Horror movies typically don’t open with quotes from legendary nice guy Mr. Rogers. That is, unless the film in question found the beloved children’s TV star going on a murderous rampage after spending his entire career tamping all that anger down and finally letting it loose... or something. Werewolves Within, the sophomore feature from Josh Ruben (Shudder’s well-received Scare Me), is not that story. But it’s just as wild and crazy, the initially confusing choice of quotation setting the stage eloquently for the gleeful madness to come.
As Ruben's title advises, this is a werewolf movie. There’s a vicious attack early on that, although nothing is actually shown onscreen, chills the blood just as keenly as the snow-cover