|Written by||Leigh Scott|
|Directed by||Griff Furst|
Christy Carlson Romano
|Theme music composer||Miles Hankins|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||92 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Bullet Films|
Wolvesbayne is a horror film directed by Griff Furst and starring Jeremy London as a newly transformed werewolf working with vampire hunters to stop a vampire cult with plans to resurrect Lilith, the mother of all vampires. It co-stars Yancy Butler, Christy Carlson Romano, and Marc Dacascos. Wolvesbayne premiered on Syfy's 31 nights of Halloween in 2009.
Following an attack, ruthless businessman Russel Bayne transforms into a werewolf and seeks help from Alex Layton, an occult shop owner. Together, they learn that vampires under the leadership of Von Griem seek to resurrect their queen, Lilith, in order to unite the warring factions. Bayne allies with a vampire hunter, Jacob Van Helsing, and they battle Lilith and her vampire servants.
- Jeremy London as Russell Bayne
- Christy Carlson Romano as Alex Layton
- Mark Dacascos as Von Griem
- Yancy Butler as Lilith
- Rhett Giles as Jacob Van Helsing
- Stephanie Honoré as Zafira
- Billy Slaughter as Felix
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