Samuel Le Bihan, Mark Dacascos The movie is loosely based on a true story. In 1764, what was known as the Beast of Gevaudan terrorized
a remote district of France. It slaughtered more than sixty women and children. The beast was eventually revealed to be merely
a wolf. "Brotherhood of the Wolf" gives it an entirely new spin; something you wouldnt expect. In fact, nothing in this movie
is what you might think it is. Visually, "Brotherhood of the Wolf" is amazing. It's got awesome camerawork, and, of course,
it includes sex, lots of violence, kung-fu, and even a seemingly unstoppable creature. Critics would say that the movie suffers
from slow scenes and is straight out too long. Not to mention, when it comes to the fight scenes, there are the quick cuts
and close-ups so you can't see what's going on very well.