Despite the review above, don't be put off by this film, it's one of the better werewolf films that I've seen from Hollywood in a long time.
The story is about a young disabled boy, who is convinced a spate of massacres are being performed by a werewolf, unfortunately no-one in town believes him, forcing him to try and unmask the creature's identity himself.
The story is from the pen of Steven King, and although a few of his projects have been disasters on film, this one (in which he wrote the screenplay) is one of the better ones.
Of course there are problems with the film, the director wisely held back the full sight of the werewolf until the last 5 minutes, where the low budget unfortunately shines through.
But this is a minor fault in a quality film (rather like the excellent Dog Soldiers.)
It's 80's, and low-budget, but if you enjoyed Dog Soldiers, you couldn't fail to enjoy this.)