The film starts out rather bad, but then grows on you. I liked the idea for the film in spite of the bad execution. Dakota (Renee Porada) wants to leave her pack of werewolves. She has been able to control her changes by injecting herself with some medication she steals from the vet she works for. However, the pack insists she stays with them for some reason, and will kill anyone who comes in their way.
Dakota ends up making friends with Logan (Lanny Poffo) who along with his lackeys fights the werewolves. The film starts out with black and white footage, but then changes to color like the "Wizard of Oz" but this one didn't have any rhyme or reason. The special effects was "rubber mask" bad. The fight scenes ranged from very well done to LOL campy. The man who played Stick, was also the writer and director of this low budget, shot in Erie, Pa., production.
On the plus side was the original soundtrack which had music and lyrics that were appropriate for the scene. Too often low budget films use one song over and over again. Thanks Len. The acting fell into the negative column. The dialouge was hit and miss. They threw stuff at you fast and I didn't know if it was intentional or not. For instance, several of the words spoken by the werewolves were one word dog commands such as "sit" or "stay." Was this meant to be funny or did it just work that way? The name "Stick" fit into a few places, like when they said "WTF Stick." Is Kabasinski a "B" movie cult genius waiting in the wings as the next Peter Jackson, or is he just another Ed Wood impersonator?
Parental Guide: F-bombs, sex, nudity (Pamela Sutch, Katie Russell) full frontal nudity (Darian Caine who has been in several Misty Mundae films)