Action / Fantasy / Horror / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten24%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled32%
IMDb Rating5.2109483


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Jason Momoa Photo
Jason Momoa as Connor
Miriam McDonald Photo
Miriam McDonald as Haley
Melanie Scrofano Photo
Melanie Scrofano as Gail Timmins
Lucas Till Photo
Lucas Till as Cayden Richards
1.45 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
P/S 0 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen6 / 10

Lots of howling and growling...

When I stumbled upon "Wolves", I had not heard about it, but I was intrigued by the DVD cover. Why? Well, as a life-long avid fan of horror, of course I do enjoy werewolf movies.

"Wolves" turned out to be fairly generic in terms of werewolves movie go, but it was still entertaining enough for what it turned out to be.

The storyline in "Wolves" was predictable for sure, but still turned out to be entertaining enough.

They had a good cast ensemble, which performed quite well and actually managed to keep the movie from sinking into mediocrity. It was rather interesting to watch Jason Momoa in a movie such as this, and I must admit that he was cast quite well for such a role.

One of the best things about "Wolves" was the great special effects and CGI, because they really added lots of flavor and layers to the movie.

Luckily "Wolves" didn't turn out to be a revamped version of "Twilight" just with werewolves instead of vampires. It was actually rather enjoyable, although I doubt it is a movie that you will return to watch a second time around.

Reviewed by Wuchakk7 / 10

A town of werewolves in the Northeast with Jason Momoa

A popular teenager in the Northeast (Lucas Till) discovers that he's a werewolf and escapes to the road after a tragedy at home. Upon getting a tip from Lemmy (John Pyper-Ferguson),he ends up in Lupine Ridge where he obtains a job at a farm and develops a relationship with a young bar owner (Merritt Patterson),which offends the wolfish town leader (Jason Momoa). Stephen McHattie plays the friendly farmer who takes the boy under his wings.

The creatively titled "Wolves" (2014) is a quality werewolf flick that's reminiscent of the Marvel comic book Werewolf by Night. (Even the werewolves resemble Don Perlin's versions a little). It has elements of The Howling franchise, but with better production values than the sequels, as well as a dash of "Twilight" (2008) and "The Messengers" (2007). (I hate mentioning "Twilight" because it will automatically turn off loads of people, but I mean the good aspects of that infamous movie).

"Wolves" has the right choices for the main cast, enough gore, some decent action, beautiful women, notable songs and exquisite Ontario locations with great nighttime sylvan ambiance. Yes, it's thoroughly comic booky, but it's well made for what it is and delivers the goods. I saw the theatrical version, but I heard the unrated version is a vast improvement with additional exposition.

The film runs 1 hour, 31 minutes and was shot in Ontario in the greater Toronto area.


Reviewed by Leofwine_draca3 / 10

Difficult to take seriously

WOLVES is yet another teen-friendly werewolf flick that throws in a bit of everything in a bid to make something stick, but comes away looking shallow and vapid as a result. Our young loner hero ends up in a town populated by werewolves, but the only conflict comes from random rivalry between the major players. The main character is exceptionally dull and the SFX are a real letdown, ranging from ridiculous werewolf masks that look like something out of TEEN WOLF or WOLFCOP to lame CGI blood. Of the cast, it's only the seasoned professionals like Stephen McHattie and Jason Momoa who can make anything of this. The climax in particular is like something out of a soap opera, and just as difficult to take seriously.

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