Dark Moon Rising

Synopsis: In this first installment of the werewolf trilogy, we follow a group of shape-shifting werewolves that appear in a small town in search of a mysterious girl who is re-born once every 2000 years. In order to save their kind from the brink of extinction, they must capture her before she becomes a full fledged Lycan and reclaim her place as the Alpha species. Unknown to them however lurks yet another of her kind secretly living in the same small town. If they can capture both, then they would have the power to control a new species of werewolves and enslave the human race.
Genre: Fantasy
Director(s): Justin Price
Production: Pikchure Zero Entertainment
124 min

That's impossible.

That's impossible.

This is gonna hurt.

Just finish me!

What are you waiting for?

The moment of clarity.


Between the prey...

and the hunter.


A powerful agent of affliction.

To those of weaker status.

But you know this, don't you, Vasha?


Please spare my family.

But we are your family now.

And I assure you,

no harm will come to us.

I don't know where she is.

I know.

I know.

Your death shall light the fire.

Go to hell!

Chase, what are you doing out here, bro,

it's major patty fest inside.

Mark, you gotta stop doing that.

Dude, it's a Lambda Omega Lambda party,

and you're out here doodling?

Listen, I know you got back

in town and stuff, but...

you really need to know the things

they're calling us around school.

One two three foreskin,

butt buddies,

and my personal favorite...

two pricks for sure-a.

Listen, if you don't go

inside there right now,

you might as well kill me because...

what you're doing right now,

as your roommate,

you're committing social murder, okay?

You... you're a murderer.

Butt buddies.

Kinda dumb if you ask me.

God, after all I just said...

Listen, it's literally the temple

of poon inside there

and you're out here talking to yourself.


What were you looking at anyway?


When I came outside to talk to you,

you looked like

a brain dead mule or something.

I... gotta go.

Man, don't do this to me, man.

Not right now, come on.

At least grab a titty or something!


Same feeling as before.

Why can't I control it?

What's happening to me?

To lure its prey, to take its place.

That was its final request.

What do these last words mean?

That last quote...

from Le Wolf.

What does it mean? Anybody?

Maybe he felt that in order to survive,

it must sacrifice itself to live.

But it's stronger than the prey.

I think it's a metaphor.

How so, Chase?

If you know anything about lycanthropy,

then you know that being able

to transform into a wolf

doesn't automatically...

induce the terminology werewolf.

In fact, the creature described

in the story, walking on two legs,

is more of that of a lycan.

Expand, Chase.

I think in many ways

the Lycan is the prey.

Very good. Good, Chase.

The Lycan, as you call it,

is vulnerable.

It's fragile in its vulnerability

and it became clear

that to truly understand

this vulnerability,

it must allow itself to be the prey.

It needed the prey to save it

from what it was meant to be.

What an interesting young man here.

In the over 2,000 year history

of this story,

no one has ever gotten

the metaphor correct.

I think I heard something.


No, I'm serious.

I think I heard something.

I guess I'll go check it out.

Hey, are any scary

creepy things out here?

- James!

- All right, all right.

Are there any wild animals out here?


No! Hey, no!



James, this isn't funny.

Chaz, what the hell?

Where's James?

You mean the wolfman?

Yeah, get that sh*t, bro.

Oh, someone help me,

I've been taken advantage of

by the big bad wolfman.

You like 'em cheap.

Scary enough for her.

I think it got me more hot

than one man can handle.

Hear that, Chaz?

Yeah, I heard her.

What are you waiting for?

Oh, my God!

You should be a bit more careful.

Are you out of your mind?

Stay in tonight.

You never know who's watching.

Let me help.

Oh, thanks, I think I got it.

You're Amy, right?

Yes. We have Literature together,

I sit three rows down from you.

I sit three rows down from you?

Stalk much, Amy?

Way to come off like a weirdo.

I noticed you weren't in class today.

Are you busy working on your end

of the year assignment?

Oh, yeah, actually, I was thinking

about working on that later.

Nice save, Amy, you're back in the game!

Well, if you're not busy

later on tonight,

there's this really cool

underground rave.

It's not too far away from Lankley

and a lot of the surrounding counties...

you know, people

from all over sort of...

get together and it's...

it's really different.

Thanks, I'll check that out.

Oh, and there's this historic bridge

past the old Willows off 27.

You know, for... for your project.

- Thanks, I might check that out.

- There you go.

I'm sorry, did you say something?

No, just...

See you tonight.


I wonder what happened

in the woods that night.

What could do that to human flesh?

Is it the same girl as before?

Don't turn around.

Hey, sorry, I was just...

I... what do you want?

I just...

Look down, don't look at me.

You're not like them.

What the hell was that about?

Hey, Chase, where are you, man?

He doesn't seem to get it.

He's gonna get himself killed.

Hey, wait a second.

Why'd you pull me away from my friends?

You have no idea

when to be quiet, do you?

What's your name?

As in...

Who the hell are you?

There it is again.

Your inability to not speak.

Are you gonna walk me home or what?

I'm Chase.


I'm Le Dawn.

Wait, do you mean just Dawn

because Le Dawn seems a bit strange.

Okay, so call me what you want then

since Chase is so much better.

No, I was just saying

maybe I didn't hear you correctly.

Look, Dawn's the only name

I can hear in my head, okay?


Dawn... it's nice to meet you.

Now do you mind telling me

why you pulled me out of that party?

Because I needed someone

to walk me home.

Yeah, well, I don't get

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