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An American Werewolf in London
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An American Werewolf in London 1981


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A wolf whose bite is definitely worse than his bark chomps a young backpacker taking a shortcut across the British moors one night. Before long, the traveler gets long in the tooth! But this howler has a different twist: a sharp sense of humor blacker than the Arctic sky on the winter solstice. John Landis wrote the screenplay and directed.

Release Date:August 21st, 1981
Running Time:97 minutes
Directed By:
John LandisJohn Landis
Written By:
John LandisJohn Landis
Starring:
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No image existsJenny Agutter
No image existsGriffin Dunne
No image existsJohn Woodvine
No image existsLila Kaye
No image existsDavid Schofield
No image existsBrian Glover
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No image existsFrank Singuineau
No image existsMichael Carter
No image existsGeorge Hilsdon
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No image existsJohn Owens
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John LandisJohn Landis
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No image existsJohn Salthouse
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An American Werewolf in London Movie Review by MZBEHAVAN (11/21/2010)

Love this movie! I'm a 35 year old female and still remember the first time I seen this movie. As soon as it came to DVD, I bought it and "In Paris." Although sequels aren't always as good as it's prequel, it's a good buy to have the set. I was scared and walked slowly around every corner. It may not be as scary to me now...

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An American Werewolf in London Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/3/2009)

It doesn't matter how long ago you saw this, or how many times you've watched it, it is a classic that everyone, especially those who love comedy/horror should see.

The makeup was outstanding. Of course it was, it won an Oscar.

The music was really appropriate and added immensely to the film. "Bad Moon Rising" when he...

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An American Werewolf in London Movie Review by Jarrod (3/10/2008)

'An American Werewolf in London' is probably the best werewolf movie ever made, or at least my favorite, along with The Howling. It also matches The Howling in the distinction of having the greatest (certainly the most convincing) transformation, which is not only gruesome, but also looks very painful, which it most...

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An American Werewolf in London Movie Review by Zara (12/30/2007)

This is another one of those movies from more than twenty years ago which doesn't age. In addition to this movie, we also noticed films like KARATE KID and BIG getting played on local channels during the holidays, as if the programmers understand that people love something that is familiar and timeless.

I have to give...

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An American Werewolf in London Movie Review by Jenny (8/26/2007)

Two American tourists, Jack and David, are backpacking through England when they stop for rest at a pub in the country, the Slaughtered Lamb. The strange people at the pub are less than welcoming, and let the two young men venture back out on their own with the warning to "Stay on the road. Keep clear of the moors." ...

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