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Ginger Snaps
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Directed By
John Fawcett

Written By:
Karen Walton, Karen Walton

Peter Keleghan, Emily Perkins, Katharine Isabelle, Mimi Rogers, Jesse Moss, John Bourgeois, Danielle Hampton

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Ginger Snaps (2000)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
September 24th, 2008

Werewolfs in puberty

Favorite Movie Quote: "A girl can only be a slut, a b*tch, a tease, or the virgin next door."

Let's get the technical stuff out of the way first. The sound, the cinematography, the lighting, the editing, the music: all first rate. This was a film that really made good use of it's budget.

It is a horror film, but it certainly is not the best in werewolf films. There is blood, of course there is blood, but there is no carnage. Anyone looking for ripping flesh needs to look elsewhere. There is sex, as Ginger (Katharine Isabelle) is experiencing the onset of puberty and, combined with the attack by a werewolf that is changing her, is in intense need of sex. No nudity, however - hey she is supposed to be 16, you pervert!

Ginger's sister Brigette (Emily Perkins) is outstanding as she tries to save her sister.

Mimi Rogers is excellent as their mother and really added to the humor of this film.

It's a must-see for werewolf fans.

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