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Wolf Wolff

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Wolf Wolff is typically involved in all aspects of film production, though his efforts have not always been met with success. Well versed in directing, the German filmmaker also produces, writes, and edits many of his films. The jack-of-all-trades started his career in 2005 with "Con Game," a low-budget sci-fi film about a drug dealer named Snowy D. White; the movie was not well received by critics, who condemned the elaborate plot for being too brutal. Wolff then made "Ludgers Fall," an action comedy about four teens who stage their own kidnapping in hopes of making a profit, which he again directed, produced, and wrote. The film was a box-office disaster. But it was his third film--the undead horror flick "Virus Undead"--that earned him international attention. While it received many negative reviews, it reached a much wider audience than his first two attempts at low-budget filmmaking, partially because of its imaginative linking of avian flu to zombies. Wolff's next film was 2010's "Caribbean Cold," a thriller about a small-town police officer. Like Wolff's other movies, it tells the story of a man down on his luck.

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No Score Yet 11% Virus Undead Director - 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet Daddy Wanted for Christmas Original Music - 2003