Simon (Johnny Pozzi) is a pretty great guy, he's always considerate of
others, never pushy, and essentially, he couldn't hurt a fly. And he
thought that coming out as gay would be the hardest thing that he has ever
gone through - that is, until a one-night stand (James Tison) turned him
into a werewolf. Since then, he has become more and more of a recluse to
prevent himself from hurting others, and he takes a busload of valium
these days just to remain knocked out during full moon. But a couple of
his friends (Talley Gale, Lucas Brahme) have decided that he needs to get
among people again before long, thus they have decided to create a Tinder
profile for him and document his adventures in the dating game on film ...
charming little movie that sheds an original light on the werewolf theme,
making it less horror but putting it on an interpersonal level while
making a subtle statement on conceptions and mis-conceptions of
LGBT-lifestyle as such, and in a manner that isn't just moronic but blends
comedy and drama for maximum impact but minimal theatrics. And of course,
a strong cast and clever screenplay don't hurt one bit ...