The Howling: New Moon Rising (1995) (part 3 of 11)

Back at Church of LaVey, night has fallen. Father LaVey tells the Inspector, “The being that killed that man is none other than our adversary, the Devil, in a lycanthropic manifestation!”

The Inspector, standing and hunched over, asks, “You want to subtitle that for me, Father?”

The priest says it was a werewolf that killed the man. Squinting harder than Gilbert Gottfried staring into the sun, the Inspector sits down in disbelief. He says, “I knew it was gonna be a bad day when I got up this morning!”

The Howling: New Moon Rising (1995) (part 3 of 11)

“Ching ching! Chong chong! I do a good Asian impression, huh, Father?”

Inexplicably, we cut to several rows of people in cowboy hats and tied-up shirts, and oh God, they’re… They’re… They’re… l-l-li-line-dancing!! The horror! Line dancing, in a werewolf movie! Somebody tell me this isn’t really happening.

And even worse, this has also got to be about the most depressing scene of line dancing ever filmed. What’s with all the dour and stoic expressions? And why are they all in the dark?

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Multi-Part Article: The Howling: New Moon Rising (1995)

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