Alcoholic werewolf cop Lou Garou springs into action when an eccentric businessman seduces his town with a new brewery and hockey team.
Another WolfCop (2017)
Written and Directed by Lowell Dean
Starring Leo Fafard, Yannick Bisson, Amy Matysio,
Johnathan Cherry, Serena Miller, Devery Jacobs, Kevin Smith
Sequel to 2015's WolfCop
This flick picks up where the first one left off, WolfCop fucking up bad guys and getting drunk. This time around, he's being treated like a myth to keep the new rookies off his scent. Tina (Matysio) is now the Chief of Police and she's trying to have Lou keep the wolf in check. If you thought WolfCop was outrageous then you're going to have your mind blown yet again, I'm not kidding. I thought I knew what I was getting myself into but Lowell Dean has managed to outdo himself with his second werewolf cop adventure.
The bad guy this time around is business man Sydney Swallows (Bisson) and if you thought you'd had your fill of shapeshifters and their devious ways, you're in for another surprise because they are back and turning up the heat on their plans to take over the world starting with Woodhaven. As with his first film, Lowell Dean continues to expand the world he created in Woodhaven and staying true to what he started. There's more Liquor Donuts as it seems to be the only thing other than beer that WolfCop runs on and I'm glad he's sticking to that.
One of the notes I made is that the ante for insanity has been upped and that's putting it mildly. The mythos of WolfCop is expanded as we find out that there's another beast lurking in the wilds of Canada. I would tell you but it'll spoil the surprise and it's one that you have to see to believe because it surpasses the standard set in the first film and I was sure I had seen it all but I was wrong. I now have new images in my memory banks that I never thought would be there.
I never thought I'd see the effects of a moon rock on a werewolf or that he'd need to put back MOONSHINE in order to get a little bit of a pick up to continue the fight but it's there in all of it's insane glory. Again, this movie doesn't take itself seriously and that's one of it's strong points. It is the kind of movie that you need to immerse yourself in, turn off your brain, and laugh your ass off for 80 minutes. I just wish I had a captive audience like I did when I was on deployment so I could expose these guys to the awesome experience that is Another WolfCop. It is teased that he will return and we can only be so lucky to have another helping of the Liquor Donut eating, beer swigging, horny, hairy arm of the law that is Lou Garou and his beast of an alter ego: WolfCop.