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William Brent Bell's lycan horror Wer howling onto DVD in September

Jul. 10, 2014by: Kevin Woods
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It's been many moons since we last heard any word on WER, the new lycan horror tale from THE DEVIL INSIDE director William Brent Bell that stars AJ Cook, Simon Quaterman, Vin Sahay and Brian J. O’Connor. It was way back in September of last year when we first brought you the poster for the film, followed a month later with our exclusive trailer debut for the werewolf tale. But since that time news on WER has been pretty much non-existant and we've been wondering when we'd finally be able to check the film out. Well, we can wonder no more as Universal Studios Home Entertainment will be dropping the film on DVD on September 23. Now that's news worth howling at the moon over!

Directed by Bell, the film went into production in 2012, and throughout 2013 we waited for release date news from the project’s original theatrical distributor, Film District. While the film opened in a few international territories, we never saw it hit North American theaters and it seemingly disappeared from any release schedule for quite some time. The trailer was intriguing enough so we were stoked to check it out. Now we'll get that chance as the film will hit DVD on September 23 from USHE (you can pre-order it HERE). While no special features for the disc have been announced at this time, we're just happy that we'll finally get to check out the film itself.

WER takes place in Paris and deals with the gruesome slaying of an American family. An attorney attempts to mount a defense for the lead suspect in the crime, but things get hairy when she discovers he's actually a werewolf.

Pre-order WER on DVD HERE.

Extra Tidbit: Were you looking forward to checking out WER? Are you excited that it's finally coming our way?

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3:00PM on 07/10/2014

Movie isn't bad

Having already seen it, this movie isn't nearly as bad as I had expected. I despise found footage but this really isn't your typical found footage. Instead, it combines moments where it is found footage with your more standard cinematic style. The story is pretty interesting and the performances are mostly good.
Having already seen it, this movie isn't nearly as bad as I had expected. I despise found footage but this really isn't your typical found footage. Instead, it combines moments where it is found footage with your more standard cinematic style. The story is pretty interesting and the performances are mostly good.
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