Movies To See Before You Die: “An American Werewolf in London”

Mike Frohwein

Mike Frohwein, also known as The Mike to some, is a Midwestern film freak who writes about horror, genre, and cult cinema at his blog, From Midnight, With Love. Aside from horror, he's an avid fan of Alfred Hitchcock, classic Hollywood cinema, and the occasional big budget action film. Mike is also an obsessive DVD collector, and hopes to one day have a room for his movies.

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3 Responses

  1. KingofPain says:

    An American Werewolf in London was a game-changer for me back in the day. It had a big influence on my movie tastes for years, and is one of the first horror films that I really enjoyed. It wasn’t until I saw Evil Dead II years later that my interest in horror would again increase so dramatically. (Landis even influenced my taste in comedies with ¡Three Amigos!, so I owe this guy some respect.)

    For some reason, I haven’t watched American Werewolf in years, but is still deserves an exalted position among my favorites. I need to give it a fresh look. It’s waaaaay better than Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland, that’s for sure. It’s probably even better than the Evil Dead flicks (at least Army of Darkness).

  2. EquityDiversity says:

    As someone who writes articles for Flickchart, someone who is always the go-to guy in my circle of friends when a movie question needs answering, and as someone who thinks highly of themselves when it comes to my taste in movies, I have to say I must sorely be missing something.

    I’ve seen snippets and a few minutes of An American Werewolf in London on tv in the past, but I never felt it was a film deserving of any attention. However, the way you’ve put it here Mike, it sounds like it’s obviously worth watching!

  1. February 10, 2011

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