The Wolfman

The Wolfman

Director: Joe Johnston Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt

Blu-ray (Wide Screen / Uncensored / Edited)

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Universal Studios resurrects the classic lycanthrope with this tale of a man who experiences an unsettling transformation after he returns to his ancestral home in Victorian-era Great Britain and gets attacked by a rampaging werewolf. When Ben Talbot (Simon Merrells) vanishes into thin air, his brother Lawrence (Benicio Del Toro) returns to his family estate to investigate. Upon reuniting with his estranged father, Sir John Talbot (Anthony Hopkins), however, he discovers a destiny far darker than his blackest nightmares. Ben is dead; the victim of a savage attack by a beast that keeps the superstitious locals cowering in fear every time the moon shines bright in the sky. Shortly after discovering his brother's true fate, Lawrence swears to Ben's wife, Gwen (Emily Blunt), that he will bring her late husband's killer to justice. As a young boy, the untimely death of his mother caused Lawrence to grow up before his time. Though Lawrence had previously attempted to bury his pain in the past by leaving the quiet Victorian hamlet of Blackmoor behind, he discovers that you can't outrun fate when he's attacked by the very same nocturnal beast that claimed his brother. Not even recently arrived Scotland Yard inspector Aberline (Hugo Weaving) can dream up a rational explanation for the gruesome spell cast over Blackmoor, yet rumors of an ancient curse persist. According to legend, the afflicted will experience a horrific transformation by the light of the full moon. Now, the woman Talbot loves is in mortal danger, and in order to protect her he must venture into the moonlit woods and destroy the beast before it destroys her. But this isn't a typical hunt, because before the beast can be slain, a simple man will uncover a primal side of himself that he never knew existed. Screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker pens a film directed by Joe Johnston and featuring creature effects by special-effects makeup legend Rick Baker.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/01/2010
UPC: 0025195053327
Original Release: 2010
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:00:00
Sales rank: 9,064

Special Features

Deleted And Extended Scenes; ; Plus More Exclusive Features That Show How They Brought The Wolfman To Life

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Benicio Del Toro Lawrence Talbot
Anthony Hopkins Sir John Talbot
Emily Blunt Gwen Conliffe
Hugo Weaving Aberline
Art Malik Singh
Simon Merrells Ben Talbot
Gemma Whelan Gwen's Maid
Mario Marin-Borquez Young Lawrence
Asa Butterfield Young Ben
Cristina Contes Solana
Malcolm Scates Butcher
Nicholas Day Colonel Montford
Michael Cronin Dr. Lloyd
David Sterne Mr. Kirk
David Schofield Constable Nye
Roger Frost Reverend Fisk
Rob Dixon Squire Strickland
Clive Russell MacQueen
Oliver Adams Gypsy Boy
Geraldine Chaplin Maleva
Emil Hostina Gypsy Man/Bear Handler
Richard Baker Gypsy Man/First Killed
Emily Cohen Little Gypsy Girl
Jessica Manley Gypsy Mother
Dave Fisher Gypsy Man/Stones
Olga Fedori Young Gypsy Woman
Lorraine Hilton Mrs. Kirk
Antony Sher Dr. Hoenegger
John Owens Asylum Doctor #1
Barry McCormick Asylum Orderly
Jordan Coulson Wolf Boy
Ian Peck Creepy Guard
Richard James Asylum Doctor #2
David Keyes Custodian
Shaun Smith Carter
Jake Nightingale Police Officer #2
C.C. Smiff Police Officer #3
Anthony Debaeck Gypsy Driver

Technical Credits
Joe Johnston Director
Richard Baker Makeup Special Effects
Milena Canonero Costumes/Costume Designer
Bill Carraro Executive Producer
Sean Daniel Producer
Andrew Z. Davis Executive Producer
Benicio Del Toro Producer
John Dexter Art Director
Danny Elfman Score Composer
Phillip Harvey Art Director
Rick Heinrichs Production Designer
Priscilla John Casting
Shelly Johnson Cinematographer
Ryan Kavanaugh Executive Producer
Stratton Leopold Asst. Director,Co-producer
Jonathan Mone Executive Producer
Walter Murch Editor
Kathy Nelson Musical Direction/Supervision
David Self Screenwriter
Scott Stuber Producer
Dennis Virkler Editor
Andrew Kevin Walker Screenwriter
Richard Whelan Asst. Director
Suzie Wiesmann Production Manager
Rick Yorn Producer

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The Wolfman 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Brian-Jezuit More than 1 year ago
I love the myth of the Werewolf, & because of that, I'm very picky as to what werewolf films I'll watch &/or own in my collection. Some werewolf films that are considered classics, I consider film fodder. This, however, was amazing! The 2nd best werewolf film that I've ever seen (the 1st being the original The WolfMan w/ Lon Chaney Jr.). This is a true revisioning of the original-fitting that Universal produced it! The acting? Superb. The plot? Gripping. The makeup by the great Rick Baker? I have no words, see for yourself... W/out giving up any spoilers, I loved the 'twist' on the Sir John (Hopkins) character. When all is considered; plot, cast, production, FX, score (by the great Danny Elfman), screenplay, & direction this boosts into the atmosphere of Cinimatic Genius!
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Marty More than 1 year ago
Kudos to BN for shipping the DVD quickly. I ordered it, they shipped it, I received it 1,2,3. Excellent! But the movie itself? The focus was all about the Wolfman himself. The characters raced through the dialog as if in a hurry to get back to the graphics and the wolfman's ferocity. The movie could have focused equally well on character development instead of cutting so many vivid details out. If you want to know more about the characters, the setting, the motives, the sultry eroticism ... read the book. The movie omitted a lot of the sexuality that was presented in the book, skipping past it as if shy ... but blatant gore seemed to be wholly splayed onto the screen with indulgence. As for the movie, only Hugo Weaving seemed to be truly gripping in his role; he carried his dialog in a tone that was measured and precise; his poignant stare backed up his words. It is a movie that involves gore. I'll say that much. You'd better have a strong stomach for visuals of people gutted out ~ which I do and I give a three out of five based on graphics, Hugo's resolute presence, and Emily's passionate presentation in the final climactic cliff hanger.
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