The Howling

The Howling (1981)

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Karen, a TV anchor, is 'wired' in order to catch a killer/stalker who is enamored with her. She meets him in a porno booth, where he begins a transformation into a werewolf. The cops arrive in time and shoot him, but not with silver bullets. He will come back 3 days later.

Traumatized and amnesiac about the event, Karen goes to "The Colony" to recuperate.

Guy Holladay

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After Karen has a nightmare on the couch, Bill comes in and comforts her. Karen's grip on Bill's shoulders changes between shots. The position of her head changes too.



In the scene where the man is looking for books and stuff about werewolves, there is is a man standing there looking at "Famous Monsters of Filmland." That is Forrest J. Ackerman, the man who created "Famous Monsters."