Female Werewolf


Action / Horror

IMDb Rating 2.4 10 90


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Reviewed by Michael Ledo 1 / 10


A woman imagines (?) she is having sex with other women and then kills them with her fangs...like a vampire? This is an artsy film because it opens with classical music, uses a lot of colored filters, and we see plenty of film of a drain (sink and tub/shower). At twenty-eights minutes into the film we have the spoken words, "hello" to answer the phone, but other than that everyone is mute.

Guide: No swearing or nudity. One scene of pretend female oral sex. I would think this would have a very small niche.

Reviewed by trashgang 2 / 10

nothing to see and boring

Just came across this flick by seeing the advertisement poster which looked old school exploitation. Perfect example how people can be tricked by posters.

Clocking in just over an hour even then it's way too long. We follow a girl who thinks she's going to become a werewolf and falls for her female colleague. So far for the story.

The flick itself is extremely slow. It should have horror elements as it is being sold as a horror but it hasn't any. On part of the lesbian thing going on there are parts were in slo-mo you see both girls having oral sex but with their clothes on.

There aren't any real effects, just the teeth which reminded me more of a vampire in stead of a werewolf. It tries to be mysterious and erotic but fails completely. For example why go to a fridge at your own place if you know it's empty...it's towards the end that the transformation takes place into a werewolf but cheaply done and too much slo-mo

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 0/5 Story 0,5/5 Comedy 0/5

Reviewed by Nigel P 9 / 10

Tries Something Different But It Just Doesn't Work

Described by Chris Alexander as a 'fetish film', 'Female Werewolf' certainly injects new levels of salaciousness into this story of a woman who suspects she maybe some kind of werewolf. By the film's close, we're still not sure whether she is crazy, whether her perceived lycanthropy is her way of pigeonholing her lesbianism or whether, as a typically murky (but impressive) transformation into a briefly glimpsed beast might attest, she is actually given to sprouting fangs and fur. Tangibly, in the 'real world', when she inspects her appearance in the bathroom of her sparsely furnished flat, the searched-for protruding teeth are nowhere to be found.

Whether it is in her mind or not, whether the murder of sexy office girl Cheryl Singleton and her subsequent wraith-like reappearances are real, or just part of Carrie Gemmell's secluded world doesn't actually seem terribly important. What we have here is a continuation of Chris Alexander's 'vision' for film-making – a Rollin-esque lack of regard for closure, or a hugely tangible story-line that scans like an hallucinogen or a dream. This may be his third full length feature, and we may have become more familiar with his doom-laden atmospherics, lack of dialogue and mesmerising attention to detail, but he still deliberately obfuscates for the sake of soaking his projects in a minimalist other-worldliness. Here – as always – we see signs of life: a roadway bustling, a snow-flecked POV shot from inside a car, Gemmell's sparse office job – but it is all held defiantly at arm's length. The true reality is in the enclosed isolationist's world of half seen monsters, cold eroticism and blood – lots of blood.

I really want there to be more films from Chris Alexander. 'Female Werewolf' may echo a few moments from his earlier 'Blood for Irina (2012)' (starring Shauna Henry, only glimpsed here) but he clearly has plenty more stories to tell.

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