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Wolf Town (2011)

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6/10: Really unimpressive creature feature
Thursday, June 25, 2015

Hoping to use a spur-of-the-moment camping trip to win his dream-girl, a couple of friends tag along and stumble upon an abandoned mining town that serves as the home to a pack of vicious, killer wolves, forcing them to fight off the creatures to get away alive.This was a somewhat decent effort here that does have some rather enjoyable aspects. One of the few good parts to this one is the creepy ghost-town setting in here that gives this one some great elements due to that as the film gets quite a lot of work with the setting of the film. There's some good use of the familiar image here with the long dirt roads, dusty trails and wooden storefronts that evokes so many classic westerns which makes for the great reversal being in such territory while giving this one some rather nicely-designed setting here. There's a lot of time on...

1/10: Never cry Wolf Town
Saturday, July 23, 2011

Okay, recession hit everyone hard. So I'm not gonna blame the makers of "Wolf Town" for charging me 8 € for a movie that was produced for half that money. I can get past the fact that the entire "Wolf Town" was populated by a meager three wolves who kill by gnawing at life-sized dolls. Neither shall I complain that the special effects look like they were shoplifted from the local funstore (check out the red blubber that was plopped on Rob to pass for intestines). I'm not even gonna rant about the fact that they couldn't even be bothered to remove the wreckage of modern tractors from the scenery of a "ghost town from the 1800's". All those things require money, and it's blatantly clear that this cheap flick was made on a shoe-string budget.But there can be no excuse whatsoever for the extremely bland and dumb story. Creativity and imagination...

2/10: Not good
Monday, September 23, 2013

I agree with portions of some other reviewers. The attack scenes are really poorly done and so is the camera work. The acting is decent since the writing is poor. A frontier town from the late 1800's but it had a tractor? Levi Fiehler plays a super wuss named Kyle. He not only acts it well but looks the part too. Man I tell you if these wolves really existed they would need to be found because they are super geniuses. They know to rip out a chunk of ignition wiring so not only won't the car start but there is not enough wire left to splice them together. They also steal bags from vehicles thereby taking any supplies that might help the humans survive. There are hardly any verified wolf attacks on humans yet these wolves ancestors (unless they are immortal) wiped out a town of 150 settlers armed with lever action rifles. I don't think...

4/10: YAAAAAAWN!!!! We've seen it all before
Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Well as we get more advanced in CGI and other effects one would think that films would get better and more so typical predictable American films, Here we have Yet again a group of young adults find themselves looking for gold in an old American town they are all more or less models again as is the norm in American films?? no one seems to be ugly these days?, there is a mine there and they discover an old book from the residents that lived there many years ago, The town is deserted and this book explains why, i wont spoil the plot but its weak and as normal the people in the movie (x3 men x1 woman) all have to fight for their lives, there is NO special affects hardly any gore the plot is weak and its the kinda films where the girl is the spice of the film the men all want her and are been flirtatious...

2/10: There's wolves in them thar hills
Thursday, March 26, 2015

During the gold rush, the prospecting town of Paradise is attacked by a pack of wolves, the animals wiping out all of the inhabitants, who are unable to save themselves despite being armed to the teeth with rifles and dynamite. Cut to the present day, and a group of college friends travel to the ghost town as part of a history project; lo and behold, the wolves still run the place, and are mightily upset by the intrusion.Yes, Wolf Town really is as dreadful as it sounds: its hairy killers are not only able to dodge bullets and avoid detection for a century and a half, but they also have enough intelligence to sabotage a car by ripping out its wiring and steal their victim's provisions. Clever wolfies! Meanwhile, the youngsters who stray onto the wolfs' territory display next to no common sense (they're certainly less switched on than the wolves), failing to adequately arm themselves against...

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