3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A likeable subtitled Spanish comedy-horror,
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
This review is from: Attack of the Werewolves (DVD) (DVD)
This is a low budget pleasant time-passer in which the humour comes out of the characters rather than being forced, which is always a good thing. To save money, rather than film the prologue which sets the scene, we get an illustrated one which resembles racy comic book art and is quite effective.
Once that's over, the film itself is set in and around an isolated and cursed Spanish village. Removing the curse (a wolfman) depends on our hero getting eaten on a specific day by the wolfman and if he isn't a worse curse descends on the village. Needless to say, this happens and the English title sort of gives away any surprise as to its nature. The gore is moderate and often undercut by humour. The monster is quite good and accurately depicted on the 3-D cover and a very effective 3-D cover at that.
Approach it with moderate expectations and a couple of beers and you'll have a reasonably good time.