I’m not 100% sure just how much longer zombies can be the driving force behind modern horror’s popularity. Don’t get me wrong, I love flicks with rotting corpses somehow managing to outsmart people whom are fully in control of all of their functions, but a break from this may be a good thing. That break needs to come in the form of werewolves and comedy.
I don’t mean unintentional comedic werewolves either, like those found in Twilight. I mean proper, growling, menacing beats who are made from practical effects and lots of stringy hair. That’s what we’re getting in Pablo Raybould’s The Snarling. British wit meets The Howling, and is then marked by An American Werewolf in London. Don’t @ me!
The Snarling stars Laurence Saunders, Chris Simmons, and Ben Manning; the horror-comedy flick is set to release its beastliness on us Americans come November.