Jesse Moss

With this kind of immersive documentary work, you can achieve extraordinary intimacy by being unthreatening and flexible. That’s what filmmaking is about – being intuitive and open and having the freedom to follow your hunches.
Blu-ray Review: WolfCop

There’s a recent trend in genre filmmaking that pairs eccentric premises with blunt titles. From mainstream (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Sharknado) to independent (Hobo with a Shotgun, Zombeavers), these neo-exploitation movies are virtually guaranteed to receive buzz based on name alone. The problem is that they often fail to live up to the absurdity imagined by the viewer. I’m pleased to report that WolfCop is a damn fun movie that delivers on its title.

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