Strange Nature (2018) | These waters are hiding a killer this October on VOD and DVD.

Strange Nature (2018)

Strange Nature

This October, It’s man versus nature when wrestling superstar John Hennigan and acclaimed actor Stephen Tobolowsky (‘’Silicon Valley’’, ‘’Deadwood’’) play ‘leapfrog’ with mutated amphibians in Ojala Productions’ highly-anticipated eco-thriller Strange Nature.

Strange Nature Synopsis:

Based on a true unsolved ecological mystery, thousands of hideously deformed frogs have turned up in the waters of Minnesota. As seen through the eyes of a one-hit wonder single-mother and her 11-year old son, a small town struggles with the unknown when the deadly mutations move beyond the ponds.

Movie Trailer:


Stephen Tobolowsky – Mayor Paulson
John Hennigan – Sam
Lisa Sheridan – Kim Sweet
Carlos Alazraqui – Greg
Tiffany Shepis – Tina Stevens
Jonah Beres – Brody
David Mattey – Joseph
Ann Hearn – Receptionist
Bruce Bohne – Chuck
Chalet Lizette Brannan – Michelle

Director: James Ojala Writer: James Ojala

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An American Werewolf in Paris (1997) | Things are about to get a little hairy.

An American Werewolf in Paris (1997)

An American Werewolf in Paris


An American man unwittingly gets involved with French werewolves who have developed a serum allowing them to transform at will.

Cast & Crew:

Tom Everett Scott – Andy McDermott
Julie Delpy – Serafine Pigot
Vince Vieluf – Brad
Phil Buckman – Chris
Julie Bowen – Amy Finch
Pierre Cosso – Claude
Thierry Lhermitte – Dr. Thierry Pigot
Tom Novembre – Inspector LeDuc
Maria Machado – Chief Bonnet

Director: Anthony Waller Writer: Tim Burns

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5


Mini Review:

I’m not 100% positive if this is a direct sequel to American Werewolf in London or not. I have read a few things that say Serafine’s parents are from the first one but I can’t be sure. Either way, I think this movie stands pretty good on its own two legs and is fine without being a sequel.

This is one of those movies from the 90s that I watched over and over, not all that many good movies came out in the 90s. I had a copy on VHS that I record off of Pay-Per-view so I watched it probably every couple of weeks. Still not as many times as I watched Scream though (800+ times).

This movie just landed on Amazon Prime, so if you never saw it before and you have AP I suggest you check it.

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