History YMMV / TheHowling

11th Oct '17 4:20:08 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* EvilIsSexy: The she-wolves would qualify when it comes to being naked after transforming back to their human forms, especially Marsha Quist int the first film and Stirba in the second film.

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* EvilIsSexy: The she-wolves would qualify when it comes to being naked after transforming back to in their human forms, especially Marsha Quist int the first film and Stirba in the second film.
11th Oct '17 4:15:42 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* EvilIsSexy: The she-wolves would qualify, especially Marsha Quist int the first film and Stirba in the second film.

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* EvilIsSexy: The she-wolves would qualify, qualify when it comes to being naked after transforming back to their human forms, especially Marsha Quist int the first film and Stirba in the second film.
11th Oct '17 4:14:03 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* EvilIsSexy: The she-wolves would qualify, especially Marsha Quist int the first film and Stirba in the second film.
9th Oct '17 12:38:03 PM overman2099
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The entire ending to ''Howling 2'' can be considered this as [[spoiler: Ben and Jenny become a couple and meet what seems to be a trick-or-treater kid in a werewolf mask, except that it's heavily implied that the kid was actually a werewolf as he starts crying the minute Ben says he has a "nice mask." Then the couple knock on the door where the kid supposedly lived and meet a weird guy who seems a little too overeager for Ben and Jenny to come over for dinner. Considering how there was no foreshadowing how werewolves could maintain sentience and normal speech in their wolf forms and the fact that the weird guy at the end came completely out of left-field, the ending to the movie can be considered one bizarre, out-of-place sequence that leaves more questions than answers and leaves you confused whether they were really shooting for a happy ending or a more classic horror movie ending where the monsters still survive.]]

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The entire ending to ''Howling 2'' can be considered this as [[spoiler: Ben and Jenny become a couple and meet what seems to be a trick-or-treater kid in a werewolf mask, except that it's heavily implied that the kid was actually a werewolf as he starts crying the minute Ben says he has had a "nice mask."cool costume." Then the couple knock on the door where the kid supposedly lived and meet a weird guy who seems a little too overeager for Ben and Jenny to come over for dinner. Considering how there was no foreshadowing how werewolves could maintain sentience and normal speech in their wolf forms and the fact that the weird guy at the end came completely out of left-field, the ending to the movie can be considered one bizarre, out-of-place sequence that leaves more questions than answers and leaves you confused whether they were really shooting for a happy ending or a more classic horror movie ending where the monsters still survive.]]
8th Oct '17 5:31:07 PM overman2099
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The entire ending to ''Howling 2'' can be considered this as [[spoiler: Ben and Jenny become a couple and meet what seems to be a trick-or-treater kid in a werewolf mask, except that it's heavily implied that the kid was actually a werewolf as he starts crying the minute Ben says he has a "nice mask." Then the couple knock on the door where the kid supposedly lived and meet a weird guy who seems a little too overeager for Ben and Jenny to come over for dinner. Considering how there was no foreshadowing how werewolves could maintain sentience in their wolf forms and the fact that the weird guy at the end came completely out of left-field, the ending to the movie can be considered one bizarre, out-of-place sequence that leaves more questions than answers and leaves you confused whether they were really shooting for a happy ending or a more classic horror movie ending where the monsters still survive.]]

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The entire ending to ''Howling 2'' can be considered this as [[spoiler: Ben and Jenny become a couple and meet what seems to be a trick-or-treater kid in a werewolf mask, except that it's heavily implied that the kid was actually a werewolf as he starts crying the minute Ben says he has a "nice mask." Then the couple knock on the door where the kid supposedly lived and meet a weird guy who seems a little too overeager for Ben and Jenny to come over for dinner. Considering how there was no foreshadowing how werewolves could maintain sentience and normal speech in their wolf forms and the fact that the weird guy at the end came completely out of left-field, the ending to the movie can be considered one bizarre, out-of-place sequence that leaves more questions than answers and leaves you confused whether they were really shooting for a happy ending or a more classic horror movie ending where the monsters still survive.]]
8th Oct '17 5:27:10 PM overman2099
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The entire ending to ''Howling 2'' can be considered this as [[spoiler: Ben and Jenny become a couple and meet what seems to be a trick-or-treater kid in a werewolf mask, except that it's heavily implied that the kid was actually a werewolf as he starts crying the minute Ben says he has a "nice mask." Then the couple knock on the door where the kid supposedly lived and meet a weird guy who seems a little too overeager for Ben and Jenny to come over for dinner. Considering how there was no foreshadowing how werewolves could maintain sentience in their wolf forms and the fact that the weird guy at the end came completely out of left-field, the ending to the movie can be considered one bizarre, out-of-place sequence that leaves more questions than answers and leaves you confused whether they were really shooting for a happy ending or a more classic horror movie ending where the monsters still survive.]]
11th Aug '17 2:25:44 PM LittleBuster
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* AccidentalInnuendo: The line "This is nonsense, I will not embed my steak (stake) in my own dead sister!" from the second film.



* {{Narm}}: [[spoiler:Karen's]] werewolf form in the first film looks like a lovely fluffy terrier. Though that's ''still'' easier to take seriously than the flashback footage from the second film, where she looks like a gorilla wearing some joke monster teeth.

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* {{Narm}}: {{Narm}}:
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[[spoiler:Karen's]] werewolf form in the first film looks like a lovely fluffy terrier. Though that's ''still'' easier to take seriously than the flashback footage from the second film, where she looks like a gorilla wearing some joke monster teeth.teeth.
** The second film has so much of it that it practically becomes NarmCharm. Especially dialogues like "What did he say? - That your sister is a werewolf. - This is bullshit!" Or "We'll come later - I hope (MemeticMolester fase), I hope :)".


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* SnarkBait: The series and the second film in particular received a lot of this in new 10s, after John Tron ridiculed the second film in his review.


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* TookTheBadFilmSeriously: The play of Christopher Lee in the second film is so serious and dramatic in comparison with the general stupidity of the film that it is incredibly narmy.
4th Mar '17 12:11:25 PM OlfinBedwere
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* {{Narm}}: [[spoiler:Karen's]] werewolf form in the first film looks like a lovely fluffy terrier.

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* {{Narm}}: [[spoiler:Karen's]] werewolf form in the first film looks like a lovely fluffy terrier. Though that's ''still'' easier to take seriously than the flashback footage from the second film, where she looks like a gorilla wearing some joke monster teeth.
3rd Mar '17 11:07:06 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** In ''The Howling II'', Reb Brown and Christopher Lee are allies. They previously appeared together in ''Film/CaptainAmericaIIDeathTooSoon'', where Lee (as the BigBad) delivers the classic "[[NotSoDifferent Maybe in another lifetime we could have been friends]]" speech before dying; Reb (as Cap) says "I doubt that very much". Guess you were wrong on that one...

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** In ''The Howling II'', Reb Brown Creator/RebBrown and Christopher Lee Creator/ChristopherLee are allies. They previously appeared together in ''Film/CaptainAmericaIIDeathTooSoon'', where Lee (as the BigBad) delivers the classic "[[NotSoDifferent Maybe in another lifetime we could have been friends]]" speech before dying; Reb (as Cap) says "I doubt that very much". Guess you were wrong on that one...
28th Feb '17 4:51:02 AM jormis29
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** In ''The Howling II'', Reb Brown and Christopher Lee are allies. They previously appeared together in ''Captain America 2: Death Too Soon'', where Lee (as the BigBad) delivers the classic "[[NotSoDifferent Maybe in another lifetime we could have been friends]]" speech before dying; Reb (as Cap) says "I doubt that very much". Guess you were wrong on that one...

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** In ''The Howling II'', Reb Brown and Christopher Lee are allies. They previously appeared together in ''Captain America 2: Death Too Soon'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaIIDeathTooSoon'', where Lee (as the BigBad) delivers the classic "[[NotSoDifferent Maybe in another lifetime we could have been friends]]" speech before dying; Reb (as Cap) says "I doubt that very much". Guess you were wrong on that one...
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