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Howling VI: The Freaks
The Howling VI
Title: Howling VI: The Freaks
Directed by: Hope Perello
Written by: Kevin Rock
Produced by: Harvey Goldsmith; Steve Lane; Edward Simons; Ronna B. Wallace; Robert Pringle; John C. Broderick
Music by: Patrick Gleeson
Cinematography: Edward Pei
Edited by: Adam Wolfe
Distributed by: Allied Vision
Released: June 13th, 1991
Rating: R
Running time: 102 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Previous: Howling V: The Rebirth (1989)
Next: Howling: New Moon Rising (1995)

Howling VI: The Freaks is a US/British independent horror film of the werewolf horror subgenre. It is the sixth installment in the Howling film series and follows Howling V: The Rebirth. The film was directed by Hope Perello with a script written by Kevin Rock. It was produced by Allied Entertainment and Allied Vision and premiered in the direct-to-video market in the United States on June 13th, 1991. The premise of the film revolves around an English drifter named Ian, who comes to find work in the southwestern town of Canton Bluff. While helping a preacher restore a dilapidated church, Ian must also be mindful of the fact that he is also a werewolf. As things weren't zany enough for the guy, a traveling carnival led by a vampire named R.B. Harker rolls into town and Ian finds himself in the unenviable position of becoming the carnival's new star attraction.

The film stars Brendan Hughes as Ian, Michele Matheson as Elizabeth, Sean Gregory Sullivan as Winston, Antonio Fargas as Bellamey, Carol Lynley as Miss Eddington, Jered Barclay as Dewey and Bruce Martyn Payne as the antagonist R.B. Harker.

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  • The Howling is based on a series of novels written by author Gary Brandner. This particular film however is not an adaptation of any of the novels.
  • Howling VI: The Freaks premiered in the United Kingdom in May, 1991. It released direct-to-video in the United States on June 13th, 1991. It was released in Finland on November 22nd, 2004. Better late than never. [2]

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