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Featherweight "horror" comedy set in a coastal English town in which young Jamie Ed Speleers) starts an awkward relationship with a visiting American girl (Jessica Szohr) just as a werewolf begins to stalk the virgins of the town. Care to guess if Jamie falls into that particular category? Speleers makes a mostly likable lead and Szohr is okay as the mysterious love interest, but their cause is let down by a mostly obnoxious supporting cast and a lack of both suspense or laughs. Worst still is just how tame it all is, with little blood to be seen and a werewolf that looks more goofy than frightening. Director Andy De Emmony tries to add a subversive ending, but even that is unearned and falls flat. Mediocre to the extreme.
Bit of a non eventful film to be fair. Nothing happens for say 80 minutes of the films 90 minute run time and when some action does happen its over within 3 minutes. The identity of the werewolf was a bit of a surprise but I didnt much care as that person was a douche. The ending did make me giggle a little but its far too infantile to raise any proper laughs.
It's official, and I've seen a lot of movies, finally found the worse movie ever, acting terrible, plot NOT, not even a good soundtrack, but the American actress was very beautiful maybe modelling not acting maybe a better job alternative.
I'm probably being generous with my review, but this was just plain silly. What the heck was going on with Timothy Spall? Where did they find the rest of the cast? Who wrote this script? Who directed it? It did make me chuckle in places though, hence the high score!
Love Bite is a horror comedy film about teens avoiding the werewolf who goes after virgins! The film is very predictable and the storyline ending is given away long before the ending of the film. The film keeps you watching it only thinking it may progress further, but fails to do so, making you regret watching it as soon as it finishes.