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Mary Lou Summers was one of a group of random people who all came together in a castle in Budapest that had been closed for 500 years. It was later revealed by the host, Count Isht Van Bezeli, that they were all descendants of a family that occupied the castle back then and had all committed suicide, while a baby who carried the werewolf curse survived. Because of this, one of the descendants is a werewolf who had been killing the others one by one. At the film's end, Mary Lou runs into the Count, who accuses her husband, David, of being the werewolf. With the full moon close to rising, Mary Lou points a gun at David and the Count, with the latter telling her to shoot her husband. Instead, she shoots and kills the Count and embraces David, who tells her that there are no werewolves. In the final scene, however, Mary Lou turned heel when she smiled evilly after the full moon appeared, revealing herself as the werewolf and howling as the film ends.




Howling: New Moon Rising image



At the film's end, Mary Lou runs into the Count, who accuses her husband, David, of being the werewolf. With the full moon close to rising, Mary Lou points a gun at David and the Count, with the latter telling her to shoot her husband. Instead, she shoots and kills the Count and embraces David, who tells her that there are no werewolves. In the final scene, Mary Lou turned heel when she smiled evilly after the full moon appeared, revealing herself as the werewolf and killing David (offscreen).


Despite painful reviews, ever-decreasing budgets and a complete lack of public interest, The Howling was a franchise that simply refused to die. Much like the dreaded full moon, a new Howling movie would arrive regularly for the next decade, eventually rising to eight entries of seriously varying quality.


As the calendar turns over to a new year, there's always plenty to look forward to: hopeful attempts at resolutions, plans for the coming 12 months and a new calendar of astronomical events. For most people in the Northern Hemisphere, January marks the rough mid-point of the winter season and there's no more quintessential winter scene than a full moon rising above a snowy vista with the stars twinkling in the night sky. 041b061a72


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