Director: Paul Hyett Cast: Ed Speleers, Shauna MacDonald, Sean Pertwee


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/30/2015
UPC: 5055002560422
Original Release: 2015
Source: Imports
Sales rank: 37,518

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ed Speleers Actor
Shauna MacDonald Actor
Sean Pertwee Actor
Elliot Cowan Actor
Holly Weston Actor
Amit Shah Actor
Rosie Day Actor
Calvin Dean Actor
Brett Goldstein Actor
Sam Gittins Actor
Ania Marson Actor
Duncan Preston Actor

Technical Credits
Paul Hyett Director
Raquel Azevedo Costumes/Costume Designer
Adam Biddle Cinematographer
Lee Brazier Executive Producer
Geoffroy Dedieu Executive Producer
Ricky Eyres Production Designer
Simon Foster Executive Producer
Paul E. Francis Score Composer
Martin Gentles Producer
Mark Huckerby Screenwriter
Ed King Producer
Agnieszka Liggett Editor
Nick Ostler Screenwriter
Manuel Puro Casting
Jenna Wrage Makeup

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Howl 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
triteusername More than 1 year ago
Howl is a good old fashioned creature feature with excellent practical effects. It's set on a red eye train running through the English forest, and does a good job of setting up its cast of canon fodder. Everybody's a stock type with a little something extra to make you either root for them later, or look forward to their death scene. Either way, you'll care. The only thing it really gets wrong is the same thing a lot of modern horror gets wrong: (minor spoiler, and YMMV) the survivor. Modern horror just does not get why classic horror watchers picked a certain trope, so they tend to screw that part up.