Deputy Lou Garou (see what they did there? "Loup-garou" is French for werewolf) is a hard-drinking waste of space, a poor excuse for a cop in small town Woodhaven. Not that the bar is set particularly high: the Woodhaven populace seems to consist of thugs, drunks, drug dealers and hunters. When investigating a disturbance call one night, Lou is knocked unconscious and wakes up back in his own bed with heightened senses, a pentagram carved into his chest and facial hair that sprouts faster than he can shave it. His initial transformation comes that night and since it happens while he's taking a leak in a bar bathroom, he transforms penis first, which is not anything I ever thought I'd see. Soon enough he is making the rounds in wolf-guise, stopping liquor store robberies and busting up meth labs. Lou is a better cop as a werewolf than he ever was as a regular guy.
This movie is not good. It is pretty much incoherent and stupid; there's some "plot" about a sinister cabal turning people into werewolves and sacrificing them for "reasons," but the only - and I mean ONLY - reason to watch Wolfcop is for the practical effects. While Wolf-Lou's fully-transformed facial make-up is not great, the transformations are pretty good, especially given the low, low, low, low budget. The gory fight scenes are good too, with Wolf-Lou pulling off arms, legs and faces.
And there's a hot chick with big boobs having sex with a werewolf in a jail cell. She lit candles. It was something.
That's all for this year, folks! Hope you found something here you want to see (not Wolfcop). We'll do it again in 2019 for the Tenth one!