Howl (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie

Howl (2015) 1080p

When passengers on a train are attacked by a creature, they must band together in order to survive until morning.

IMDB: 5.32 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Fantasy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.76G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 5.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Howl (2015) 1080p

When passengers on a train are attacked by a creature, they must band together in order to survive until morning.


The Director and Players for Howl (2015) 1080p

[Director]Paul Hyett
[Role:]Shauna Macdonald
[Role:]Ed Speleers
[Role:]Holly Weston
[Role:]Elliot Cowan


The Reviews for Howl (2015) 1080p


Kudos to Peter HyettReviewed byshultzkentVote: 9/10

Do not accept negative reviews on HOWL. After watching HOWL, I am going to try and watch every Hyett film he has ever done. I thought HOWL was very well acted..by ALL involved..by every character actor...and there was nothing wrong with the photography! I thought the movie moved along well, was not too slow in developing, and I was drawn into the flick by the combination of good acting, good dialog, and I was able to fully empathize with the characters...which is essential to the willingness to continue watching.

After having seen so many "formula"horror stories, I am surprised that Hyett actually got this genre to work, but he DID! Quite frankly, although I really liked DOG SOLDIERS, another very well-made thriller, I can't say that HOWL was at all disappointing. If you are a collector of movies of the horror genre like I am, then it belongs in your collection....insignificant "goofs" and all!

An ordinary horror about werewolves. Although physically they look slightly different ....Reviewed byPeter PluymersVote: 6/10

Read the title of this horror and you know already what it's about anyway. Nothing like a good werewolf movie from time to time. Although there's still a certain shortage of decent films when it comes to this genre. The last (for me personally) successful werewolf movie that I watched, was "Wer". On the other hand you'll see some abominably bad attempts like "Wolves" and "Night Wolf". "Howl", a movie from the UK, may not be as good as "An American Werewolf in London", but still managed to surprise me. And although it's a low-budget film, you can say that the look of the creatures terrorizing the passengers of the stranded train was successful. Probably the used anatomy will ensure a bit of protest by the followers of the genre, because it seemed like a mix of a wolf and the creature from "Splice." But that first attack with a bloody close-up took my breath away. Brilliant makeup and special effects. They looked at least less ridiculous than the furry creatures of "Late Phases" (a movie in which the acting impressed) with their ears decorated with tassels.

The progress of "Howl" is well considered and balanced. First a comprehensive introduction of all the characters. The middle section with the threatening situation they find themselves in. Followed by the final confrontation with the necessary victims and a predictable turn. Don't be surprised when some of the individuals make some stupid decisions again. However, the end might be a little surprising. Unfortunately, the look of the night creatures, when you can admire them in full regalia, isn't so convincing or frightening. To be honest they looked like individuals who returned from some kind of masked ball. But believe me, the first confrontation was bloody and ruthless. Sheer aggression focused on the terrible creature that struck in a deadly and gruesome way shortly before.

Not only the suspense and tension was a positive element in this film. The performances were enjoyable. A collection of colorful characters displaying that typical reserved British attitude. It surprised me they weren't having a tea break while being attacked by those animals. First, there's Joe (Ed Speleers), an undervalued train guard, whose life is an accumulation of setbacks and adversities. He is despised by colleagues and passengers see him as an incapable figure. His colleague Ellen (Holly Weston) ignores his romantic moves. Kate (Shauna Macdonald) hated Joe the first instance after she had to pay for a new ticket. Adrian (Elliot Cowan) is a cocky guy who in the end just tries to save his own neck. Nina (Rosie Day) is a spoiled brat. And then there's this elderly couple, who won't hide their outrage about the delay, a nerd-like young boy (Amit Shah), an engineer in the making (Sam Gittins) and an obese, lazy football player (Calvin Dean). The introduction sometimes is comical and highly recognizable.

Not only the werewolves provide for the eerie atmosphere. But also the location where the train gets stuck with its dark woods and the typical English fog banks, create a creepy mood. The origin of the creatures isn't explained in detail. Only the older man is aware of other mythical stories about broken down trains and passengers disappearing or being found in a pitiful state. But otherwise, you can only guess where these fast-paced, immensely strong and bloodthirsty creatures come from. Despite being a typical B-movie and the fact that I thought Paul Hyett's film "The seasoning house" was slightly better, this film is worthwhile to give it a try. It's not a top film with werewolves as subject, but it certainly is a movie that can compete with the better ones in this genre.

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Howlingly ordinary....Reviewed bys3276169Vote: 5/10

Howl had all the right ingredients, a train cutting through a dark and rain swept night, a monster lurking in the woods and a group of unsuspecting travelers. So why is this film so ordinary?

Howl fails for so many reasons but chief amongst these, for me, is a throughly unlikable cast of characters. The trains occupants are a cynical, selfish, rude, nasty bunch. As a result, its hard to empathize with the plight of the travelers, which in turn robs this film of any sense of tension and suspense, as you quickly stop caring what happens to them.

In most other respects, Howl is clichéd fare but, to a degree, that's forgivable. Pretty much any horror scenario you care to name has, to one degree or other, been done before. Howl is no exception. Howls sets are good, the mood reminiscent of an older generation of horror films, and the monster effects convincing. The acting is reasonable too, its a shame so little care went into the overall characterization.

I rate Howl a five out of ten. Its not dreadful but its hardly a masterpiece either.

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