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Genre Fantasy
Written by Leigh Scott
Directed by Griff Furst
Starring Jeremy London
Christy Carlson Romano
Mark Dacascos
Yancy Butler
Rhett Giles
Theme music composer Miles Hankins
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Leigh Scott
Cinematography Bill Posley
Editor(s) Griff Furst
Running time 92 minutes
Production company(s) Bullet Films
Distributor Active Entertainment
Original network Syfy
Original release
  • October 18, 2009 (2009-10-18)[1]

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.



Ex-members of The Asylum produced the film under the banner of Bullet Films. It was announced and began production in 2008.[2]


Wolvesbayne was first broadcast on Syfy on October 18, 2009,[1] and it was released on video January 4, 2011.[3]


Scott Foy of Dread Central rated it 2.5/5 stars and wrote the film is "not half bad" but lacks focus on the promised werewolf action.[4]


  1. ^ a b Shattuk, Kathryn (2009-10-18). "What's On Sunday". The New York Times. Retrieved 2014-07-31. 
  2. ^ Foy, Scott (2008-06-30). "Werewolf Hero VS. Nazi Vampire in Wolvesbayne". Dread Central. Retrieved 2014-07-31. 
  3. ^ "Horror In Your House's 'Last Exorcism'". Bloody Disgusting. 2011-01-04. 
  4. ^ Foy, Scott (2009-04-10). "Wolvesbayne (2009)". Dread Central. Retrieved 2014-07-31. 

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