A HUNDRED UNSEEN HORRORS #60
"Wolves don't kill people!"
"People kill people!"
Atmospheric on a few levels, this film proceeds like a 70s TV detective procedural but thanks to the wonky special effects, style and horror elements, it feels more like a cinema experience. It has a futuristic tingle, but also surreal ties to the past.
That peripheral wavelength (ultraviolet, infrared) filter, which we saw later on in PREDATOR, is a great vantage point. Of course it's later brought to our attention that this is the wavelength range at which wolves would see the world.
This is probably the most intelligent werewolf movie I have seen - one where the wolves get to be wild and unknown terrors, and we…