Exploring the Cheesy Horror Gem: WolfCop

A deep dive into the hilariously cheesy horror film WolfCop, analyzing its effects, dialogue, and re-watchability, and offering a unique rating system using cheese slices.

Hello, horror enthusiasts! Welcome back to Horror With a Side of Cheese. If you're new here, buckle up for a wild ride because I am on a quest to uncover the cheesiest horror movies ever made. Join me on the first and third Friday of each month as I dive into the world of hilariously cheesy horror flicks. Today, I present to you the 2014 masterpiece, WolfCop.

About WolfCop

Let's talk about Lou Garou (Leo Fafard), our alcoholic police officer who has a knack for waking up in strange places. But things take a bizarre turn when he starts sprouting fur, fangs, and claws, transforming into a werewolf. As Lou navigates this newfound reality, he must also navigate the challenges of being a better man and officer in the midst of a larger conspiracy.

The Reader's Guide

Starring alongside Fafard are Amy Matysio, Sarah Lind, Aidan Divine, Jonathan Cherry, and Corinne Conley, with Lowell Dean at the helm as the writer and director of this one hour and 19-minute thrill ride.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, WolfCop boasts a Tomatometer rating of 65 percent and an Audience rating of 46 percent. And get this - the film even spawned a sequel titled Another WolfCop!

My Take on WolfCop

I can't begin discussing this film without highlighting the genius behind naming the protagonist Lou Garou, a clever play on the French term "Loup-Garou," meaning werewolf. The attention to detail in this film is both hilarious and commendable.

As for the story, it's surprisingly decent and serves as the backbone of the film, guiding viewers through a whirlwind of cheesy goodness. The plot flows smoothly, keeping the audience engaged from start to finish.

The dialogue in the film is a goldmine of cheesy one-liners and comedic gems. Every exchange is filled with absurdity, adding to the overall charm of the movie. Leo Fafard's portrayal of Lou Garou as a grumpy, snarky cop is nothing short of perfection, even before he embraces his lycanthropic side.

When it comes to re-watchability, WolfCop has me itching for a second viewing. The sheer absurdity of the scenes and the comedic brilliance of the characters make it a must-see for any fan of cheesy horror.

Final Verdict

After much deliberation, I have awarded WolfCop a solid 4.5 cheese slices, making it one of my top-rated cheesy horror films. It's a tough act to follow, but I'm hopeful that there are more cinematic delights out there waiting to be discovered.

So, fellow horror aficionados, have you experienced the hilarity of WolfCop? Share your thoughts in the comments below! And if you have any recommendations for cheesy horror films that I should add to my watchlist, don't hesitate to let me know. Until next time, keep the scares coming, indulge in some cheesy goodness, and remember - there's always room for more horror in your life!

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Fateh Muhammad

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