We close out ’70s Wolfmen Week with this oddity (which, unlike yesterday’s subject, is available on DVD). Genre-crossing films were a lot rarer back then, although this film is a lot like Robert Quarry’s Deathmaster, made during the same period only with werewolves instead of vampires. The pace is pretty slow and the scenes with the cult are intentionally dreamlike. It kind of worked for me, but I know others who were quite bored with it. The film also early on developed a bad rep among monster movie fans as one of those pictures that really stinted on the monster stuff. As you can see, the make-up is pretty elaborate and actually quite good, seemingly an early prototype for Naschy’s werewolves. Ironically, the quality of the make-up probably meant they couldn’t afford to use it that often. Bonus points for having the always interesting Severn Darden in the cast.