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  • Actors: Landon Liboiron, Lindsey Shaw, Ivana Milicevic
  • Directors: Joe Nimziki
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005CA4SKG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,536 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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In this chilling reboot of the '80s horror classic, Landon Liboiron of ''Terra Nova'' stars as high school senior Will Kidman, whose infatuation with a beautiful classmate (Lindsey Shaw of ''Pretty Little Liars'' and ''10 Things I Hate About You'') begins to trigger certain teenage animal instincts. But when a mysterious woman (Ivana Milicevic of Casino Royale) with a shocking secret re-enters his life, Will learns that he is heir to a powerful line of werewolves. Now he finds he has a choice to make: succumbing to his primal nature or turning against his own. In order to fight the destiny of his legacy and save the girl of his dreams, he must battle not only his growing blood lust but an army of fearsome beasts hell-bent on killing us all. Tonight, the full moon rises. The horror begins anew. This is THE HOWLING REBORN.

Customer Reviews

The special effects were good, not overdone.
Kevin Stanton
The only thing that makes a bad movie unwatchable is one that takes itself seriously.
N. Pawar
This movie is perhaps not the worst film in this series but it works at it.
Mark Turner

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When the original "The Howling" debuted in 1981, while successful enough, it certainly wasn't a huge commercial or critical smash on arrival. But through time and the video market, Joe Dante's werewolf conception started to gain traction and fit into a monster movie niche that few other pictures at the time were filling. An apt genre comparison of the same era would be the stellar (and much better) "An American Werewolf in London." Neither film reinvented horror conventions, but both employed state-of-the art effects and make-up to modernize the tales for a new audience (American Werewolf won a 1981 Make-up Oscar). As "The Howling" eventually came to be embraced as a minor classic of werewolf lore, it spawned a series of direct-to-DVD sequels (most in name only). Really, if you have seen ANY of them--they leave a lot to be desired! I say all this to preface my comments about "The Howling Reborn" (a title eerily reminiscent of 1991's "Howling V: The Rebirth"). There's nothing wrong in referencing a classic, but the movie landscape has changed considerably since the original film. Now werewolves are all over television, books, and movies and it's much harder to bring something new to the party.

Unfortunately, this is a real case of "I've seen it all before, and much much better!" The movie kicks right off with a werewolf attack (although the culprit is unseen) as a pregnant woman in what looks like a bad disguise is mauled. The film advances through time, and now the unborn fetus is about to graduate from high school. This isn't any ordinary high school, though. It seems to be a private facility with a fortress like security system--seriously, it's pretty spectacular to see this ancient building with stained glass windows go into a modern lockdown mode any prison would envy.
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When the original "The Howling" debuted in 1981, while successful enough, it certainly wasn't a huge commercial or critical smash on arrival. But through time and the video market, Joe Dante's werewolf conception started to gain traction and fit into a monster movie niche that few other pictures at the time were filling. An apt genre comparison of the same era would be the stellar (and much better) "An American Werewolf in London." Neither film reinvented horror conventions, but both employed state-of-the art effects and make-up to modernize the tales for a new audience (American Werewolf won a 1981 Make-up Oscar). As "The Howling" eventually came to be embraced as a minor classic of werewolf lore, it spawned a series of direct-to-DVD sequels (most in name only). Really, if you have seen ANY of them--they leave a lot to be desired! I say all this to preface my comments about "The Howling Reborn" (a title eerily reminiscent of 1991's "Howling V: The Rebirth"). There's nothing wrong in referencing a classic, but the movie landscape has changed considerably since the original film. Now werewolves are all over television, books, and movies and it's much harder to bring something new to the party.

Unfortunately, this is a real case of "I've seen it all before, and much much better!" The movie kicks right off with a werewolf attack (although the culprit is unseen) as a pregnant woman in what looks like a bad disguise is mauled. The film advances through time, and now the unborn fetus is about to graduate from high school. This isn't any ordinary high school, though. It seems to be a private facility with a fortress like security system--seriously, it's pretty spectacular to see this ancient building with stained glass windows go into a modern lockdown mode any prison would envy.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Stanton VINE VOICE on November 5, 2011
Format: DVD
I was very very disappointed by this installment for many reasons. The special effects were good, not overdone. However.... the plot was actually a good one, they just lost it somehow.
The actual connection to the original howling I cannot see, except that it was based on the second book in the series and they didn't really explain in the movie how they were connected. Maybe just the title?
The original Howling had the tension, acting, scant but effective special effects, great plot, a sense of paranoia and a sense of a horrible discovery along with some really good acting. The only good acting in this one is the mother. Part played well.
There wasn't the sense of tension here, just a rolling ball of a plot. They could have easily played on the fact that 'they are all around us', but they didn't.
Not recommended at all. The original is still the best, skip all the other howling movies.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 10, 2011
Format: DVD
I appreciate a good werewolf movie. In the past decade there has been none. I'd like to make my review based on other reviews I've seen here.

1) The werewolf look was aesthetically acceptable.
Compare it to the last dumb Hollywood werewolf movies
-The CG on some werewolf movies looked like a cartoon,
--Like in the movie "Cursed", that was a stupid movie.
--I hate CG, and was glad to see it not used so much
-Some movies cut out the werewolf from being seen at all for suspense
--but it's just lack of courage or creativity to portray the- - werewolf
-some show normal animal wolves, some prefer this I prefer the
---horror sci version of it.
---I don't watch movies to be realistic.
The werewolf was like the ones in the other Howlings mostly and not unlike
-werewolf in the TV show Werewolf
2) The story is different from the older original versions
Though it isn't an original take in horror it isn't a rip off the first
3) The werewolf's don't sparkle.

I will add I don't like the teeny aspect to it, and the tired old coming of age crap I don't watch a horror movie for.
If you've seen the last sequel in the Howling series "New Moon Rising", this is a well produced film. I feel it deserves better credit than it has received here on Amazon.

It's not the greatest movie, but don't let a nerdy hatters review sway you from watching it.
As far as werewolf movies, I've seen much much worse.
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