The Curse of Wolf Mountain – Movie Review
Director: David Lipper
Writer: Keli Price (Screenplay)
- Keli Price (Just Swipe)
- David Lipper (Dante’s Peak)
- Danny Trejo (Machete)
- Tobin Bell (Saw)
- Karissa Lee Staples (Necessary Roughness)
Plot: Aj begins having dreams of his parents’ death. He decides to go back to the spot where they were killed, accompanied by his brother and his brother’s family. But legend has it there is something mysterious roaming these woods.
Runtime: 1 Hour 36 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: The Curse of Wolf Mountain starts when AJ (Price) has been struggling with the nightmares around his parent’s death. His therapist suggests returning to the location with his family to see if it brings out more memories. AJ’s brother Max (Lipper) agrees to join him, along with their families. His wife Samantha (Staples), along with Max’s partner Lexi (Romero) and daughter Emma (Trevejo) and her boyfriend James (Rife).
As the group head into the mountain range, they find themselves being picked off by an unknown creature. They must face their former fears to understand what is happening. Only, can they make it off the mountain range before becoming the latest victims.
Verdict on The Curse of Wolf Mountain
The Curse of Wolf Mountain is a horror thriller following a family coming together to help a member face his past. They head to a mountain range where their parents died and find themselves dealing with a threat, they believe was a legend.
This is a woodland slasher that gets to deal with traumas from childhood. It uses a legend to create the horror elements involved in the movie. The introduction of a lot of characters gives us a big body count and a twist you wouldn’t see coming. With the remote location, it helps keep everything flowing nicely. Along with a couple of big names Tobin Bell and Danny Trejo give this horror something to make it stand out from the crowd.
Final Thoughts – The Curse of Wolf Mountain is a slasher with plenty of twists and blood.