An American man unwittingly gets involved with French werewolves who have developed a serum allowing them to transform at will.

Claude: I LOVE Americans. You all have a good taste.
Andy McDermott: [Wakes up naked and surrounded by a crowd the morning after his first rampage as a werewolf] What did I do?
Serafine: I want you to blow a big bubble for me.
Andy McDermott: What?
Serafine: Well... It's a custom in France. The bigger the bubble, the more a boy likes a girl.
Andy McDermott: Great. Come to Paris and check out les drains.
Claude: [Andy has just met Claude] Andy: Are you her, uh, brother?
Andy McDermott: Claude: Let's just say I... look after her.
Surgeon: Did you see a girl? She's stolen my heart.
Andy McDermott: I know the feeling.
Andy McDermott: I didn't choose to become a werewolf. I can't face the fact that I've got to go around killing and eating people for the rest of my life.
Brad: Better get used to it.
Bouncer: [outside the Club Luna] Claude said no one is to be admitted once the door was locked.
Serafine: The full moon is rising; would you rather I remained out here with you?
Bouncer: Uh, no.
[opens the door and lets Serafine in, quickly locking the door behind her]
Andy McDermott: I'm losing... my freaking... skull!
Amy Fitch: Who do you have to sleep with to get a guy to have sex with you?
[the undead Amy rises from a slab as a zombie]
Amy Fitch: Thanks for the lovely evening, douche-bag. You really know how to treat a lady!
Andy McDermott: No! You're dead!
Amy Fitch: No, I'm undead. Which means I'm forced to walk this wretched earth until you die.
[Brad appears as a zombie]
Brad: Not so fast! You want my buddy dead, you're gonna have to come through me.
Amy Fitch: Oh, that's something.
[to Andy]
Amy Fitch: It took me four years on a stairmaster to get a package like this. You ripped through it like a lamb chop!
Andy McDermott: This can't be happening.
Brad: Don't blame me Andy. I warned you.
Amy Fitch: [to Andy] Wait a minute. You knew about this all along?
Cadaver: Hey, keep it quiet! Some of us are trying to rest in pieces here.

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