Mad At the Moon

Mad at the Moon, set in the late 1800's, is the story of Jennie, a young woman considered almost too old to be of marrying age, and how she must choose between the man that she loves and the man who is in love with her. Unfortunately, the man who loves her is a warewolf! Jennie is desperately in love with Miller Brown, a hardened, gambling drifter. Miller does not show any feelings for Jennie, so with her mother's constant urging, Jennie agrees to marry James Miller, a very dull, but loving and attentive, country bumpkin. Jennie is soon to discover that her new husband has a deep dark secret. He has "moon sickness", but only when the moon is full. Jennie must now decide her own fate and where the future will lead her.

  • Starring: Mary Stewart Masterson, Hart Bochner, Fionnula Flanagan and Stephen Black
  • Director(s): Martin Donovan
  • Producer(s): Boomerang Pictures
  • Screenwriter(s): Martin Donovan, Richard Pelusi
  • Distributor: Spectator Films
  • Animal Coordinator: Unknown
  • Release Date: Friday, October 23, 1992
  • Rating: Acceptable

Featured Animal Action

Animal action consists of mostly atmosphere. Horses are seen tied at hitching posts, pulling wagons and a plow, and being ridden through town.