Well, who had have guessed we'd get a pretty damn good werewolf film out of Canada? That's what you get here though, real good one. Best one I've seen since Blood of the Werewolf. The story of two slightly strange teenage girls, one of whom gets the bite from a lycanthrope whose decimating the local pet populous, creates a few twists on the normal legends, some of which add a touch of humor. To equate lycanthropy to a venereal disease is a bit of a novel idea to say the least. The two sister's fascination with death and a suicide pact becomes second place once Ginger, the older of the two, gets bitten and begins her strange metamorphosis into a hairy, howling beast. The 'tail' was a funny, interesting touch that had me howling as little miss wolf has to have her new growth strapped to her leg. Reminded me of when I hit puberty and began strapping something to my leg. The relationship between the two sisters makes up the bulk of the movie and watching both change in their own way holds your attention. Snaps doesn't hold back in the blood or violence department folks, so werewolf fans take note here as this flick does a good job with FX and scares. Once Ginger finally evolves beyond all help you'll be happy with the results. The final few scenes at the girls' home sum up the movies best points and put the final bite on your viewing pleasure. Don't let this one get to grandma's house before you or you'll be crying wolf for a long time.