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Plot Details For Paul Hyett’s Werewolf Thriller ‘Howl’!

Full Moon imageWe’ve been covering the upcoming werewolf thriller Howl, pretty closely and now we have some plot details for the film to share with all you fans out there. The film is directed by makeup effects artist/director Paul Hyett (The Seasoning House). Take a look at all the details we have right now for the film below.

There’s no word on a release date as of yet for the film, but keep checking back and as soon as we know, we’ll be sure to report it.

Howl is written by Mark Huckerby and Nick Ostler. Paul Hyett is directing. The film stars Ed Speleers, Holly Weston, Elliot Cowan, Amit Shah, Shauna Macdonald, Rosie Day and Sean Pertwee.

Plot Synopsis

Joe, a young ticket-collector, is riding the last train out of London on a dark and stormy night along with a meager bunch of passengers. When the train brakes violently and comes to a sudden halt deep in the middle of a forest, it seems they have hit something on the line. But when the driver ventures out to investigate he never returns, leaving the passengers in a state of panic – particularly when Joe sees the driver’s mutilated body outside the carriage.

Realising there’s something dangerous lurking in the forest, Joe tells the passengers to make barricades to secure themselves in the carriage but soon the deadly creature is stalking the besieged train and smashing through their defences, picking them off one-by-one. Joe rallies his ‘pack’ of passengers to fight back. During a vicious battle they manage to kill the creature, revealing it to be a hideous mutated fusion of human and wild animal – a werewolf. However, celebrations are cut short when they hear more howls coming from the forest…

Howl teaser poster

Written by Michael Juvinall

I am a Horror journalist, producer, ravenous Horror fiend, aficionado of the classic Universal Monsters, Hammer Horror, Werewolves, and all things Horror.

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