Synopsis: A werewolf virus is unleashed upon New York, and Major Hoffman looks for a cure while Lt. General Monning wants to establish a new canine army.
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Alexander Yellen
Production: The Asylum
88 min


ladies and gentlemen.

For your own safety,

we'd like to remind you

not to leave anything

unattended today.

Your attention, please.

May I have

your attention, please?

Yeah, honey, I should be

down in just a moment.

The plane just landed.

You gotta be kidding me.

Restricted items?

That's ridiculous.

Sir, I need you to calm down.

I know what I'm

allowed to bring in.

I've read these rules and

regulations a million times.

I missed you so much.

You're my angel.

What do you mean,

flight's delayed?

I don't care about

seeing the port.

Well, that was

Big Ben in Europe.

Who cares?

What's going on?

Can someone tell me?

Babe, you need to chill.

Let me speak

to your supervisor.

So why did you

even bother coming?


Surround the perimeter.

Go! Go! Go!

Go! Go! Go!

When did it happen?

Started around 8:30 this morning,

Mr. President,

and it's still happening.

Contact General Mooning


He's already been sent in, sir,

along with detachments

from the 75th Ranger Regiment

and the 24th STS.

We've also contacted USAMRIID.

All units,

I want every entrance and exit sealed.

No one gets out.

That means every damn tunnel,

doorway, skyway and jetway.

Major Hoffman, sir,

there's been an attack on JFK.

What's the chemical agent?

Well, we... we don't

really know, sir.

The Army's dropping in men.

But, look, sir, the reports

coming in are unbelievable.

There's a chopper

standing by right now

to take you to New York.

Okay. Well, you hold down the fort, Rog.

Thanks, man.

...deemed a suspicious person.


7-8-3-5. Code 6.

Colonel Falcons, come in.

Yes, sir.

We don't know what

we're dealing with yet,

so I want you to use gas only.

Keep the casualties

to a minimum.

Yes, sir.

Take us down.

Gas detonated, General.

Good. Standing by.

Let them go!

Let them go! Let them go!

Let them go!

Let them go!

Let them go! Let them go!

Name and age?

Listen to me. This...

This is my fault.

Name and age, ma'am?

It doesn't matter

what my damn name is.

I was bitten by a wolf.

I want you to calm down.

Listen to me.

My name is Donna Voorhees.

I'm 28 years old.

I... I was bitten.

I know. I know everybody

who was bitten.

I want you to take this.

It's gonna keep your heart rate down.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

Whoa, whoa, whoa!

Whoa, whoa, whoa!

What do you want?

What do you want?

You can't do this.

Get down.

I'm an American citizen!

I have rights!

On the ground now!

Get down, or we will shoot you!

Hands up!

Now! On the ground!

You don't understand.

It... It was before any of...

Tag him. Get him inside.

Let's go, people!

Keep it moving!

Did they kill it?

No, of course not.

Now take this.

Your right arm, please.

This is your microchip.

It's for your safety

as well as ours.

Now just hang in there.


Keep it moving.

Let's go! Let's go!

This ain't no parade.

Come on.

Keep it going.

Keep it going.

On your feet, sweetheart.

I'm sorry. I think the pills...

I said up!


Get your hands off me!

Stand down, Corporal!

Did you hear me?

I said stand down.

Are you okay?

All right, come on. Let's get you

someplace where you can lie down.

I see you mistreating these patients again,


and I will have

your court-martialed

so fast your head will spin.

Do you understand me?

Yes, sir.

We need to keep

these people calm,

keep their heart rates down

and keep everybody safe.

Come on.

Thank you, Captain.

You okay?


All right.

Steady as she goes.

Here we go. Okay.

Lay back.

There you go.

Just relax, okay?

Look at that.

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Shane Van Dyke

Shane Van Dyke (born August 28, 1979) is an American television and film actor, film director, and screenwriter. He is known for making "mockbuster" films, movies designed to capitalize on the success of a more popular film. more…

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