Not to be confused with Werewolf Women of the S.S.

Break out the flea collars, because Howling 2: Your Sister is a Werewolf is The Greatest Movie EVER!

Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring special guest host Keith Allison from Teleport City.

Review in a Nutshell:  Featuring titanium bullets, new wave rockers, and an eight thousand year old werewolf matriarch, Howling 2: Your Sister is a Werewolf is a stupifyingly terrible film.  It’s the cinematic equivalent of being hit in the helmet by a morningstar-wielding midget.  Watch it with someone you love.

This movie contains:

Christopher Lee in Raver Shades.

Black Magic.

Force Lightning.

Ugly American Tourism.



  1. guyalice says:

    Thanks for the extra at the end, I had been missing the audio clips you used include as openers and the like. And wow, that song is amazingly bad

  2. Eduardo M. says:

    Would Christopher Lee hate me if I told him he actually looks good in the shades? Is this something that would make him join the ghost of Laurence Olivier in beating the $#!@ out of me?

    on another note, Midget with a Morningstar sounds like a card from Magic; the Gathering.

    Was that the song from the movie playing at the end of the podcast? I think I can understand why they had Sybil danning ripping her shirt off to it. It sounds like the kinda song you’d have a woman rip her shirt off to.

  3. Keith says:

    That’s the song all right. Unfortunately, the many times I’ve put it on and said to some cute goth girl who’d caught my eye, “Well, baby, get to bodice ripping” it hasn’t worked out the way I hoped.

    Incidentally, this movie was on Chiller last Thursday night, and I stayed up and watched the whole damn thing yet again.

    Christopher Lee in his new wave sunglasses cuts a more imposing image than the time someone decided to hip hop up Peter Cushing.

  4. Ian says:

    Now you need to watch Waxworks II: Lost in Time and Fright Night Part 2. Those are both pretty good movies though … hmmm.

  5. Skriitka says:

    Hi from the Czech Republic, a good part of this movie was shot in our little town of Cesky Krumlov and yes, it was in quite the state of disrepair at the time. I only watched it recently with my brother and it was really funny, and also weirdly nostalgic, because this was what the town looked back when we were little. The rundown houses, the trashcans on the streets… now it’s a shiny touristy town with too many souvenir shops. My brother actually saw this by accident in the nineties. He was really surprised when the “dark country” of Transylvania turned out to be the town where we live.

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