Horror fans love werewolf movies, and while over the years there have been plenty of disappointments, you can’t really go wrong with the werewolf genre, and a new one is on its way which looks delightfully vicious.
Autumn Moon is directed by Randy Fabert, and the director promises “the most violent werewolf movie ever made”. However, the film is not quite finished, and the makers are looking for help from fans to raise the much needed cash to get it completed. A Kickstarer campaign has been set up to allow fans, if they wish, to donate so that the film can be finished.
To help fans make their minds up whether they want to see more, the director has unleashed the opening scene, and you can view it below. I am sure you’ll agree that the film does indeed look extremely violent, and a lot of fun. The scene comes with an introduction from the director, plus a superb chat with Bill Oberst Jr, one of the films stars.
As a bonus for old school horror fans, Fabert has promised practical effects all the way in Autumn Moon!
The cast includes: Bill Oberst Jr.(Children of Sorrow, Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies), Lynn Lowry (Shivers, Cat People), Camden Toy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2), Timothy Waldrip (Kiss of the Vampire, 21 Jump Street), Joe Kidd (That’s What She Said), Michael Peake (Only Human), Nathaniel Grauwelman (Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies), Iabou Windimere (Psycho Killer, Sidney), Jocelyn Tanis (The Medal), Larry Combs, Gerri Sutyak (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Sonny Burnette (Zombies R Friends), Richard Aughpin (Dragoon, Sidney), and Randy Fabert (Psycho Killer).
Per the Kickstarter campaign:
Werewolf movies have always been among Randy’s favorite, but sadly they have been getting too watered down and the use of CGI has been too much, so that the werewolf which should be the most important aspect of the film is lost in some badly executed computer effect. Werewolf films like “An American Werewolf in London” or “The Howling” had no CGI and they were better films because of this.
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