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Director  William Brent Bell
Initial DVD release  September 23, 2014 (USA)
Country  United States
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Horror, Mystery
Running time  1h 33m
Music director  Brett Detar
Language  English
Wer (film) movie poster
Release date  November 16, 2013 (2013-11-16) (Japan)September 23, 2014 (2014-09-23) (United States)
Writer  William Brent Bell (screenplay), Matthew Peterman (screenplay)
Cast  A.J. Cook (Kate Moore), Sebastian Roché (Klaus Pistor), Vik Sahay (Eric Sarin), Stephanie Lemelin (Claire Porter), Oaklee Pendergast (Peter Porter), Angelina Armani (Claire's Sister)
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WER Official Trailer (2014) HD

Wer is a 2013 American independent horror film directed by William Brent Bell. The film stars A.J. Cook as a defense attorney who discovers that her client is a werewolf. The film was released in Japan on November 16, 2013, and was released to VOD in the United States in August 2014.


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Wer (film) movie scenes

Defense attorney Kate (A.J. Cook) is called to defend Talan Gwynek (Brian Scott O'Connor), after he is charged with the murders of a vacationing family. She learns that he is a werewolf who is capable of the slayings. Talan then escapes from his imprisonment into the city of Lyon, France.


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  • A. J. Cook as Kate Moore
  • Vik Sahay as Eric Sarin
  • Simon Quarterman as Gavin Flemyng
  • Sebastian Roché as Klaus Pistor
  • Brian Scott O'Connor as Talan Gwynek
  • Stephanie Lemelin as Claire Porter
  • Oaklee Pendergast as Peter Porter
  • Angelina Armani as Claire's Sister
  • Brian Johnson as Henry Porter
  • Collin Blair as British Reporter (as Collin Jay Blair)
  • Corneliu Ulici as Police Officer
  • Production

    Wer (film) movie scenes

    Plans for Wer were initially announced in January 2012 during an interview with Dread Central, when Bell and producer Matthew Peterman said they had been working on a werewolf-themed project for the past 10 months. The two initially planned to begin production on the film, a "faux-documentary style project," in Romania during April 2012.

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    In March 2012, Cook was confirmed as the lead heroine of Wer, and Rob Hall's Almost Human, Inc company was recruited to create the movie's special effects. Later that same year, Vik Sahay and Sebastian Roché were also attached to the project. Sahay initially debated whether or not to take the role of Eric Sarin due to a busy schedule, but ultimately decided to join because the character and the movie's world "were just too interesting to walk away from".

    Wer (film) movie scenes

    Filming for Wer began in May 2012 in Bucharest, Romania, and Bell shot the movie concurrently with another project, The Vatican. A trailer for Wer was released in October 2013. Additionally, the film is not, as may have been mentioned earlier, a found footage film.


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