Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory (1962)

A new science teacher is hired by the titular dormitory, and then girls start being murdered by wolves, or something. Coincidence? I can't even pretend to maintain the suspension of disbelief necessary for that, mostly due to physics and stuff.

God this movie is so boring. I watched it three months ago and at the end of it I sat down to write something but couldn't muster up the motivation. I still can't, but I want to watch a movie tonight and there was the Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory DVD just sitting there, reminding me to review it and I feel like if I don't review it I can't watch something else.

Well, I decided not to review it, I will just post the title image and then talk a little bit about how I don't want to review this. I mean, Driller Killer is next in the series. What sane man would look at a Driller Killer DVD and think, "well instead I will review Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory." Not me that's for sure.

This is one of those bad black and white horror/scifi movies, the kind where nothing interesting happens, instead you have a bunch of scenes of two people in an office talking about the movie, like it's even worth discussing.

God I hated this movie.


Sean said...

Does that...THING...in the picture have some kind of pig nose? Are you sure it isn't a Were-PIG instead of a werewolf?

As an aside, are you as pissed as I am that the makers of the "Wolfman" remake decided to use CGI for the transformation scenes when they had Rick Baker RIGHT THERE?

newtmonkey said...

I think it's supposed to be a lady face sort of morphing into a wolfman face? That is the most terrifying thing about that movie, the poster.

Man, that sucks about the Wolfman remake. Rick Baker did a lot of effects for movies I enjoyed, such as Squirm and Videodrome. And of course An American Werewolf in London!!!!

Veronica said...

Man, what a horrible graphic that is - what is that? a hairy African spider?

merricat said...

Someone just gave this to me as a "gift" - the only thing remotely amusing about it was the insert in the DVD, detailing directions on how to become a werewolf.