Survival Horror “Werewolf” Coming To Blu-ray & DVD In November

Called a “throat ripping coming-of-age horror fable” by the Daily Mirror, the Polish World War II-set film takes real life historical events to give the holocaust a new kind of monster.

Werewolf, Adrian Panek’s allegorical wartime thriller, will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on November 18, 2019. Called a “throat ripping coming-of-age horror fable” by the Daily Mirror, the Polish World War II-set film takes real life historical events to give the holocaust a new kind of monster.

Part coming of age drama, part survival thriller, the film finds a number of children hiding in a secluded villa after escaping a concentration camp. Their lives are not out of anger as sadistic SS officers have let loose bloodthirsty dogs to capture and kill them.

Described as a “thematically rich combination of coming-of-age drama, wartime thriller and horror movie” by Stephen Dalton of the Hollywood Reporter, Werewolf sees Hanka, a former concentration camp survivor, become the guardian of these children after they are liberated from the Gross-Rosen camp.

The horrors they witnessed are not easily forgotten and the Alsatians – now feral and hungry – roam the nearby forest looking for prey.

The DVD and Blu-ray releases come with a limited edition collector’s booklet featuring a new essay by film critic Dr. Anton Bitel.

Werewolf will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on November 18, 2019.

Amilia Totten
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