Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 29th, 2012
“One of the most unusual examples of the werewolf movie genre,” begins Dr. Karl Shuker, in his latest post, “was the film ‘Wolfen‘ (1981), based upon the novel The Wolfen (1978) by Whitley Strieber. Albert Finney starred as a Manhattan detective searching for a mysterious, elusive, and exceedingly intelligent species of highly-evolved humanoid wolf, which has been preying upon humans from the earliest times and is responsible for the werewolf legends but has never been revealed by science. Of course, wolfen are wholly fictional…aren’t they?”
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