Here Comes the Fuzz!
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Writer:Lowell Dean (screenplay)
Stars:Leo Fafard, Amy Matysio, Sarah Lind
Summary: As a series of strange and violent events begin to occur, an alcoholic policeman realizes that he has been turned into a werewolf as part of a larger plan.
Leo Fafard who plays Lou Garou a hardcore alcoholic cop. Lou is your typical borderline line halfway functioning cop in the small rural town of Woodhaven. He is always late, has a bottle on supply, has a backup bottle,grumpy as all hell, and is ready to hop on the first muff he can find. Well Lou is in for a reality check after a late-night police call that ends up in him being attacked in the woods. Next thing he knows, he wakes up at home with a pentagram carved in his chest.
All this ties into the Woodhaven drunken annual hunting festival (because hunting and drinking mix well) and a demonic cult. Lou is starting to notice some changes taking place with himself. With all these Lycan changes taking place within him, Lou must do some real police work for once in his life and get to the bottom of what’s going on.
Lou is joined by Willie (Jonathan Cherry), a surplus shop owner and conspiracy nut who’s oddly attracted to his buddies new changes. Much of the Wolfcop‘s comedy are Willie’s reactions to Lou’s tactics for handling the situations they meet. A harlot bartender named Jessica (Sarah Lind) also lends a bit of a hand( if ya know what I mean) to Lou and fellow Deputy Tina (Amy Matysio) round out a somewhat solid cast.
What makes this movie work, is that it starts out pretty serious and dramatic, then goes straight to ridiculous.This film has everything you could want from a cheesy horror movie. It has action, the occult,humor, and lycanthropic puns,WolfCop is definitely a cult classic in my book. I highly recommend this flick if you want some good laughs and enjoy a decent amount of gore. Also, Wolfcop is now available on Netflix.