WolfCop (2014) - Comedy, Horror

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As a series of strange and violent events begin to occur, an alcoholic policeman realizes that he has been turned into a werewolf as part of a larger plan.

IMDB: 5.5
Director: Lowell Dean
Stars: Leo Fafard, Amy Matysio
Length: 79 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 5 out of 52 found boring (9.61%)

One-line Reviews (30)

It's a shame that you have to go through a mess of story nobody really cares about in order to get to the campy Wolf cop part, which is worth the watch for the giggles.

This is a boring, low-budget werewolf cop film.

It's also a bit too slow paced and there's an infuriatingly long, drawn out and boring sex scene (that is not graphic at all so not sure why they bothered to add it in or make it so long).

Surely it would be everything a modern B-movie should be: funny, gory, entertaining, silly.

Bottom line: really B, in all respects, and probably enjoyable to a select few.

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

you must give wolf cop a chance at first it seems a bit oh another drunk cop film but it soon departs from the norm and the whole story comes together to make sense of the utter madness that is wolfcop So to sum up funny wolfcop film with lots of unexpected thing happening throughout the film can't wait for wolfcop 2

Dean tries his best to blend horror and comedy, a lot of the jokes fall flat, but there is just enough in there to make it entertaining.

Firstly I am a fan of creature features and secondly I enjoy films that are fast paced and this film was pretty fast paced in my opinion.

The days when the story no matter how wacky was taken with a pinch of salt, was engaging and the production values felt high.

For what it was, however, Wolf Cop was enjoyable and worthwhile.

Wolfman for example was a waste of money and the audiences time.

I seriously wanted to switch this off, go on YouTube and watch paint dry instead.

I enjoyed it and did have a few laughs here and there.

If an entertaining movie (WolfCop) costs €700.000 and a more highbrow movie (When Animals Dream) costs €2.5 million, isn't that enough?

Which also makes it one hell of an entertaining film.

I only want to point out the ridiculous waste of money when it comes to some movies.

I thought the ending was over the top and exciting.

I went to see this movie with little or no expectations (i got a free ticket from a friend) and walked out so glad that i went!

I enjoyed it but there were times when the pace of the film dragged a little and I was waiting for something fun to happen, saying that though, when it was fun it was really fun.

I really enjoyed this film I found it funny and entertaining.

An unexpected gem .

Also a great twist that keeps the end exciting.

Such is the "genius" comedic writing of this film, which strives to be funny and action packed.

The storyline is too serious and dull.

The ending went in an unexpected direction, with a Grimm fairytale sex scene, a whole lot of oddness and a good old fashioned gunfight (and wolf bite) ending.

Silly and proud of it, "Wolfcop" may not appeal to all tastes, but it was engaging, amusing, and lively, and was impossible for this viewer to dislike.

Actually thought that this one could be entertaining .

This starts out slow, stays glacial and ends on a corny note.

Lowell Dean has crafted a highly entertaining mix of 80s pop culture, grindhouse horror, and comedy with 'Wolfcop'.