Werewolves are one of those classic creatures that every now and then is nice to have back on our screens. A must-love for some, but a second-class monster for others, it is true that they have the handicap of only being able to attack the days of a full moon, being a pain in the ass only once a month, like paying your rent or menstruation. Still, in the last years, we’ve had some kind of a werewolves revival with interesting titles like WolfCop (2017), Slice (2018), The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020), and I Am Lisa (2020).
A Werewolf in England (2020) is set in Victorian-era England and centers on a Parish Councillor and criminal take refuge from a storm, at a remote countryside Inn. Forced to stay the night, they soon uncover a deadly pact between the strange Innkeepers and the flesh-hungry werewolves that inhabit the surrounding woodlands. Now, as the werewolves close in, the guests must band together and fight tooth and nail to survive the night.
The movie has been written and directed by Charlie Steeds, a prolific B-movie low-budget horror filmmaker responsible for titles like Deadman Apocalypse (2016), Escape from Cannibal Farm (2017), The Barge People (2018), The House of Violent Desire (2018), Winterskin (2018), An English Haunting (2020), and Vampire Virus (2020). Reece Connolly, Tim Cartwright, Natalie Martins, Mark McKirdy, Jéssica Alonso, Emma Spurgin Hussey, Barrington De La Roche, Rory Wilton, and Derek Nelson as the Werewolf for the main cast.
Produced by Dark Temple Motion Pictures, A Werewolf in England (2020) is a 100% practical effects filmed in a vast set of a two-floor gothic Victorian Inn, on location in Cornwall, UK. The movie was released on September 28, 2020. Here you can watch its trailer.
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