Bad Moon is a American horror film, written and directed by Eric Red, and produced by James G. Robinson. The film is about a mother and son who are threatened by her brother, who struggles to overcome the curse of lycanthropy. It stars Michael Paré, Mariel Hemingway and Mason Gamble. The film is based on the. Horror · One man's struggle to contain the curse he hides within and his last- ditch attempt to free himself with the love of family. But when it looks as if he is losing his battle, and See full Bad Moon () Michael Paré in Bad Moon ( ) Bad Moon () .. Featured in Movie Nights: Bad Moon () See more». 4 Nov Bad Moon is basically just a regurgitation of Cujo with some concepts turned around. I don't know why dogs are such popular movie material and this even has the nerve to make the dog an active hero in the story. The practical werewolf effects in this movie are genius and totally worth seeing the movie.
Pretty decent movie by Eric Red (The Hitcher and Body Parts) about a journalist who survives getting his ass torn up by a werewolf while trying to get laid. Soon, he is changing into a werewolf as well, but trying to contain it by chaining himself to massive trees, and hiding it from his sister and nephew, who go snooping. I think this might be the first movie I've ever seen where all the human actors were (UNintentionally) overshadowed by a dog. And the humans weren't bad, either, so that should give you a clue of how friggin' fantastic that dog was. Werewolf- wise, not a bad movie. The plot was pretty good, and while the transformation. 17 Aug Bad Moon is so bizarre. It's almost like two different movies mashed up as one. The middle portion of the movie is like a family drama that you may see on Lifetime or ABC Family or something along those lines. You have a sister and a brother both going through difficult times in their lives attempting to.
Bad Moon: Mariel Hemingway, Michael Paré, Mason Gamble, Ken Pogue, Hrothgar Mathews, Johanna Marlowe, Gavin Buhr, Julia Montgomery Brown, Primo, Geza Sinkovics, Jan Kiesser, Eric Red, Carroll Timothy O'Meara, Bill Todman Jr., Gary Barber, Jacobus Rose, James G. Robinson, Wayne Smith: Movies & TV.