Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Veteran independent filmmaker Kevin J. Lindenmuth produced this tripartite werewolf anthology for his Brimstone label, as well as directing one of the episodes. The first tale is "Blood Reunion," directed by Bruce G. Hallenbeck (Vampyre). It stars Tony Luna as horror writer Edward Sparrow, who returns home to his small town and tries to romance the girl of his dreams (Mary Kay Hilko). Unfortunately, her religious zealot grandmother and a werewolf killing-spree that places Sparrow under suspicion interferes with his plans. Lindenmuth's story -- closely paralleling his 1995 feature Addicted to Murder -- is "Old Blood," featuring cult favorite Sasha Graham (The Vicious Sweet) as a plain Jane who wants her shapeshifting lesbian lover (Mia Borrelli) to turn her into a werewolf. Joe Bagnardi (Shadow Tracker) wraps things up with "Manbeast," with Hallenbeck being pursued through the woods by a pair of hunters who think he's a werewolf.
killing-spree, on-the-run, suspicion, mistaken-identity, suspect, evidence, lesbianism, tracking [following]