Globe and Mail call Ashley McKenzie’s Werewolf “one of the all-time-great Canadian first films”

Werewolf / Link to The Globe and Mail

Check out The Globe and Mail’s review of Werewolf from writer/director Ashley McKenzie and producer Nelson MacDonald (both NSI Drama Prize).

In his review Barry Hertz describes the film as “a calling card on par with Atom Egoyan’s Next of Kin, Guy Maddin’s Tales from the Gimli Hospital, Don Owen’s Nobody Waved Good-bye and, more recently, Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant.”

NSI nominated Werewolf (formerly Train Whistle Does Not Blow) for the Telefilm Canada Micro-Budget Production Program in 2015.

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