The Wolfman (15)

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Reviewer ihussain
25/02/2010
I enjoyed it - beautifully shot, very Gothic, surprisingly gory, and I didn't find it slow at all - the visuals and the atmosphere were necessary to counteract the action sequences. Recommended.
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Reviewer rabblesthecat
11/02/2010
The original reviewer obviously went to a different film or did not actually attend the film at all.

The film is dull, slow, with flashed of blood-thirsty action. The were-wolf scenes at the beginning are totally different from those at the end where it looks like a man with hair stuck on wearing a large coat whilst walking in the woods - don't waste your money and time with this film, even the sleepy village looks like a poor drawing on a backdrop
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Reviewer john hadlow
10/02/2010
A five star romp with a hairy guy!
Channeling the sprit of the old Universal monster mashes,this film grabe even the casual viewer by the throat and rips away at the jugular!
A sterling performance by all concered,Del T manages to give sympathy and horror to one of cinemas most underated characters,Larry talbot.
If anything is wrong with this film ,its that its not 20 mins longer!
go see,enjoy and go see again!
john hadlow BBC Radio south west
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