A wild college party in a remote cabin will go horribly wrong when Derek Cowley and his friends find themselves terrorized by a blood thirsty werewolf. While fighting for his life, Derek will discover a shocking and horri... more »fying secret about the monster he must kill to survive. Featuring a clever, cunning, and sadistically funny breed of werewolf unlike you've ever seen, Big Bad Wolf is one sexy and terrifying horror film.« less
"Well, to be very simple: this film is a half-step off from being a porno flick, with buckets of blood, an implausible story -- modestly good to dreadful acting -- and the scriptwriter, and producers should be left on a hillside for the next busload of zombies. I'm embarassed to say I did watch it; but the time would have been better spent cleaning the bathroom... or praying for the whole lot involved."
Leslie White | san diego | 06/25/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Too bad good acting was overshadowed by a gorilla suit. The werewolf character was insulting on so many levels. I'm amazed he wasn't clamoring to join the frat brothers rather than eat them. The plot was good, and that's the hardest part. Maybe it can be salvaged in a remake."
Save your money...
Jakabok Botch | UK | 02/09/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Save your money and if you want to watch this movie then wait for it to appear on television. The acting is dire, the plot is lame and the special effects weak. One of the worst horror and werewolf films I've ever seen, avoid like the plague."
What were they thinking
Robert E. Thomas | USA | 01/03/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"i am a fan of a good werewolf/vampire movie and ill give them all a try. This movie had nothing going for it. the nudity was rather lame. best part is when he makes the girl go down on him. watch if you want a good laugh at bad acting"
Would have been an easy 5 stars if Clint Howard was the Wolf
Sid the Elf | North Pole | 07/29/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"After reading most reviews for Big Bad Wolf it was clear we had a real crapfest on our hands. Now for us that's a selling point letting us know we may have a real B gem on our hands, and when you sprinkle in Clint Howard it becomes an absolute "sign me up for one of those!" no questions asked. See for us Clint happens to be one of the pioneers to the weird looking brother of a famous actor genre. The guy's right up there with Don Swayze! He absolutely blew our mind in the 1995 release of Ice Cream Man leaving us on a mission the explore the Clint Howard market. Unfortunately Big Bad Wolf used Clint's renowned name like a bunch of good for nothing tricksters since he was only in it for 5 mins. That was a bit of a let down being that we convinced ourselves he was going to be the wolfman. However the film turned out to be very hilarious and earned itself a solid 3 star rating despite a large lack of Clint.
Big Bad Wolf kicks off with a real Mary named Derek whose set on earning his way into a Frat. He has to do so by impressing Ashton Kutcher's brother Duechton Kutcher, some other pud, and two stereotypical loose horror movie chicks by bringing them to his step dad's cabin far in the woods. On the way they stop to ask directions from a Mr. Clint Howard who sternly warns them not to go into those woods. Since they don't take the wisdom of the almighty Clint they get themselves into trouble when they run into a very horny/violent werewolf. Once the werewolf tears up 4 out of 6 people Derek (Troy Mcgregor's brother) decides to identify the wolfman, which was quite obvious before the film even gets to that point. The rest of the film lack with some decent moments of laughter to then pick up again with the final battle scene.
We have to give Big Bad Wolf for taking an interesting spin on the werewolf B genre. For the first time we got to see a wolfman that speaks English and is a total pervert, which was extremely entertaining. One of our favorite parts was when the wolf chased down Derek in his car and charged through the passenger side window head first shattering the glass everywhere. There's nothing more comical then someone headbutting their way through glass. A huge plus for the film came from the wolfman himself who looked very familiar while in human form. After a little research we were blown away to realize he was the main bad guy that Arnold hunted down in Kindergarten Cop. Between that and 5 minutes of Clint you're sure to get a decent rating. So Big Bad Wolf wasn't the best B horror you could pick but is still worth the watch."