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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
For some years now, The Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal has grown to be one of the most well known and popular film festivals around, with many filmmakers debuting their films at the event. last year ENR's own Dave "Bleeder King" Michaels got to chat with Kevin Smith at his Canadian Premiere of Yoga Hosers! This year the fest is bigger than ever with the announcement of some of the most highly anticipated films of the year premiering at the festival! Read more...
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Monday, 19 September 2016 02:48
WolfCop is a small, independent Canadian film that has become a BIG modern cult classic! From the brain of Saskatchewan’s Lowell Dean, this movie made waves back in 2014 for being one of the most original werewolf films in recent memory. In a world where monsters have become romanticized, WolfCop, a story of small town deputy Lou Garou getting cursed with becoming a werewolf and becoming the furriest hero around! Read more...
Published in Interviews
Friday, 26 June 2015 15:48
OK, so you remember when I discovered the first WolfCop movie on a streaming service, decided to tweet along and ended up chatting at length with the brains behind the project? Yeah, it was awesome and I managed to interview Lowell Dean, the genius behind the movie. WolfCop was an instant hit. The mix of horror and comedy appealed to almost everyone and the nostalgic nod back to days of practical effects and tongue-firmly-in-cheek humour gathered the movie a cult following and a huge fanbase – so much so the movie was greenlit a sequel before it hit cinemas! Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 11:45
Howling at the Moon: Lowell Dean, Director of WolfCop “I really wanted a return to practical effects, a fun 80s retro feel, and to reshape the werewolf as a fully fleshed out character - almost a heroic beast!” wwI have my dad to thank for my love of monster movies. Where most kids were taken to see Disney movies (and believe me, we saw enough of those), Mr. Richardson considered it his civil duty to enjoy a good horror flick with his son. I still have very little idea why he chose to watch these me at such an early age – part of me thinks that he was more scared than I was and wanted the company – but it certainly gave me an appreciation of a genre of film that very few of my high school friends were familiar with. Growing up in the Eighties, you might have thought he’d introduced me to The Nightmare on Elm Street movies or It, but that was never the case. See, my dad had a fondness for the cinema that defined the genre. Before I was a teen, I’d seen The Mummy, Dracula and The Creature from the Black Lagoon. It was another classic that would stick with me though – The Wolf Man starring Lon Chaney Jr. as the tragic lead. I’ve loved werewolves ever since. Read more...
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