- Director:John Rebel
- Cast:Levi Fiehler, Josh Kelly, Alicia Ziegler
- Release Date:June 20, 2012
- Distributor:Peacock Films
- The Film:1.0
“...a thoroughly unengaging character study that lacks all suspense and drama..”
In an attempt to finally ask the girl of his dreams on a date, college slacker Kyle (Levi Fiehler) invites Jess (Alicia Ziegler) to explore the deserted gold rush town of Paradise. But soon Kyle's well laid plans go astray as his best mate Ben (Max Adler) decides to tag along as too does Jess' new boyfriend Rob (Josh Kelly). While this is a bad start, things soon go from bad to worse as they find themselves in the town under siege from a pack of ravenous wolves. In an attempt to stay alive, Kyle finds himself the unwitting leader of the group as he struggles to find an escape.
Wolf Town clearly intends to be a very confined ensemble piece that aims to examine the metamorphosis of the group, and especially Kyle, as they turn from victims to victors. However, given that Levi Fiehler is stunningly uncharismatic as the leading man, and the rest of the ‘actors' are only slightly less vapid, Wolf Town is a thoroughly unengaging character study that lacks all suspense and drama, in which even the wolves look bored for the most part. A complete dog of a film, avoid at all costs.