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Moonlit Masterpieces: The 15 Best Werewolf Movies of All-Time

Brotherhood Of The Wolf (2001)
Metropolitan Filmexport

10. Brotherhood of the Wolf (2001)

A visual feast, this French epic offers a sumptuous mix of martial arts, mystery, and the macabre. Set against the haunting backdrop of the French countryside, the film crafts a chilling narrative around the legendary Beast of Gévaudan, weaving a tapestry of conspiracy, horror, and romance.

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Late Phases 2014
Dark Sky Films

9. Late Phases (2014)

Age meets rage in this unique horror tale set in a retirement community. Late Phases crafts a story of resilience and determination, with its elderly protagonist standing firm against nocturnal predators. The film cleverly juxtaposes the vulnerabilities of old age against the primal might of werewolves.

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Wolf 1994 Werewolf Movies
Columbia Pictures

8. Wolf (1994)

Nicholson howls in this blend of romance, drama, and horror. Exploring the dualities of man, Wolf uses lycanthropy as a metaphor for unchecked ambition and primal instincts, all set against the backdrop of corporate America. The film’s blend of high drama and horror creates a captivating dichotomy that resonates.

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Silver Bullet (1985)
Paramount Pictures

7. Silver Bullet (1985)

A small town plagued by murders, a wheelchair-bound hero, and a werewolf lurking in the shadows—Stephen King’s touch is evident in every frame. Silver Bullet strikes a balance between suspense, gore, and character-driven narrative, showcasing King’s prowess in painting small-town America with shades of terror.

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What We Do In The Shadows 2014 Werewolves Not Swearwolves
Madman Entertainment

6. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

While primarily showcasing the mundane lives of modern-day vampires, this comedy gem’s occasional forays into the world of werewolves are hysterical. The film’s witty take on the age-old enmity between vampires and werewolves, including the now-iconic “swearwolves” scene, offers a fresh, humorous perspective on the genre.

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