Female Werewolf: A sexually charged arthouse film

The female of the species is deadlier than the male

Recently I was browsing around IMDB and came across a film called Female Werewolf. The film, written and directed by Chris Alexander and starring Carrie Gemmell, had the plot description of:

Lost in a fever of sexual delirium, a mentally unstable woman begins to believe she may be turning into a monster.

Now, as a fan of werewolf films, this sounded very interesting. I was able to obtain a screener and gave it a watch. I was delightfully surprised by the result. The film is done as a very surreal arthouse. Featuring only 3 characters, no dialogue, and some serious trippy sequences, I can honestly say that this is definitely now on my list for must watch films.

Female Werewolf is not entertainment so much as it is a work of beauty and art. Despite the sexually-charged plot, this is not smut in any regard. All shots are done tastefully, with no more skin than is needed to advance the plot.What you will see is a fair amount of blood, however, as this woman slowly spirals and her illness externalizes. If you enjoy films like Phil Steven’s Flowers this is one you will definitely have to check out.

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    12 August 2016 at 3:02 pm - Reply

    […] “The film is done as a very surreal arthouse. Featuring only 3 characters, no dialogue, and some serious trippy sequences, I can honestly say that this is definitely now on my list for must watch films. Female Werewolf is not entertainment so much as it is a work of beauty and art. Despite the sexually-charged plot, this is not smut in any regard. All shots are done tastefully, with no more skin than is needed to advance the plot.What you will see is a fair amount of blood, however, as this woman slowly spirals and her illness externalizes. If you enjoy films like Phil Steven’s Flowers this is one you will definitely have to check out.” The Blood Shed […]

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