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Wolf Mountain

The Curse of Wolf Mountain

USA 2022
produced by
David Lipper, Kipp Tribble, Keli Price, Kenny Yates, Joshua Santana, Steve Gentry (executive), Robert A. Daly jr (executive), Justin L. Levine (executive), Ram Paul Silbey (executive), David Briner (executive) for Latigo Films, Northern Productions, HickLip Productions
directed by David Lipper
starring Keli Price, Karissa Lee Staples, David Lipper, Malu Trevejo, Matt Rife, Fernanda Romero, Eddie McClintock, Danny Trejo, Kenny Yates, Kipp Tribble, Amaris Davidson, Abdelhameed 'Dooley' Ibrahim, Tobin Bell, Geoff Samuels, Steve Gentry, Stephen Belafonte, Jennifer Leon, Dakota Michael, Giosué Bottini, Nicole Arlyn, Joshua Santana
written by Keli Price, music by Stephen Edwards

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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20 years ago, Aj (Keli Price) has witnessed his parents die on Wolf Mountain - but has no memory of it at all. However, the event comes up in his nightmares of late, so frequently actually that he seeks help from psychiatrist Dr. Avery (Tobin Bell) - who fails to help Aj to a breakthrough, so he suggests for Aj to visit Wolf Mountain in hopes for the encounter to finally trigger some memories. Aj doesn't go alone though, he brings with him his wife Samantha (Karissa Lee Staples), his brother Max (David Lipper), Max's wife Lexi (Fernanda Romero), Lexi's sister Emma (Malu Trevejo) and her boyfriend James (Matt Rife) - after all, there is such a thing as safety in numbers. But he first night their safety isn't much of a concern - sure they happen across bankrobbers Eddie (Danny Trejo) and Joe (Kenny Yates) eager to bury their loot, but they try their best to stay out of our heroes' hair. Thing is, the next morning Aj and Samantha find all their friends gone, later find their corpses by the by, run into Joe who accuses them of having killed his partner before being killed himself, and find themselves on the run from a masked man who's pretty handy at axe throwing and with a crossbow ...


Now granted, I'm not the biggest fan of slasher movies, but Curse of Wolf Mountain has certain elements to break up the mold quite a bit inasmuch as it gives its lead characters legitimate motivation to be where they are and do what they're doing, motivation that ties right back into the key mystery of the film - which is ultimately resolved in a very unexpected way. And despite having all the suspense, all the jump scares, and all the violence in all the right spots, the film manages to keep the audience guessing throughout. And a genre-savvy directorial effort and a relatable cast playing relatable characters help to bring this one to life rather beautifully, making it a very cool genre ride.


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