Good “Werewolves on a Train” flick, but no depth or moral
When a train in England is forced to make an emergency stop in a notorious forest, the passengers have to work together to survive the night against a pack of… werewolves.
"Howl" (2015) is an English production that combines the werewolves of “Howling VI: The Freaks” (1991) and “Dog Soldiers” (2002) with the train survival situation of “Short Walk to Daylight” (1972); the British countryside and characters also bring to mind “Dog Soldiers.” While the plot is naturally reminiscent of “Horror Express” (1972), “Howl” isn’t real... read the rest.
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