Strippers vs. Werewolves (2011)

UK, 2011
93m
digital video, colour, 2.39:1
stereo, English

A British horror film directed by Jonathan Glendening.

Plot Summary

A werewolf is accidentally killed in a strip club and the women who work there are targeted by the rest of his vengeful wolf pack.

Credits

Crew
Directed by: Jonathan Glendening
© 2011 Bad Wolf Films
Kaleidoscope Film Distribution presents in association with The Fyzz Facility and The Mews a Black and Blue Films production
Executive Producers: Spencer Pollard, Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones, Martin Kemp
Produced by: Jonathan Sothcott, Simon Phillips, Patricia Rybarczyk, Gareth Mullaney, Ciaran Mullaney, Billy Murray
Associate Producers: Will Horn, Dimitri Hadjihari, Caroline Stern, David Kyte, Gemma Godfrey, Jonatha Feuer, Simon Lewis, Sarah Peters, Motti Colman
Writer: Pat Higgins
Screenplay: Phillip Barron, Pat Higgins
Based on Strippers Versus Werewolves Written by: Pat Higgins
Based on Strippers Versus Werewolves Screenplay by: Phillip Barron
Director of Photography: David Meadows
Edited by: Richard Colton
Original Music: Neil Chaney
Sound Recordists: Jake Whitelee, Marc Spectre
Costume Designer: Millie Sloan
Make Up Artists: Emma Watte, Lucy King, Alice Greenek, Jess Pallott, Rosie Lack, Seda Polat, Agnieszka Kukulska
Special Make Up & Prosthetics Designer: Kristyan Mallett
SFX Supervisor: Barry O’Brien
Visual FX Supervisor: Marcus Millichope
VFX: Filmgate
GFX: Mews London
Production Designer: Sophie Wyatt

Cast
Ali Bastian (Dani)
Marc Bayliss (Carlos)
Martin Compston (Scott)
Sarah Douglas (Jeanette)
Alan Ford (Harry)
Billy Murray (Jack Ferris)
Barbara Nedeljakova (Raven)
Nick Nevern (Franklyn)
Simon Phillips (Sinclair)
Adele Silva (Justice)
Rita Ramnani (Chastity)
Coralie Rose (Brandi)
Lysette Anthony (Basildon cinemagoer)
Steven Berkoff (Flett)
Martin Kemp (Mickey)
Robert Englund (Tapper)
Lucy Pinder (Carmilla)
Charlie Bond (Carrie)
Joe Egan (Barker)
Jude Poyer (Nutt)

References

Periodicals

  • Empire no.275 (May 2012) p.34 – illustrated article (Strippers vs Zombies vs Werewolves vs Cockneys!)
  • Total Film no.192 (May 2012) p.17 – illustrated short interview with Robert Englund (The 100 club)

Books

  • English Gothic: A Century of Horror Cinema by Jonathan Rigby pp.331, 338
  • Horror Out of Control by David Flint and Keri O’Shea
  • The Werewolf Filmography by Bryan Senn p.200-201