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I May Destroy You
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This is an exceptionally well made for TV movie that has your standard werewolf movie stuff,but yet its a strange kind of duck,with a surprise twist--'Scream of the Wolf' is one of the more fascinating stories from the 70s!!
The story to this movie was really good and the grindhouse style made it real enjoyable for me.
A surprisingly relatively decent werewolf movie. Probably better than it should be, considering it was a TV movie.
Dan Curtis of "Dark Shadows" fame need I say more?
Now this is how I remember Drive In movies to be. Peter Graves played the part of a wimp, far cry from MI. Still wainting for the werewolf. Its in my collection. I enjoyed it. Neat seeing the cars from 1974 throughout the film.
Monster movie with no monster. False advertisement. I want my $1 back.
a great horror movie
This one is alright.
interesting, creepy, stupid really....