In the small town of Huguenot, Timothy (Matthew Knight) approaches his thirteenth birthday, unaware this milestone marks the time of his transformation. His mother Rachel (Rhona Mitra) fears her son’s health is deteriorating. But those around him—those who have guarded him since birth—know Timothy is a half-blood and that when the red moon is full, he will finally have the power to control his family’s destiny. They also know that Timothy’s gift puts his life in grave danger.
Meanwhile, two packs of Skinwalkers watch the night sky. Bound by blood, divided by principles, and hellbent to survive, they understand that this rising moon signals the fulfillment of an ancient prophecy. Consequently, the packs are prepared to wage a fierce battle for possession of the one who holds the key to their future and their way of life.
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Skinwalkers is a movie that promises
much and yet delivers little. The
writers have concocted a unique plot
that is hurt by Jim Isaac and Brian
Taylors incompetent direction. The cast
drift through this mediocre excursion
with a bit of reluctance and fast MTV
style cuts are visible throughout most
of the movie.
They claim that this is an action/horror
film. Yet the action is mediocre and the
horror is of the "cut before the kill"
type. Originally an R rated film. The
mark of an editor cutting this down to
get a PG-13 is all too appearent. The
action in Skinwalkers is so obscured
that most scenes will leave you
scratching your head and asking what
Skinwalkers will leave you feeling
ripped off. There is a reason this movie
was released in August.
You'd be better off renting "American
Werewolf in London", or even "The
Wolfman" is better, and scarier, then
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