Nearly three years after it’s 2014 release, Canadian cult horror comedy WolfCop is getting a much-awaited sequel. To celebrate, the creators released the opening scene of Another WolfCop last week. The short teaser features a new villain, a spectacular car chase, and an epic explosion in just two minutes.


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.

The newly released clip opens with a new villain, a businessman promoting his new beer. When filming goes wrong, he stops the scene and takes a quick aside with a scientist and a henchwoman, who fill him in on the progress of their scheme. “Where…is my Alpha subject?” After the villainous trio confers, we suddenly snap to the chase scene between WolfCop’s souped-up cop car and a raggedy van carrying a gang and their satanic paraphernalia, driven by a hooligan in a Santa suit. After exchanging bullets and strong words with the cop, the gangsters launch a rocket at the car, laughing as the scene comes to a close.


What to expect:

The original centers on Officer Lou Garou. The alcoholic dead-beat cop becomes a werewolf after a run-in with a satanic gang. He then takes down the satanic gang that protects the town’s reptilian elite with the help of his partner, Tina Walsh.

The sequel features many of the same hit characters and actors as the original. Jonathan Cherry will return as Willie Higgins and Amy Matysio as Tina Walsh. The film also stars Leo Fafard, Yannick Bisson, Devery Jacobs, and Serena Miller.

Director Lowell Dean promises to bring more aggressively Canadian thrills in the sequel, including, naturally, donuts and hockey. At the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal, Quebec, Another WolfCop won the Audience Choice Award for best Canadian/Quebec feature film.

Another WolfCop will hit Canadian theaters December 1st. It’s currently listed as “Not Rated” like it’s predecessor, but sneak peaks promise gore, sex, and violence.