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Double bill of 1980s fantasy teen comedies. 'Teen Wolf' (1985) stars Michael J Fox as Scott Howard, a small-town high school nerd who can't get his dream girl to take any notice of him, and is a loser on the basketball court. But when he discovers that he comes from a family of werewolves, and begins to get increasingly hairy, his luck seems to take a turn for the better: suddenly he is a basketball ace and everyone is interested in him - even his dream girl. After a while, however, Scott starts to wish things could just get back to normal... In the sequel, 'Teen Wolf Too' (1987), Jason Bateman plays Todd Howard, the cousin of the original Teen Wolf. After he finds out that he has the same genes and therefore the same lycanthropic tendencies as his relative, he uses them to charm his schoolmates, before reaching an existential crisis: do his friends love him for his personality - or his hairy body?
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Michael J Fox is Scott Howard an average high school kid, playing for his hopeless school basketball team and yearning for the hottest girl in school.Things however are about to change. Unbeknown to Scott his family tree has a slight issue, they are werewolves. Often skipping a generation or two, it arrives with full force much to Scott's dismay.
While being guided by his father (good turn by James Hampton) about the advantages and dangers of being the Wolf he starts to become the star of the school, turning around the basketball team's fortunes and becoming a hit with the ladies. However with great power comes great responsibility which Scott starts to learn with his new found fame as his friendships start to turn sour.
Bluray is a nice update on the DVD version with good video and an okay DTS mono soundtrack, it's likely to be the best it will ever be. No etras other than a trailer for the film.
The film, like many of the 80's, was not produced with the expectation that it would become a smash or cult hit but regardless this bluray is still a nice release.
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The video is a big step-up from the DVD, however if you already own the DVD you may want to reconsider, unless you're a completist like me.
The audio is DTS-HD MA, which presents the movie in its original mono at the best quality possible (spoiler, it's not that good).
Extras STILL only contain a theatrical trailer (as well a preview of the MTV series, interesting only because it stars a different guy as Mr. Argent).
It's so cringy and painful to watch lol
Apart from the beach boys music-there's nothing good about this movie lol better left in The past!
You've all seen it on the TV, it's still good fun and highly watchable.
The sequal I'd not watched before. Old sequals don't have a great track record, so never bothered with it. Which was a shame, because it turned out to also be a very easy to like movie.
A great little bit of nostalgia that lives up to the memory.
Worth it if the weather is dull and damp and you want a laughable film to watch in afternoon