Blood & Guts Rundown | 'Werewolf In A Girls' Dormitory' Is Uh... Forgettable

Italian vs. U.S. title screen.  Let's face it, U.S. totally won this one.

Italian vs. U.S. title screen.  Let's face it, U.S. totally won this one.

a.k.a. I Married A Werewolf (1964 U.K. release)

Release Date: Nov. 9, 1961

Director: Paolo Heusch (a.k.a. Richard Benson)

Writer: Ernesto Gastaldi (a.k.a. Julian Berry)

Premise: A werewolf stalks a girls' dormitory.

Trailer

Pick My Brain

Honestly, Werewolf In A Girls' Dormitory just didn't leave much of an impression on me.  It's a werewolf movie where it's a mystery who the wolf is.  It's fine, but there wasn't much that stood out to me.

Sometimes They Come Back... Again

Luciano Pigozzi, who played Walter, made almost 20 horror films.  Titles include Blood And Black Lace, Zombi 3, and Baron Blood.

It Came From The IMDb Trivia Section & Wikipedia!

  • Barbara Lass, who played Priscilla, was married to future human horror movie Roman Polanski at the time this movie was made.
  • Some crew members used fake American-sounding names as that was apparently a common thing for Italian producers to request at the time.
  • The U.S. release added the song "The Ghoul In The School" by The Fortunes to the opening credits.

What The Hell Is That Supposed To Be?!!