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Published November 4th 2012
When man ends, evil begins
Big Bad Wolf
Big Bad Wolf, directed and written by Lance W. Dreesen and staring Trevor Duke-Moretz, Kimberly J. Brown and Richard Tyson, is a wonderful homage to the great and cheesy horror flicks of the 80's, particularly the Nightmare on Elm Street series.
After an unknown beast killed his father while on a hunting trip and his mother remarried, not too long afterwards, Derek Cowley has never fully trusted his new and rather abusive stepfather.
Seven years later, Derek's college friends persuade him to steal and make copies of the keys to his stepdad's cabin, where they expect to have a great time filled with booze, sex and partying, but, as with most films, where a group of young people venture into the woods for fun times in a cabin, everything goes horribly wrong!
The foul-mouthed, violent, bloodthirsty and extremely horny Big Bad Wolf himself confronts them and not everyone makes it out alive. Now it's up to Derek and his remaining friends to find out exactly who the Big Bad Wolf is and destroy him in a terrifying and bloody battle of epic proportion.
When I initially started watching this film, I had extremely low expectations, but as the film progressed, I was pleasantly surprised by how funny, intriguing, gory and utterly enjoyable it actually was.
For a mid 2000 B-grade film, the acting was surprisingly very good, with a brilliant effort made by the entire cast, the film itself was well written, with an easy to understand plot and a string of one-liners, which you and your friends will find yourselves quoting for months to come.
Big Bad Wolf is rated R 18 for high level horror and violence and was released on DVD in 2007.