Werewolf (also known as Arizona Werewolf) is a 1996 American direct-to-video horror film directed by Tony Zarrindast and starring Jorge Rivero, Richard Lynch, Federico Cavalli, Adrianna Miles, and Joe Estevez.
Archaeologists working in the Arizona desert find a skeleton that appears to be a werewolf. The ill-tempered foreman, Yuri (Jorge Rivero) gets into a fight with his crew: Tommy (Jules Desjarlais), Joel (Joe Estevez), and Bill (Randall Oliver). In the course of the fight, Tommy is scratched by the werewolf skeleton. This greatly alarms his fellow workers, especially Joel, who incredulously utters the word "yetiglanchi." The head archaeologist, Noel (Richard Lynch), dismisses all Native Americans from the site, but in a private meeting later that day, explains that a major problem may be developing; American Indian mythology holds that a "yetiglanchi" is a dangerous individual who takes on predatory lupine characteristics and kills humans.
|keywords||american indian archaeologist archaeology attack dead body expel freak show indigenous peoples of the americas kill lycanthropy meet mythology native american pool hall run security guard sexual harassment sexually harassing silver bullet twist ending wait werewolf yetiglanchi|
|recordedAt||California Los Angeles Mexico|
|theme||direct-to-video independent monster movie|