Return of 'The Wolfman'

Synopsis: This making-of piece offers the cast and crew discussing their ambitions to update the Wolfie franchise as it explores some of the underlying themes surrounding the werewolf myth and how filmmakers tried to bring them to the surface.
Year:
2010
12 min
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Even a man who is pure in heart

and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf

when the wolf's bane blooms,

and the autumn moon is bright..

Show yourself!

I know you are out there!

Help!

Help me!

Somebody help me!

Help!

THE WOLFMAN:

Dear Mr Talbot, I believe your brother

has mentioned me in his correspondence,

I'm Gwen Conliffe, Ben's fiance.

I'm writing to inform you

of your brother's disappearance.

He's been missing now for several weeks

and we fear the worst.

It has come to my attention that you are currently here,

in England, with your theatre company,

but that you'll return to America soon.

I uderstand that you've not spoken

to your family in many years.

But I implore you to help us find Ben.

Please, come home, to Talbot Hall.

Hello?

Sampson!

Lawrence?

Hello father.

Lo and behold...

The prodigal son returns.

Hope you are not expecting the fatted calf.

Stay!

We don't have many visitors.

- You seem well.

I've often wondered what you'd look like.

You've come about your brother up here?

Stay.

Yes...

Miss Conliffe learned that I was in London.

Sampson!

- And sent me a letter,

saying that Ben had dissapeared.

Thought I'd offer my help.

- Yes, that's a splendid idea.

Lawrence, a splendid idea,

but too late, I'm afraid.

Unfortunately, your brother's body was found

in the ditch, by the Priory Road, yesterday morning.

I assume you have something to wear

for the funeral.

Sir John!

Do you remember my son?

Lawrence... Singh, my servant.

Master Lawrence.

It's nice to see you Lawrence.

It's good that you are here.

Has Miss Conliffe been notified?

She's upstairs in her bedroom, asleep.

Where are they keeping Ben's body?

Your father instructed me to bury your

brother's effects with him.

Seems a shame.

Thank you.

I wouldn't Sir, it's a...

I missed his whole life.

Maybe it wasn't the beast at all?

But a cunning murderer...

Someone who bore a grudge against one of these men,

to misdirect the authorities, he kills the men,

...and then he tears up the bodies

to make it look like the wild beast was responsible.

Ridiculous! Who will go to such lengths?

- What about that gypsie's dancing bear, he could have done it.

That mangy thing?

Kill three men?, I doubt it.

I saw the bodies with my own eyes.

Unnatural wounds.

Most unnatural.

Made by a felon creature I'd say.

Damn Gypsies, wandering the countryside,

bringing their deviltry with them.

They show up and upon two weeks later this happens!

My guess is Ben Talbot went to their camp...

...to whack it off with a gypsy whore.

The bear gets hold of him,

and they dump what's left of him in the ditch.

- It's got nothing to do with the Gypsies.

Twenty-five years ago now,

...my Pa found him...

...Quinn Noddy and all his flock...

Brains, and guts, and God knows what, lying

all over the moor for a quarter mile.

And Quinn, the look on his face...

...like he'd be eaten alive.

Whatever did it,

it was big... had claws,

and didn't mind a load of buckshot.

After that...my Pa went home

and melted down my Ma's wedding spoons,

and casts silver bullits of them.

Wouldn't leave the house

on the full moon, from that night.

I still say that bear's to blame.

Can I help you, Sir?

I was hoping to have a word with Miss Conliffe.

Just a moment, Sir.

Miss Conliffe ...

I am Lawrence.

- I know who you are.

I'm sorry we're meeting like this.

These were Ben's,

He would want you to have them.

If there's anything you need,

anything at all... Please let me know....

I want to know what happened to him.

I'll do everything I can.

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