Enjoy a bloody and not so bloody ‘Wolves’ in these red and green band trailers


Two new trailers have been released for David Hayter’s upcoming horror, Wolves, and the trailers cater for all tastes. We have a red band trailer for those looking for sex and violence aplenty, and then there’s the green band trailer for those who may be at work, or those who can’t take a little but of the nasty stuff.

So whatever your preference, you will find the trailers embedded below.

David Hayter makes his directorial debut with the film after writing scripts for films like Watchmen and X-Men: First Class, and he has put together an awesome cast of Jason Momoa, Stephen McHattie and Lucas Till. Hayter also wrote the horror thriller. Copperheart Entertainment’s Steve Hoban produced with makeup effects by Oscar-winning creature designers Dave Elsey and Lou Elsey.


Cayden Richards (Till), 18, has it all: captain of the high school football team, straight-A student, gorgeous girlfriend. But when he wakes one dark night to find his parents brutally murdered, he is horrified to realize that he is turning into an animal… a wild, savage wolf.

Panicked, Cayden runs, determined to find out what is happening to him. His quest leads him to the strange, isolated town of Lupine Ridge, where two clans of wolves are on the brink of war. The opposing clans are lead by Connor, the powerful, pure-blood alpha of a savage pack (Momoa), and John Tollerman (McHattie), an old farmer, committed to protecting the human citizens of Lupine Ridge.

But when Cayden falls for Angelina (Patterson), the beautiful, young mate promised to Connor, a battle to the death is inevitable. And as the past begins to reveal itself, Cayden’s place in the world becomes clearer, as does his power to put an end to the savage violence building up around and within him.




About Matt Wavish 9999 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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