Synopsis from Horizon:
In this dark adaptation of The Three Little Pigs, Huff (Charlie O'Connell, "The Bachelor") is an abusive stepfather to three teenage girls living in rural Southern California. Huff is on the verge of a lucrative drug deal that will finally allow him to escape his miserable life and retire to Mexico in style with his sexy mistress, Laci (Natasha Alam,True Blood).
Huff's plan begins to unravel when his battered wife, Lorelei (Elina Madison), sends her three daughters away with Huff's drug money to seek better lives for themselves. This triggers a chain reaction of violence, murder and rage-induced asthma attacks as Huff attempts to locate the three runaways and recover his money. He will huff and puff and tear their lives down.
The disc features interviews and a trailer. 16 x 9, 2.35:1. The cover art is the typical faces/women artwork that we see on many a modern slasher, and unfortunately I think that's all we'll end up with after we shed off the novelty of the name and a competent though perhaps overstated lead performance.
I'd recommend it for fans of post-millennium slasher flicks. It may not have much in the way of intrigue or surprise, but there a brutality to it that will surely excite a few of you if not make you laugh. Still, at least the premise does try to pull in some original elements. You have seen movies just like Big Bad Wolf, but you haven't seen Big Bad Wolf. Maybe think of it as Largish Naughty German Sherpherd (now I'm just being cheeky).
You can order Big Bad Wolf now! Releasing March 4th.