Brigitte’s on the run from Bailey Downs, and she tries to prevent what happened to her sister, Ginger, from happening to her by shooting up with monkshood. Eventually she collapses and the police that find assume the monkshood is an illegal drug, and she is sent to rehab. Brigitte is deprived of the only thing that will stop her from turning into a beast and killing everyone and everything in her way. She meets a girl who is quiet and not well-liked, and much like herself, by the name of Ghost that helps her deal with her new problem and to escape the werewolf curse.
Comparing this part to the previous one, I would have to say part one was still better. Though, this one was almost as good, but a little bit boring, at times. All you’re doing is watching Bridgette (Emily Perkins) fight the infection and try to holding back from turning into a werewolf.
About 80% of the movie, Bridgette is in a Happy Smiles home for drug users. Towards the end of the movie, I thought she looked more like a troll, when she was turning. Her teeth looked funny and her lip was busted up.
In part one, when Ginger (Katharine Isabelle) was turning, she at least looked a lot better. Speaking of Ginger, she is only shown in this part, as an image in Bridgette’s mind. Sort of like a spirit talking to her, or a delusion.
The only thing I really didn’t like about the storyline was that they never explained who the other werewolf was. There was absolutely no story about him, and when they mentioned him, it was very brief. At one part, I thought they said something about he was from the suburbs, but nothing else other than that.
Even though, I didn’t like this part, as much as the previous one, I still thought it was worth watching. So, if you enjoy watching werewolf movies, then you’ll enjoy this part about the same as the previous one.
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