Horror Flick of the Week: Company of Wolves (1984)


Little Red Riding Hood. A story told in a dozen different ways, exploring everything from the loss of innocence to the dangers of trusting strange man-wolves. ‘Company of Wolves’ is the single best film adaptation of this story that I have ever seen, and likely will ever see. It can not be remade, because it is one of those few magical reels of celluloid which captures the true darkness of fairy tales in the most incredible way.

Starring Sarah Patterson in one of her few roles, this is a magnificent movie. It’s beautiful. Dark. Disturbing. Intriguing. It is an incredible movie, and that is why it is this week’s selection.


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