‘Six People. One House. Lots of monsters.
Wolf House is a 2016 American found footage supernatural horror film directed by Matt D. Lord, making his feature debut, from a screenplay by co-producer Ken Cosentino and Elizabeth Houlihans. The movie stars Cosentino along with Jessica Bell (Sting; The Fate of Sophie Miller; The Other Side) and Marcus Ganci-Rotella.
Six friends on a camping trip think they have discovered, and killed, a Sasquatch. But what they have actually unleashed is something more evil, more ancient and more deadly than they could ever imagine – an army of supernatural terrors that will hunt them until none of them remain…
Ken Cosentino, Jessica Bell, Marcus Ganci-Rotella, Elizabeth Houlihan, Bill Kennedy, Marc Sturdivant, Rick Williams.
The film was released on DVD on January 17, 2017, by Wild Eye Releasing. The DVD includes a feature-length commentary with director Matt D. Lord, a behind the scenes documentary, a featurette on “Making the Monster” and trailers.
“The first half of the film gets you involved with the characters until the second half of the film brings in supernatural elements and monsters. The monsters are pretty effective from a distance and in short shots but when you get to see it in all its glory in one key scene it loses its ability to scare.” Peter Hopkins, Horrorscreams Videovault
“The film employs humor, over-the-top dramatics, and a campy atmosphere to create a unique look and feel that’s very different from every other found footage film out there. What the film lacks in refined acting and big budget visual effects is more than made up for in cinematography, plot, character development, and a nostalgic approach.” Found Footage Critic
“The selling in this film really comes across as genuine and not acting. When you get to see the monster, it does not let down. It is used very smartly and efficiently. Though, the film also opens up the possibility of what is truly stalking them. The atmosphere in the second half is really creepy and very well done.” James D., Wicked Channel
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