Another WolfCop (2017) (Blu-ray Review)

Another WolfCop (2017) (Blu-ray Review)
Directed By: Lowell Dean
Starring: Leo Fafard, Amy Matysio, Jonathan Cherry
Rated: UR/Region A/1:78/1080p/Number of Discs 1
Available from Image Entertainment

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.

Well, the Wolfcop is back in Another Wolfcop! This time around I felt I was going to enjoy it more than the original because the Astron 6 cameo at the start of it really sets the tone. We also have Kevin Smith here as well playing a small role. None the less some evil people are up to some evil things and while that plot is a bit on the silly side it isn’t out of place with the rest of the film at all. Lou is back and the movie even finds a clever way to give him back his best friend from the first movie that turned out to be a shapeshifter. Look, this movie isn’t really trying hard on the logic and plot side of things, but it does offer up some laughs and a whole heck of a lot of blood. It also offers up some more Gowan music (he’s here in a part as well) as well as more wolf sex, because if it’s a Wolfcop movie we’ve got to have wolf sex. Without it would be like Jason without a lake.

If you liked the first Wolfcop movie I see no reason why you also won’t be singing the praises of this one. As I mentioned before I think I might have enjoyed this one overall more, but even with that I will admit that the plot is thin and seems to be another movie I’ve seen this year that just wants to leave the door open for a sequel and as a result we feel a little cheated on a real ending here. But if you like blood and over the top stuff (and Gowan music) you’ll have a lot of fun with Another Wolfcop because it basically boils down to being a bloody good time, even if a little bit flawed.


– The Making of Another Wolfcop
– Friend and Foe: Meet the Cast
– The Monster Shop: Special FX
– Shoot or Die!: Surviving on Set

Quality of Transfer: 97%