It's not the first gay werewolf movie that dubious honor belongs to 1988's CURSE OF THE QUEERWOLF but 23-year-old British director Will Gould's allegorical fable is the first one worth seeing. In the cozy English village of Kromer, where few things are
as feared as "wolves" (read: gay men), wandering lycanthropes Seth (Lee Williams) and Gabriel (James Layton) meet and fall in love. No smelly pelts and sharp fangs here: Seth and "Gabs" look more like fashion models than Lon Chaney Jr., but we know they're wolves by their pointed ears and fur
coats. Meanwhile, on a nearby country estate, Steve and Mary Drax (David Prescott, Angharad Rees) and their two ...