Wolfcop CinemaThe movie I chose for today’s Cheeseball Cinema entry is an interesting one to say the least and it should develop a cult following if it hasn’t already done so. There are films that are released independently around the world that get enough acclaim that hey become cult classics much like Hobo With A Shotgun did some time ago for fans looking for classic 80’s style vigilante films that were once popular. Now, comes a new film that could possibly do exactly the same as Hobo did and it’s called Wolfcop. Leo Fafard (The Unsaid) plays Lou Garou, a cop that is so jaded that he has become an alcoholic and he just doesn’t care about his job. Little does Lou realize that he is about to be entangled in something he never saw coming in his wildest dreams when during a satanic ritual, he gets turned into a werewolf vigilante that is about to clean up all the crap in his town that has run a muck.  The film also stars Amy Matysio (Just Friends) as Tina, the sexy Sarah Lind (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) as Jess, Jonathan Cherry (Final Destination 2) as Willie, Jesse Moss (Tucker & Dale Vs Evil) as Gang Leader, Aidan Devine (A History Of Violence) as Chief, Corinne Conley (Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer) as Mayor Bradley, James Whittingham (Bad Cops) as Coroner, and the film as directed by Lowell Dean (13 Eerie).

Sarah LindI have to say that I am starting to become a huge fan of what Canadians do up in Hollywood North because it seems like they don’t care about what is the most popular thing and they are willing to do anything. They also seem very obsessed with developing new ways to make films that feature Werewolves in different types of situations like Ginger Snaps and this film for example. I was very impressed with the film overall even though some of the acting could have been a little bit better, but they did the job and a damn good one. This was such a fun film to watch no matter where you are and it’s available right now on Netflix. The film also has the distinction of having one of the weirdest sex scenes as it crosses the line of bestiality, but I couldn’t look away as Wolfcop banged Sarah Lind’s character on screen. Sarah Lind is so sexy in this film, but the only T&A we get in the film is a quick glimpse at her puppies during that scene in the jail. One of the exciting things about this is that this series could take off like Sharknado if enough people check it out because they are filming Wolfcop II, but the question is can it live up to this one? The only way we’ll know is when it is released in 2016 and hopefully into theaters. The story is original and I like the concepts they use in this film and one of my favorite scenes involves a guy getting his face ripped off. You don’t get to see a lot of the kill scenes, but some are as cool as that one. On a scale of one being close to an A-List Hollywood film and five being the cheesiest film of all time, I would have to give this film a 2.6 for a final grade.

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