Never Cry Werewolf Cover Art Revealed!

Genius Products just sent over a look at the DVD cover art for its upcoming release of Never Cry Werewolf, which stars Kevin Sorbo and up-and-coming actress Nina Dobrev and will be available online and in stores September 16, 2008.

Foy reviewed the TV version for us when it premiered on Sci-Fi back in May (click here for the review), and here’s the synopsis provided by Genius Products:

When 16-year-old Loren (Dobrev) and her family greet a new neighbor – a good-looking single guy and his dog – she senses something mysterious and dangerous about him. Her suspicions become further aroused when some of the locals begin disappearing one by one. As Loren becomes obsessed with her neighbor’s behavior, she is unaware that he is monitoring her just as closely – like a hungry wolf stalks its prey at night. With the help of local TV hunting show personality Redd Tucker (Sorbo) and a delivery boy with a secret crush on attractive Loren, the unlikely trio prepare for a full-moon showdown against an immortal creature with insatiable bloodlust.”

Never Cry Werewolf was the third highest rated Sunday night film in the Sci-Fi Channel’s history, which must mean Sorbo still has a pretty huge fanbase. If you’re one of them as well, be sure to click here to pre-order it from Evilshop!

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  • Blockbuster

    HA! “Good rogering”!! Awesome. It does kinda look like she’s getting it pretty good, huh…

  • Kryten Syxx

    Why are you talking like that?

  • Chainsaw

    THERE! Wolf.

  • Terminal

    Repetition is fun.

    Looks craptacular.

  • Kryten Syxx

    It looks like the werewolf is giving her a good rogering! Furries everywhere will be picking this up…

  • Foywonder

    I kinda already covered this in an article about Sept/Oct DVD releases I wrote last week.

    • The Woman In Black

      I know, but we got a request to show better art and remind readers about the upcoming release so it’s a bit of duplication.