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The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020)


A stressed-out police officer struggles not to give in to the paranoia that grips his small mountain town as bodies turn up after each full moon.

The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 85 minutes
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Directors: Jim Cummings
Writers: Jim Cummings

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A stressed-out police officer struggles not to give in to the paranoia that grips his small mountain town as bodies turn up after each full moon.

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Reviews


88
RogerEbert.com - Brian Tallerico
More than just your standard horror/comedy, The Wolf of Snow Hollow is a tonal balancing act, a movie that doesn’t go for laughs or horror as much as weave various tones and styles through its excellent script. I thought Cummings was a talent to watch after “Thunder Road,” and now I’m sure of it.
78
Austin Chronicle - Josh Kupecki
Part of the brilliance of Cummings’ performance is how he can turn on a dime, baring his soul one second and throwing off a well-timed jab in the same breath. Thankfully, the actors around him are able to keep up with his pace.
75
Slant Magazine - Chuck Bowen
Writer-director Jim Cummings reinvigorates an oft-told tale with personal, thorny preoccupations.
75
The Playlist - Warren Cantrell
Tense, scary, and full of heart, when Cummings has all the pieces moving together in the same direction the movie hums with an effortless rhythm that largely makes up for deficiencies baked into the third act.
75
The A.V. Club - Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
Among the many quirks of this very idiosyncratic comedy is that it really is structured like a thriller or a horror film.

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