#
buy premium
Dear visitors, due to tech issues video quality might be limited. Premium members still have no limits. Sorry for inconvenience...
CouchTuner
 FAVORITE
Oops...
Something went wrong
Try again later.
Wolves
  • Reset
Here You can choose a playback server.

Wolves

Description
The film revolves around a young man of 18 years old, a high school student is admirable. As captain of the school football team with transcript levels of type A good and beautiful girlfriend. But  after a fateful night, when awake, his perfect life suddenly disappear, instead  his parents were murdered and the most terrify that  he has become a wild wolf. Does he have to live how to overcome everything? And who is behind everything, who murdered his parents?  
COMMENTS (0) Sort by Newest
Newest Oldest
CouchTuner User
+ Add comment
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
CouchTuner
HEROES OF "Wolves"
Wolves
CRITICS OF "Wolves"
CouchTuner
Blu-ray.com
Resource

November 14, 2014

It's loud and violent, but the feature drags more than it should, struggling with iffy performances and lousy visual effects to raise a properly furry screen commotion.
CouchTuner
Common Sense Media
Resource

November 24, 2014

Forgettable werewolf flick is soapy and occasionally gory.
CouchTuner
RogerEbert.com
Resource

November 14, 2014

The kind of pleasantly eccentric werewolf coming-of-age story that should be seen as the third-billed title in a horror movie marathon. When viewed on its own, one can't help but wonder who "Wolves"' was made for.
CouchTuner
The Dissolve
Resource

November 12, 2014

Hayter burns through [his] shocking reveal early, giving his seldom funny, never scary fresh-faced horror-Western a listless quality, even at its slender runtime.
CouchTuner
Toronto Star
Resource

November 13, 2014

Wolves limps along with a clunker of a script and unremarkable effects.
CouchTuner
Cinemalogue.com
Resource

December 31, 2014

There's modest fun to be had in this campy low-budget horror flick that ultimately doesn't have much bite.
CouchTuner
Variety
Resource

November 16, 2014

While it's a painless watch, "Wolves" looks comparatively bland as an adolescent male answer to Canada's last notable bigscreen werewolf effort, the femme-focused "Ginger Snaps" franchise.
CouchTuner
National Post
Resource

November 21, 2014

This, as you've doubtless guessed, is all quite silly. And occasionally charming, too, in its wilfully old-fashioned way.
CouchTuner
New York Times
Resource

November 13, 2014

As unoriginal as its title, David Hayter's "Wolves" is yet another hoary, hairy transformation narrative featuring lycanthropy as a metaphor for coming of age.
CouchTuner
Examiner.com
Resource

November 14, 2014

A superhero-style origin story, only one that involves big, hairy, scary werewolves and some True Blood-style lunacy.
CouchTuner
Los Angeles Times
Resource

November 14, 2014

Swoopy-haired star Lucas Till makes for a credible young western-style hero, but even he's upended by the often silly, inconsistent story.
CouchTuner
New York Daily News
Resource

November 12, 2014

The first 30 minutes of this cheap-looking monster drama are admittedly rough going. But once the "Twilight"-meets-"Sons of Anarchy" silliness kicks in, there's a lovable lunacy at work.
CouchTuner