Review of Wolfpack Of Reseda

Wolfpack of Resenda is a webseries that originally premiered a few months back on Myspace (yes, it still exists) and an assortment of other digital shops. The series is about Ben March’s mundane 20-something life transforming when he becomes convinced he’s been bitten by a werewolf in the suburban-Los Angeles stretch of Reseda.

According to the description: “Mixing elements of workplace comedy with bits of horror, Wolfpack of Resenda is a unique take on office life, the supernatural, and “winning.” After forming his own “wolfpack” and becoming the alpha dog of Reseda, Ben’s moon is on the rise, but will it turn him irreversibly into the beast that will raise Hell in the Valley?”

I recently watched the entire first season on Netflix, which in my opinion is better than watching it on other formats since Netflic put each 15 minute episode into one long stream, making it feel like a movie with no breaks in between.

Anyway, Wolfpack of Resenda was surprisingly enjoyable. Seriously. I was expecting a poorly produced, low-budget comedy full of lame jokes, but that’s not what I got. Instead, Wolfpack of Resenda is a well-made and highly entertaining series. It wasn’t the best thing I have ever seen, but it did have me laughing a lot and I loved the twist at the end. I can definitely seeing werewolf fans getting into this show.

Season 1 of Wolfpack of Resenda, which consists of 8 episodes, has already debuted and you can watch for free HERE or on digital shops like Amazon, or on Netflix.

Have any of you given the show a watch? If so, what did you think?

– Moonlight

About the Author
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to werewolves and other supernatural beasties. She writes for top genre sites like and You will most likely find her huddled over a book of folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and you may lose a limb. You can stalk her via her Twitter.


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