Thursday, October 16, 2014

Wer (2014) Horror Movie Review

Movie: Wer (2014)
Genre: Horror
Director: William Brent Bell
Writers: William Brent Bell (screenplay), Matthew Peterman (screenplay)
Stars: A.J. Cook, Sebastian Roché, Vik Sahay
















Wer (2014) is a horror movie about a man who is suspected to have murdered several people brutally. His defense attorney is initially in complete denial of him being capable of killing at all. The murders are deemed incapable of a human beings attack and the bodies found are severely mutilated as if they were fed upon. To the horrors of the attorney and a few doctors it is soon found that the suspect is in fact suffering from some sort of a disease that makes him possess superhuman physical powers and agility. Could it be true that he turned into a werewolf every night or is it another kind of syndrome. You should see it to find out.

Sebastian Roche' was very convincing as the killing machine in this horror flick. He gave a mean performance as both the innocent, quiet, abnormal son of an old woman and the monster that was hidden beneath that innocence. A.J Cook looked hot and her acting was also very accomplished and convincing. Vik Sahay gave a good solid performance and held his own in a side role that demanded a seasoned performance.

All in all Wer is a scary and thought provoking horror film that is slightly unique in its treatment of the man-monster genre.

Rating: 3.5/5      

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