Fairy Tale + Werewolves + Felicia Day = SyFy’s “Red”

You may have heard that Amanda Seyfried is going to be starring in a new retelling of Little Red Riding Hood helmed by the director of Twilight, but who cares about that when SyFy’s doing their own retelling that features both werewolves and Felicia Day?

Here’s the description from SyFy for the upcoming Red:

In the action-packed Red, Red (Day) brings her fiancé home, where he meets the family and learns about their business – hunting werewolves. He’s skeptical until bitten by a werewolf. When her family insists he must be killed, Red tries saving him.

The SyFy original also stars Kavan Smith from Stargate Atlantis and Stephen McHattie from Watchmen. It’s shooting in Canada now, where apparently it’s cold.

Yes, I’m well aware that SyFy hasn’t exactly been producing films of the highest caliber recently, but I’m still holding out hope that this will be more like Tin Man and less like DinoShark. (Also, if any of you happened to watch DinoShark this weekend, please do comment and let us know how bad/awesome/awesomely bad it was.)

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2 Responses to Fairy Tale + Werewolves + Felicia Day = SyFy’s “Red”

  1. I have been a bit disappointed with the movies Syfy has been putting out recently. I hope this new story of Red Riding Hood is better then some of the other stuff they have put out recently.

    DinoShark was an awful movie. I watched that movie last weekend and I came away from that movie wondering if it was possible to un-watch a movie…it was that bad….It would have been ok if it was a little bit funny, but it wasn't. In fact, I am not even sure if it would have even made the B movie mark and that is pretty sad.

  2. I have been a bit disappointed with the movies Syfy has been putting out recently. I hope this new story of Red Riding Hood is better then some of the other stuff they have put out recently.

    DinoShark was an awful movie. I watched that movie last weekend and I came away from that movie wondering if it was possible to un-watch a movie…it was that bad….It would have been ok if it was a little bit funny, but it wasn’t. In fact, I am not even sure if it would have even made the B movie mark and that is pretty sad.