Director Andres Muschetti, with whose names hopes for a revival of the horror genre have been pinned recently, named a classic movie, the remake of which he would agree to shoot in the first place. According to Geek Tyrant, this is a cult tape called "Howl."
The tape was created by Joe Dante and released in 1981. In the story, a journalist from Los Angeles, trying to deal with stress after a joint hunt for a serial killer with the police, decides to heed the doctor's advice and go to a secluded commune to rest and restore her nervous system. But the inhabitants of this village keep a terrible secret: they are werewolves.
The movie became famous, among other things, because of the impressive special effects for its time, illustrating the transformation of a man into a wolf. The first part was followed by not so successful sequels. For example, in 2011, the audience was presented with an unrelated movie called "Howl: Rebirth", released immediately on digital media.
Andres Muschetti won the recognition of viewers and professionals after the release of the movie "Mama". In 2017, he movieed the work "It" by Stviven King, in the fall of 2019 he intends to present its sequel.
The Topic of Article: Andres Muschetti wants to movie a new version of Howl.