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904 - Werewolf



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John Cole - 9 days ago

"Ma-om! Billie's sleepin' nose-to-anus again!"


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happyking - about 1 month ago

I love the host segment with Mike and the bots as the Shangri-Las.


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Mike Carmona - about 1 month ago

Crow-Net Mike looks like he belongs on Double Dare.


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Adam Tercero - 2 months ago

I really like this episode but I always skip over the host segments. They were okay the first couple of times but are kinda dull. Also, can someone explain the Kirk Douglass joke?


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Not Dave Chappelle - 2 months ago

This was a great episode. My favorite part was Mike's poodle skirt during the 'Where, oh Werewolf' song.


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Bruce Box-Liker - 2 months ago

Considering the skinwalker was supposed to not exactly be a werewolf "in our traditional white movie-monster sense", it really turned out to be faithful to our white movie-monster traditions.


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Stephen A Nathe - 3 months ago

SERVO'S MOM!!!
"Mother...get out of there PLEASE!!!"


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Tommy Hahn - 3 months ago

One of THE most under-rated episodes! True sleeper, or in the words of the heroine... (In the most mono-tone voice in film history...) "absolutely fascinating..."


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William Johnson - 3 months ago

I hate to be a typical guy here but man ... the pantless realtor chick is haaawwwwtttt.


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Kelly Slane - 4 months ago

If I ever meet Ray Liotta and he doesn't smell like apples, I will be severely disappointed.


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Jonathon Riddle - 4 months ago

Is it just me, or do the riffs in this episode contain even more 90's cultural references than usual?


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A challenge for everybody:
Watch the scene in which the girl runs from the jeep to the mud puddle and then lets Paul repeatedly press his face against her. I defy you to then go out and find a female scream stock sound effect that wasn't used in the scene.


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I almost passed out from laughter during the "American werewolf in traffic" sequence. It's just a perfect storm of excellent, rapid-fire riffs and hilariously bad filmmaking. The repeat backgrounds; the bad makeup along with overacting; the inexplicable crash, complete with car flip and explosion; and finally the delicious fact that the entire thing serves no purpose whatsoever. The security guard turns into a werewolf, drives around for a while, dies, and then the movie proceeds as if he had never existed. Not only is it unintentionally funny, it has an unintentional punchline.

I think this is one of a very few MST3K movies that would still make me laugh out loud even if I was watching them unriffed.


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Scott Bubb - 4 months ago

It's okay, Bobo, I love your "wolf."


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James Laramie III - 5 months ago

Wurwilf? No, he's a WEREWOLF. What the hell's a wurwilf?

I always imagine Crow saying that to Natalie.


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Dave Ryder - 5 months ago

At 36:38, does the director/security guard say his mother is Tammy Faye? At least that's what I'm getting...


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Dave Ryder - 5 months ago

I have to ask...how, exactly, DOES a human being sleep 'nose-to-anus'? I mean his own anus, as it's fairly simple to sleep nose-to-someone else's anus...


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Jeff Bradford - 5 months ago

Still my favorite episode EVER!


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Miles Uroshevich - 6 months ago

"i just found out that count dracula was a faggot"
where does one randomly encounter information such as this?


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Eric Erwin - 6 months ago

Best ending to a movie credits... ever!


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Kenn Younker - 6 months ago

I almost peed my pants at the reference to her learning English from the two wild and crazy guys. The accent is a perfect fit.


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How much poo would be flung in my general direction if I said I thought this ep was just a wee bit overrated? It's a solid enough riff job, and the song was amusing, but I'm not entirely seeing what makes this ep such a certified fanon classic. Do I need to go sit in the MSTie time-out chair now? *ducks incoming tomatoes*


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Logan Anderson - 7 months ago

The end credits with the "TOSS!" song medley is one of my absolute favorite moments in all of MST3K, I crack up every time. But somebody help me out, because I *totally* don't get it.. what the hell is the "TOSS!" thing about?


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Jenn T. Robot - 7 months ago

No matter how many times I watch Werewolf (which is quite a bit) I laugh at the honking sound the security guard makes. That and the riff "Now this clown has Bryan Ferry hair!"


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jakesbrain - 7 months ago

In case you guys were wondering, no, this really wasn't shot in Flagstaff. Here's a familiar street scene, though, from Susanville, CA: http://goo.gl/maps/D3ADw


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jakesbrain - 7 months ago

I'm just trying to figure out where the hell this movie was shot. Except for the occasional mural in the background, it doesn't look like any part of Flagstaff or the surrounding countryside I've ever seen.


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Aaron Jeoffrey - 7 months ago

Paul can't be a werewolf. He doesn't even sleep nose to anus!


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Just Johnny Baca - 8 months ago

"I'm Martin Sheen's brother. Does that help?" I love these guys' comedy styles.


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David May - 8 months ago

OK, the part where the guy turns off the radio and the soundtrack cuts off. What the actual f*** was that? In all of my life I've never seen such a thing in a movie. What radio station was that supposed to be exactly? Good lord!


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Aileen Smithee - 8 months ago

By the way, I can't be the only person who suspects that "Yuri" is some kind of low-level Eastern Euro wiseguy in real life, can I? He really does give off that aura quite effectively, despite being worth exactly squat as an actor. Maybe he got this part in exchange for agreeing to bump off the director's former bookkeeper or something.


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Steve Hamilton - 9 months ago

mike as a woman is terrifying


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Elisa Farrington - 9 months ago

i like the way Verewilf is spelled so many different ways on this page.


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Elisa Farrington - 9 months ago

5th Level Importance - Pearl has her Crunch Berrries and Bobo has Banana Nut Crunch, naturally, - what bugs me is not knowing what kind of cereal Brain Guy is eating.


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Rufus T. Firefly - 9 months ago

Kristen Stewart would later cite the lead actress of this movie as her greatest acting influence...


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Gabriel Alex Yeager - 10 months ago

What is With the eagle screeching every time we see the werewolf?


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Crypto Dentist - 10 months ago

Oh man, around minute 44 when that werewolf started driving, I just couldnt stop giggling. Paws flying all over the steering wheel, oil barrels jumping out of no where...


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Ruth E Fabiano - 10 months ago

Um...okay a few things that always bugged me, which are completely like 3rd and 4th level important to the problems with this movie: she used the the little cash they had to fix up the attic...arguably one of the hottest areas in a house and in ARIZONA. Also Sam was "praying for the police"...why didn't he just CALL the police?


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Ruth E Fabiano - 10 months ago

Yeah I FFWD this unmisted to see if there were any scenes left out that could've helped....no. No theres not. The only thing I recall is them in bed together, which doesn't really help.


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EAG46 - 11 months ago

Well I can see why this was riffed. Between the guy's changing hair and the odd accents (note: must see The Room soon) it was begging for the comments. My favorite host segments: The 50's "Where O Werewolf" song complete with cute little costumes; the "Tusk!" medley at the movie credits; and Humphrey the cocker spaniel making his MST3K debut.


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Phil Carstens - 11 months ago

So, the band I play in does a cover of "Werewolves of London" with me singing vocals, and I always do the "Werewolf? I dunno, you had him last" joke in the middle of it.


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 11 months ago

"Like the Bumpus' dogs...." Love that riff. Now I want Xmas early!


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 11 months ago

Found the sucker, this was bugging me:

http://www.howjsay.com/index.php?word=werewolf&submit=Submit


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Bill put the cannon mouth dangerously close to his own brain.


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I cannot express my love of "Where Oh Werewolf" enough. It is one of the most perfect moments in the entire series.


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Teri Gee - 11 months ago

This is my first episode of MST3K ever, and I still love it. It remains my favorite of every episode I've seen, and I will always be grateful for this wonderful introduction to an excellent series.


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J Alvarez - 12 months ago

TUSK!


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Gospodean - 12 months ago

HEY All, just a shout out (HEY!) from Security Guard #2 (aka "Robert Bork"). Yep, that was me and my big Hwood film debut back in 1995...I was quite honored when "Werewolf" reached (or plummeted, if you prefer) to their 12th Worst Film of All Time a few years back, but that was nothing--NOTHING---compared to being riffed-on by bots. My life is complete and I can die a happy man. Peace out!


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Joseph Ewing - about 1 year ago

The security guard/Neil Young/Merle Haggard/werewolf is the director!


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Danielle Bates - about 1 year ago

I remember when I first saw this episode and when the scene with Mike as the 'were-crow' came on, I laughed so hard I literally almost rolled off of my bed.


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Zap Rowsdower - about 1 year ago

Movie score: The Akira Mononoke suite.


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Colter Matthews - about 1 year ago

"Hmm..." I would have put that in the best riffs section but I was afraid no one would remember the scene. A werewolf jumps out of the second-floor window of a house and lands on a car and the guy with 100 hair styles stands calmly by looking on as if nothing has just happened. "Hmm..." just "Hmm..." It gets a snicker out of Servo and I almost die laughing every time.


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Cheeze Drummer - about 1 year ago

Here's the whined up an the pitch... ware-wilf


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Michael S - about 1 year ago

The skeleton dose actually look like Crow, don't you think?


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Carl Schulz - about 1 year ago

One of my favorite things in MST3K is when they sing songs to the movie music. The end of this movie is the holy grail of that gag.


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Colter Matthews - over 1 year ago

It may not matter much, but does anyone else think it was weird that the survivalist housekeeper was praying for the police near the end, yet when the female lead enters the house he suggests she CALL the police? Very strange. Why didn't he just call the police? Oh well, not much sense in trying to make sense in this movie.


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chris kaprys - over 1 year ago

oh man, while the guy who's not in the movie is yelling at the other outsider to "go call an ambulance!" i couldn't believe how much he looked like emilio estevez ... then: priceless mst3k gold!


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David Sadler - over 1 year ago

I love how the one guys hair style changes like 3 times in the movie


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Austin Strong - over 1 year ago

Maybe if all the actors weren't gargling marbles this film would be a little more intelligible.


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Austin Strong - over 1 year ago

Considering how often the actors change hairstyles and accents, this is kinda like watching 2 or 3 different movies that all suck.


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 1 year ago

Is it me, or does this guy not only transform into a ware-wilf, but also, for a time, Andy Kauffman? "Thank you very much!


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Aaron B Vick - over 1 year ago

This is one of favorites from MST3K. My favorite being Night of the Blood Beast.


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Mike Carmona - over 1 year ago

The hawk scream means its AUTHENTIC Native American.


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Russ Fry - over 1 year ago

Their music medley during the credits is truly classic!! Oh my god, I haven't laughed that hard in a long time.


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Ruth E Fabiano - over 1 year ago

Speaking of cracking up, I will never NOT laugh at that little "honk" from the champagne bottle.


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why does it crack me up so much whenever servo dresses up like a girl? is it his obvious enjoyment?


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

00:33:00 - They really wanted Jack Palance for this part, but he was busy with the sequel to Outlaw of Gor (which I guess would be a sequel to a sequel, but whatever...) and this guy was willing to accept ten dollars less. Plus expenses for his live-in hairdresser.


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Rhys Patterson - over 1 year ago

Anyone else notice how the guy explains that, no it's not a werewolf in the classic movie monster sense. But then the moment things really start that it is indeed exactly like a classic movie monster, complete with silver bullets. There is no evidence what so ever that the North American tribes had silver. They didn't smelt or forge so can't think of why they would use silver aganst the monster unless.... They saw it in a movie.


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Lewis Nitzberg - over 1 year ago

Is it just me... or is long red hair actually quite fitting on Mike??


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Rhys Patterson - over 1 year ago

The wurwilf has passed 100!


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Fuzzy Skinner - over 1 year ago

This movie has that 'direct to video' quality to it.


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Fancy Pantserton - over 1 year ago

I often wonder...does any director, or sound person ever at any point actually think stock screams SHOULD actually be put in to anything...?


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Brad Mcdonald - over 1 year ago

I cant pick whats funnier, this doo-wop werewolf song, the kathy ireland "Irish kathy" song or their california lady behind the music?


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As the DVD says: "As Kevin Murphy said, "like a gift from God", for it's great riffing opprotunities." I watched this episode about 4 times, and by doing this simple act, i may have quite possibly changed my life. FOREVER! Thank you!, directors of Woar-weelf!


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

Rent-A-Center Andy Garcia?
hmmmm.....
More like Bargain Basement Ralph Fiennes.


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Sir? We've got this scene coming up where they ambush and shoot the werewolf--but we can't afford to light a nighttime action sequence...

DIRECTOR: Don't worry about it--we'll just shoot it during the day, and use a blue filter on the camera: No one will know the difference!


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

As great as the riffs are, nothing in this film made me laugh harder than when the Vagueoslavian chick said: "This is fascinating."
It was the dullest, least inflected, and most absurdly emotionless line read in cinematic history. It's one of those moments that transcends mere bad acting, and makes one start to suspect that this is all some kind of elaborate prank.


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Bruce Box-Liker - over 1 year ago

"I was just praying for the police! I think we should call the cops." There's a strange Zen to that line.


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steven menk - over 1 year ago

This movie is so bad at the beginning it's hard to even make fun of it. But once it sort of settles in, this turns out to be one of my favorite episodes. The part with the security guard-wolf driving is freaking hilarious! Never mind the actors increasingly reverting back to odd accents and the ever changing hair style.


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Scooter Atreides - almost 2 years ago

So is this Tommy Wiseau's sister?


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Scooter Atreides - almost 2 years ago

I'll just get this out of my system:

SKELETONS DO NOT HAVE EARS!!!

There...now I can watch the movie.


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Your voice will change inexplicably every seven years or so…


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I haven’t seen this episode since it last aired on Sci-Fi but I still say “Wor-wilf” to this day.


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She reminds me of the “Two foreign guys who have been in the US long enough to sound ALMOST American” from Family Guy.


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X2495iiii - almost 2 years ago

I think they foleyed in every single search result for "girl scream" in the stock sound effects gallery when the girl fell in the mud.


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Sage Harpuia - almost 2 years ago

I'd think Unlawful Entry would be a break-in role...
Get it?


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Jessica Watkins - almost 2 years ago

"ButterDIE kisses!!!!" Me and my old roommate used to get hysterical over this one. X)


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Brian Kijowski - almost 2 years ago

"I've replaced my toes with grapes."


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NS - almost 2 years ago

I think the medley they sing over the end credits is one of the best in the series. And Bobo's sacked-out cocker spaniel is the best wolf ever. Look out! He's going straight for the throat!


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Gal Dagon - about 2 years ago

Rule 1 of making a werewolf movie: Make sure all of your actors can pronounce "werewolf."


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Childe Harold - about 2 years ago

I get the feeling the redhead who was actually american was supposed to be the love interest, but she quit the movie so they hired the other one and used the first one's footage to make the secretary character. OTHERWISE WHY HAVE TWO FEMALE CHARACTERS WHO LOOK EXACTLY THE SAME??


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Page - about 2 years ago

Don't miss the actual trailer for "Werewolf" right after the stinger on link 2.


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Alex Stefanic - about 2 years ago

Paul the waerwelf & the creepy girl from Latvaria....still a better love story than Twilight.


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Stephen - about 2 years ago

"You and Noel is in it for fame and fortune? But over my dead body." No riff needed. Hilarious as is.


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RevJJVQ - over 2 years ago

*sniff sniff* there's just so much litter on the highway


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BleuLlama - over 2 years ago

I actually had bought this on DVD before MST did their version of it. Gotta love bargain bin DVDs!