Red: Werewolf Hunter Reviews
Felicia day is cute, but I think I prefer her in her own series The Guild instead of this half-assed action-y story.
The huntress has fantastic aim and werewolves despite their obvious abilities are incapable of subduing one woman.
The actress emotes well but we're not connected to her, the family, or their crisis. This is about as watchable as an hour of commercials.
It's modern day Little Red Riding Hood, and she's here to kick ass. Back from the FBI academy, Virginia brings her boyfriend Nathan to her generation from generation home to meet her family, and to reveal to him her dark secret. Virginia's family has hunted werewolves for generations. She finds her commitment to this tradition not only her duty, but her thrill. But the glamour of hunting werewolves isn't all that great when leader of the werewolves, Gabriel, plans to create a werewolf army, but Nathan himself is bitten and turning. There's a way to reverse the curse, but can Virginia do it in time? Sounds awesome, but is pretty cliche and cheesy with some bad writing and bad acting. Very melodramatic moments occure that try to add more to the quality, but doesn't quite cut it as character developement. But it has it's moments. And the ending was pretty good, I'll give it that.
It's a TV movie. What more can I say? You're bound to see some not so good executed directing, very low production on the cinematography, sets, shooting locations, stunts, lighting, everything. And definitely expect to see some bad animation. It's not camp value, it's just a low budget with independent filmmaking. But just keep that in mind that it's not entirely the crews fault, so you have to at least give them a thumbs up for trying.
Even with an extremely low budget, this movie's story could have had more to work with. But you can't have it all. It's a made for TV movie, don't expect anything good. Watch it if your a fan of Felicia Day.