You might think that werewolves as a cinematic monster have been thoroughly exhausted, especially with Universal returning to the subgenre’s roots to remake THE WOLF MAN. But Brian Scott O’Malley’s AUDIE & THE WOLF proves that there is always a new twist to be applied to every old tale. “It’s a bit of a satire on the legend, by flipping it in reverse: What if a wolf turned into a man?”
“AUDIE is definitely a comedy,” O’Malley notes, “but with ax murders, ripped-out throats, guns, knives, chainsaws and even stunguns. The horror elements are really there to serve the humor, and the romance the wolf-turned-man has with the sassy punk-rock grocery girl, Audie. And with the vintage rock-and-roll soundtrack by Karl Preusser [not songs, but score—think FLASH GORDON], the movie really takes on that ‘80s cult vibe, and owns it proudly.”
Trailer looked pretty good to me. Would have loved to see more blood and carnage but as they say in the complete interview they didn't have the budget to do that.
Complete interview, images and trailer at Fangoria
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