLFCOP is exactly the kind of movie you always HOPE you'll get when you take a risk on a rental: funny to a degree , with some solid performances especially from the lead , some remarkable makeup fx, and above-average direction. The shedding of the skin alone was an outstanding idea and would've made the movie worth seeing for Genre fans, but add in the gallows humor the female deputy, Tina, for instance, brandishes the face of a dead man like a Halloween mask, taunting our hero; and WolfCop finds himself momentarily DING-A-LING-LESS during one sequence and you've got <more>
something a notch or two above average. Lou's pal, wide-eyed Willie, sums up our hero's lot in life: "You got that low self-esteem, low I.Q., daddy issues; you're an alcoholic, so you gotta have some rage, right? That's a lethal combo, man." I can't wait to see WOLFCOP II.
As a series of strange and violent events start happening, an alcoholic policeman Leo Fafard realizes that he has been turned into a werewolf as part of a larger plan, so he investigates with the help of his partner and his friend.Bloody Disgusting gave WolfCop a positive review and stated, "A perfect storm of creature action, the occult, gore, intrigue, humor, and lycanthropic puns, WolfCop is destined for cult glory." Darn right, Bloody Disgusting. This film is hilarious, gory, and downright clever. This is the sort of thing that deserves a sequel and then another. Heck, it <more>
already ranks better than "Maniac Cop".The film is great just for the puns alone: "the fuzz", "Dirty Hairier" and many others. The folks behind this are geniuses.
Another b-movie! Yet again I found myself watching one of those movies where almost everyone looks aghast, asking themselves: "Why?" And then there's me. 'Cause it's about a cop. That's a wolf. That kills bad guys. Who are shapeshifters. And have a kind of satanic cult. With a soundtrack composed by RidingEasy Records the heavy psych / fuzz label that signed awesome bands like Black Prism, Salem's Pot, Electric Citizen, Albino Python and The Picturebooks and re- released tapes of Saint Vitus, Graveyard, Witchcraft and Orchid . Oh, and it has tons of blood, gore <more>
and splatter. And to top it all off, it has an awesome looking werewolf reminiscent of those in Werewolves on Wheels, not that over-stylized Twilight stuff. I can keep on going. The only question to ask yourself is: "Why not?" This is the sort of movie that's the ultimate kind of entertainment for me. Compared to Hollywood this Canadian movie is low budget, but don't be fooled, the total cost still is around 700.000. However, when you see the trailer of that other, insanely stupid looking, Canadian werewolf movie Wolves which actually will get a theatrical release in Belgium and know that one cost almost 15 million euro's, one can wonder why WolfCop doesn't suffice. To throw in some other numbers: the Danish werewolf art movie When Animals Dream had a budget of around 2.5 million euro's and the latest American blockbuster about werewolves The Wolfman, 2010 cost 123 million euro's. I only want to point out the ridiculous waste of money when it comes to some movies. If an entertaining movie WolfCop costs 700.000 and a more highbrow movie When Animals Dream costs 2.5 million, isn't that enough? Why must entertainment be funded by such capital when it can be made with much less? Such capital prevents true creative freedom, 'cause money is restrictive, not liberating. Above all, it's not that this kind of capital is needed for technical progress, 'cause we're not looking at themes like in Avatar, Gravity or Interstellar. This is horror. Pictures like Wolves and The Wolfman are redundant and therefor waste. We need a wolfcop to prevent this crap from happening in the future!
Wolfcop reviewFor a film with the title WolfCop and that has boobs on display in the first 3 minutes, it became a surprisingly bleak first half. The story of an alcoholic cop, and starring an actor I'd actually seen in a film before Not as the WolfCop itself though , it got me invested in the despair of the run-down crime-ridden town. The first transformation from Lou Garrou into Wolfcop was sudden, effective an phallic, and the film took a shift from grim and dark into some B-movie style awesomeness with bad jokes he's 'the fuzz' , faces being ripped off, and a whole lot of <more>
cleaning up town. The ending went in an unexpected direction, with a Grimm fairytale sex scene, a whole lot of oddness and a good old fashioned gunfight and wolf bite ending. An unforeseen gem of a movie, roll on WolfCop 2. "Lou, your a wolf!" growls "Cop!"