Kristina Anapau’s in werewolf flick ‘First Howl’
Posted by GoreMaster Special Effects on October 19, 2009
Cinema Blend recently caught up with Kristina Anapau who, in case you didn’t know, is set to star in the Eric Stolz werewolf movie
First Howl which we first told you about back in 2007. The film stars Eric Stolz, C. Thomas Howell, Stephen Toblowsky, and Chris Showerman as John Howl: Police detective by day, werewolf by night.
The film is currently back on track and inching forward towards production. Kirstina gave us an update on where the movie’s at, what it’s all about, and where she fits into the equation. And it’s exactly what you think it will be: That being kind of awesome. Kristina says “…that it puts a modern spin on the classic horror film. The film focuses on the humanity of John Howl- the battle of his humanity winning out over his animal instinct- a beautiful metaphor for human behavior in our modern times.”
Anapau fits into the film as “a fiery young woman named Sammi who takes matters into her own hands when betrayed by a lover. Sammi injects a lot of humor into her revenge tactics…she’s a very lovable character underneath all her mischievousness”
This isn’t Kirstina’s first time in a werewolf film. Back in 2005 she showed up in Wes Craven’s Cursed, of which Anapau says, “Wes Craven’s Cursed, was completely different from First Howl in both content and style… and the characters I play are very different as well. Working with Wes was such a pleasure… I know working on First Howl with the talent in front of and behind the camera will be just as amazing”