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New Lycanthrope Film 'Wer' Debuts Trailer!

horrorsociety.com – We’ve got word on an upcoming werewolf flick entited Wer. You guys know by now that anything werewolf related and I’m all over it. We have a new trailer for this film from the makers of The Devil Inside, 6 years 5 weeks ago via jetli
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Vik Sahay Joins ‘WER’ Cast

deadline.com – Vik Sahay has joined A.J. Cook, Simon Quarterman and Brian J. O’Connor in WER. The werewolf film follows the investigation into the murder of an American family in Paris. Sahay, best known for his role in NBC’s Chuck and more recently seen on the big screen in American Reunion, portrays a lead member of the investigative team. 7 years 28 weeks ago via jetli
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Sebastian Roché Joins "Wer"

Sebastian Roche
darkhorizons.com – "Supernatural" and "Vampire Diaries" actor Sebastian Roché has joined the cast of 'Devil Inside' helmer William Brent Bell's "Wer" which is currently shooting in Romania reports The Playlist. The pseudo-doco follows a defense attorney (Kate Moore) looking to clear a client (Brian J. O'Connor) suspected in a grisly multiple slaying of a vacationing American family. 7 years 28 weeks ago via jetli

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Posted April 2nd, 2012 by Binh Ngo

AJ Cook plays a lawyer got her client acquitted in a murder case. It turns out he's a werewolf and probably is guilty of that murder.

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'Devil Inside' Star Simon Quarterman Is Lead In 'WER'

Simon Quarterman
deadline.com – The horror film WER just got Simon Quarterman set as the male lead. He’ll play Gavin Flemyng, opposite AJ Cook. Quarterman reunites with The Devil Inside helmer William Brent Bell, who wrote the script with Matthew Peterman. Morris Paulson, Peterman and Steven Schneider are producing. WER is financed by FilmDistrict, Sierra/Affinity and the Incentive Filmed Entertainment fund. 7 years 32 weeks ago via brucelee
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Latest Horror Film from 'The Devil Inside' Director Has a Title

shocktillyoudrop.com – Shortly after the release of The Devil Inside, director William Brent Bell lined up two new projects. One called The Vatican at Warner Bros. Another at Sierra/Affinity. The latter yielded the most mystery because - while it was revealed it was going to utilize the found footage technique - the title and plot were being kept under wraps. 7 years 41 weeks ago via brucelee
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AJ Cook plays a lawyer got her client acquitted in a murder case. It turns out he's a werewolf and probably is guilty of that murder.
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