There are a billion werewolf movies out there. Let's explore 'Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory' (aka. 'Lycanthropus').
Wolves have started to prowl the grounds of a girls' reform school. People start ending up dead and it could very well be the work of a werewolf. Maybe the new science teacher should be blamed? Maybe it's someone else? Who knows?
The werewolf's preferred method of killing seems to involve some scratching and a lot of strangling. Huh? This seems to suit his furry hand/Klingon/wayward teen appearance. There wasn't much money floating around on this production. Considering this is over fifty years old and the copyright hasn't been renewed, you shouldn't expect it to be gorgeous.
One scene has a dog literally fly across the room to attack someone. That's a particular low point but the more troublesome aspect is that there are slow spots in the plots. This story is a bit talky. It's as if the werewolf component of the story was an afterthought.
It is also worth mentioning that much of the cast is Italian (in an Italian production?! Nonsense!). This is significant because there is some dubbing going on. That makes judging the acting very difficult. It seems to be quite shaky at times but who knows if that's fair?
Special features include: nothing.
'Werewolf In a Girls' Dormitory' is about as note-worthy as the title sounds. There is really no need for you to rush out and see this.
Not Rated 82 minutes 1962