Gilbert Speaks on “The Curse of Wolf Mountain”

Bothered by troublesome dreams from his childhood, a young man decides to visit the place where his parents died. Sometimes, the answers you seek are closer than you think.

The Curse of Wolf Mountain

I had the opportunity to watch a decent horror film from Latigo Films and Uncork’d Entertainment. The Curse of Wolf Mountain was directed by David Lipper and stars Keli Price (who also wrote the film), Danny Trejo, Tobin Bell, Karissa Lee Staples, Kipp Tribble and Eddie McClintock. The story begins with AJ (Keli Price) speaking with his psychiatrist, Dr. Avery (Tobin Bell) about his constant nightmares revolving around the deaths of his parents when he was a very young child.

Dr. Avery suggests that AJ visit the place where his parents died with the hope that the trip will bring closure for the young man. AJ and his pregnant wife, Samantha (Karissa Lee Staples) decide to go on a road trip with AJ’s older brother Max (David Lipper) and Max’s wife and relatives.

The forest ranger, Duffy (Kipp Tribble) warns the group not to go to certain parts of the forest because of bears. What Duffy and AJ’s group are not aware of is that there are dangerous bank robbers hiding in the woods. Eddie (Danny Trejo) and his two friends are very dangerous people, but there is something even more frightening in those woods. Does it have anything to do with the ancient curse of Wolf Mountain?


The film was exceptionally good, and kept me guessing on what happened to AJ as a child and what the connection was between his dreams and the real killer. Danny Trejo didn’t get as much screen time as I had hoped, but he did deliver on the unexpected scares.

The Curse of Wolf Mountain is available digitally and on demand now, and I would suggest you watch it if you can.

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