“The Movies That Made Me” Spotlights the Horror Comedy “Werewolves Within”

The most talked about movie of the summer to date is Werewolves Within, a horror-comedy based on the Ubisoft VR game of the same name starring Sam Richardson, Milana Vayntrub, and What We Do in the ShadowsHarvey Guillén. As funny as it is thrill-packed, the film seems destined for a long life in the hearts of horrorhounds everywhere. Realizing this, The Movies That Made Me hosts Josh Olson and Joe Dante (who knows a thing about werewolves or two given his directing work on 1981’s The Howling) have dedicated a special double-length episode to Werewolves Within.

Werewolves Within

First up, director Josh Ruben discusses a variety of films that he holds near and dear to his heart — a list that includes great choices ranging from Flight of the Navigator to Home Alone. You can check out all of his picks on Movies Unlimited’s website.

Then, in the second part of the episode, writer Mishna Wolff “plays a game of “find the woman” in some of her favorite movies,” which include The Sting,, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and The Hateful Eight. You can view her film picks via Movies Unlimited here.

Take a listen to the latest episode of The Movies That Made Me, as always, it’s a howling good time!