The horror-comedy genre is a sadly overlooked and undersupplied one. To me, most horror movies have a comedy element to them amidst all the blood and gore, and true comedy-horror movies are among my favourite type of film. So when one comes along featuring Werewolves, one of the coolest monsters around, and based on a video game I’m pretty excited. Werewolves Within is a 96-minute whodunnit romp that’s a surprisingly good time that’s fairly light on the horror but strong on the comedy and charm. And with a critic score of 86% and an audience score of 82% on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s one of the highest-rated video game adaptions ever.
The 14th episode of the official Wolf’s Gaming Podcast is up, and within it my absurdly silky, sultry, sexy voice goes through a variety of subjects, starting off with some movie chat. Werewolves Within is a new horror-comedy based on Ubisoft’s VR game of the same name which in turn is based on an actual physical game involving a bunch of people sitting in a room and arguing about why one is actually a savage werewolf with a (un)healthy appetite.