If you’re expecting a traditional werewolf movie, Wolf Garden might leave you disappointed. Marketed as a cross between “An American Werewolf in London” and “Vertigo,” this film takes a different approach. Instead of flashy effects, it offers a slow-burning psychological thriller. Writer/director Wayne David also stars as William, a man whose countryside vacation with girlfriend Chantelle takes a dark turn. The story unfolds through a non-linear structure, blending past, present, nightmares, and questions of reality. While some viewers may enjoy the scattered narrative and the anticipated ending, I found it challenging to engage with the uninteresting characters and the film’s overall lack of excitement. Visit afdah info for more!