**SPOILERS** This is a fantastic film, and if you ask me, it is the best werewolf film to date, which to me, is saying a lot. The film's new take on lycanthropy is ingenius, and the film milks it for all its worth. The period idea is not only original, but very intrigueing as well. It also paves the way for all sorts of crazy situations, all of which are a joy to watch. One of the film's main strengths is the bond between the two sisters. It is portrayed very strongly, and you get a genuine feel for how much they care for each other. The tension between them after Ginger starts changing is very compelling because of this, and it all leads up beautifully to the breaking point when Ginger joyfully exclaims that it's almost like they aren't even related anymore (excellent line and scene BTW). After all the love and trust they had for each other, its rather saddening to see their downward spiral. While saddening, the spiral is also equally funny, disturbing, and nasty as well, especially with how it effects the characters around them. Their parents are the type of parents that could drive a child mad. They either don't care enough about what's going on in their daughters' lives as long as their isn't any trouble, or they press too hard on the smaller or more embarrasing issues. Mimi Rogers is great as the mom. She's a really underrated actress. Also, the students at their school are pretty condescending. Their interaction with the preppy bitch is just great, and the final scene between them and her is really well done. There's also the horny guy who chases after Ginger. His fate is downright hilarious. The film's ending is quite a saddening note to end on. Quite a powerful ending indeed, and its a wonderful finale I think. An inevitable, if tragic end. Anyways, any thoughts on this gem?