Alcoholic werewolf cop Lou Garou springs into action when an eccentric businessman with evil intentions seduces Woodhaven’s residents with a new brewery and hockey team in this outrageous horror-comedy sequel.
User Reviews: Another Wolfcop: Written and directed by Lowell Dean
We’re back with more Wolfcop fun for the sequel. Well sort of. The first Wolfcop was a wild delight of an insane movie. It caught me by surprise and I loved it. I was very excited by the prospect of another romp with Lou Garou. I know what I say about expectations. They can be poisonous to an experience especially when the movie doesn’t do what you expect it to. This is not one of those instances.
I was excited for another film but my excitement disappeared the longer the film went on. I realized very quickly this movie had no ideas. The wolfcop barely does anything in it. It just recycles jokes from the previous film and then it became one dick joke. 73 minutes of it. It also goes back to the well and reuses jokes from the first movie with a mild unexplained alteration.
I appreciated the craziness of the movie and the absurdity of it all. The first one was a lot of fun but this one felt like it was missing that fun. It felt like it was trying too hard. The chicken milk joke is driven into the ground and it wasn’t that funny to begin with.
It’s tough to talk about bad comedies. What do you say when something just isn’t funny to you? I will admit that the wolfcop anthems they have for this movie are pretty great. I simply can’t recommend this and I know that this should probably be the last one. I give this movie a D.