Desert Wolf is a throwback to the fun, scary horror creature features of the 1980’s, in the vein of werewolf classics The Wolf Man (1941) and Wolf (1994). The film follows a series of vicious attacks that occur in a small Arizona town. The residents are terrified for their lives, as the death toll rises with each full moon. Their sheriff hunts down the beast responsible for the carnage.
We first got a taste of Beau Yotty’s work with last years, Unearthed: The Curse of the Nephthys. Which was a little slow burn for me, maybe because I wasn’t really sure what was really trying to be executed. That was until Tessa and I had the privilege to actually chat with Beau Yotty himself, and it was from there we really got to know what and how he creates his own stories to make them work.
Now let’s get into his latest piece of cinema, Desert Wolf. Shot in Arizona, Beau Yotty set’s out to create something nostalgic. Does he execute the film successfully? I believe he did, because of the throw back to the older films.
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