More Plot Details: The Howling: Reborn

Ever since it was announced at this year’s AFM, Joe Nimziki’s The Howling: Reborn reboot has piqued the interest of franchise fans while leaving others scratching their heads. Honestly, we lost count of how many sequels there are to the original flick, but here’s hoping this one finally lives up to the source material.

The company behind the project, Moonstone Entertainment, has finally released an official plot crunch for the film so dig it below to get your first idea of what to expect.

On the eve of his high school graduation, unremarkable Will Kidman finally bonds with the girl he has long yearned for, reclusive Eliana Wynter. But he also discovers a dark secret from his past … that he is about to become a werewolf. Now, in an effort to fight destiny and save their love as well as their lives, they must battle not only Will’s growing blood lust but an army of fearsome beasts bent on killing them … and then, us all.

Shooting begins in Montreal, Canada later this year. In the interim dig on the goodness that it the trailer for the film that started it all!

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  • macready

    it does sound like they are trying to twilight up the howling.

  • Masked Slasher

    This plot is a disgrace.

    The Howling, while one of my all-time favorite films, is one I’ve been hoping would remade. Being a big fan of Gary Brandner’s simple, yet effective novel, I’ve been looking for a more straightforward adaptation of it for a while now.

    And now, Howling IV doesn’t count.

    But this ‘Reborn’ nonsense is a desperate bid to cash in on Twilight and nothing more.

  • DavidFullam

    Sounds like “Twilight-The Howling.”

  • Vanvance1

    The original The Howling is my all time favourite Werewolf movie. It worked because you had Joe Dante and Rob Bottin at their creative bests. They took weak source material (skip the book) and crafted a gripping cult classic with f/x that have yet to be bettered.

    I watched the assorted sequels and while some are entertaining in a grade C schlocky kind of way none are even close to the quality of the original.

    Is there any reason to believe this will be anything like The Howling excepting the name?