An American Werewolf in London (DVD, 1997)
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- msch5609Feb 17, 2016by
Is what I wanted I love it
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- undersmokeNov 15, 2006by
Dated, But Influential
I remember watching this movie when I was a kid and getting the BeJesus scared out of me. Today, it's not nearly as scary. The werewolf looks kind of fake compared to creatures nowadays. It's a little dated, but it is still a decent movie. Even though the werewolf looks kind of like an overgrown sewer rat, the transformation from man to werewolf is classic. Micheal Jackson pretty much ripped off the transformation in his video 'Thriller'. Nearly identical. Good story though, average to slightly above average acting, and good special effects make this a pretty good horror movie. The last 15 minutes are the best part of the movie. It still gets my heart going a little bit, just not as much as when I was a kid.
- collectorcarcen...Jul 11, 2006by
Dated effects, But stil a classic Funny / Horror Film
Modern horror film fans, brought up on CGI will blanch at some of the dated special effects, but this is still a great example of tongue in cheek horror.
John Landis does a great job of taking the horrible and making you laugh at it even if you don't think you should. David Naughton of "Dr. Pepper" fame is a solid lead, and Griffin Dunne is hilarious as his decomposing undead friend.
Too scary for the kids, but late teens to adults will love this Rolicking horror romp
- babyformula2008Apr 07, 2009by
THIS WAS A GREAT MOVIE BECAUSE IT WAS MADE IN ENGLAND AND ENGLISH ACTORS. AND ACRESS. THEY HAVE THE MOST SEXY VOICES AND PREFORM THE BEST. GREAT HORROR AND GREAT SHOWER SCREENS.
- samayoDec 30, 2009by
What can I say?... A classic in this genre...Never get tired of watching...wonderful with up-conversion DVD player.