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Creatures, bound by the blood of the wolf, that can kill with curses and move at lightning speed, watching the night sky for the rise of the blood-red crescent moon. They are SKINWALKERS. They feed on our flesh and thirst for the taste of human blood. The red moon signals each pack, divided by principles, hell bent to survive an ancient prophecy.
Horror Action - Although the story involves werewolves, this is more of an action
thriller than a horror film. Either way, the film does have the
violence and mayhem that one would expect from such a film. Although
the film is PG-13, there is intense violent content and some sexual
PROFANITY: 4 F-words, 1 GD, a few others. SEX/NUDITY: Brief sex with related nudity. VIOLENCE: Shootings, stabbings with some blood. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Some alcohol. ACTION: Chases, shootouts, fights. COMEDY: Some kid humor.
OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
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Based on a theater exit polling of 33 moviegoers:BAD BAD REVIEWS! If you plan to see this movie you'd better hurry because it will almost certainly be gone quickly. Horror movies typically get very mixed moviegoer reviews but they don't usually get this many very low reviews with so few higher reviews. Certainly NOT Recommended!
On his 13th birthday, Timonty (Matthew Knight) a half-blood, is about to
reach the time of his transformation. He's been guarded since birth by those
around him. They know the power he holds. He alone has the power to control the
destiny of his family, and their kind, a gift that has placed his very life in
On the third night, at the rise of the red moon, a war will rage for control
of their kind. There are two warring factions: one would like the curse to end,
the other embraces bloodlust, and revels in the immortal freedom of the breast
within. They will do anything to preserve their way of life. To survive, it
means finding the boy. The one with the power to control their very survival.
"I am not human," says Varek (Jason Behr), "I am better than
Under the full red moon, the violent feud pits brother against brother, lover
against lover, and good against evil.