10 Reasons Why “An American Werewolf In London” Is A Horror Classic

Patently unsettling and well made, An American Werwolf In London also strikes a uniquely fine balance between horror and humour...

John Landis’ Idea For “An American Werewolf In London 2” Is Absolutely Brilliant

Producer Michael Kuhn hated Landis' pitch to the detriment of fans eager for more...
Posted On 23 Nov 2017

Classic Scenes #9: An American Werewolf In London (1981)

Top 10 Films’ Classic Scenes looks at some of cinema's most memorable moments that live long in the minds of every audience that has witnessed them.

Top 10 Monsters I Don’t Want To Find In My Closet

Picture this. You’re alone. It's stormy outside. Rain thrashes at the windows, wind rocks the house, lighting strikes, thunder roars. You go to the wardrobe for a warm blanket and hiding in there is…

“I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house in!”

Round-up of our werewolf reviews and top 10 list. February saw Top 10 Films spend a little time with a group of mythological beasties that like to come out when the moon is full.

Top 10 Werewolf Movies

The werewolf movie. A genre that has stuttered its way through the decades with films ranging from the sublime (An American Werewolf In London) to the distinctly average (Cursed) to the ridiculous (My Mom's A Werewolf). There has always...

Top 10 John Landis Films

Most audiences today won’t have heard of the name John Landis. They would have heard of “Coming To America” and “The Blues Brothers” but it’s unlikely they recognise the talent behind the lens. That’s because Landis has become one of Hollywood’s forgotten star directors. Legal...

He’ll make you laugh, then he’ll make you scream: The Films of John Landis

“An American Werewolf In London” is the film that I remember most distinctly as a child. It’s partly because I knew I wasn’t allowed to watch it, partly because it scared me so much. It’s only later in life that I fully appreciate the frightening influence it had on me – the...
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