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The Boy Who Cried Werewolf


T-minus nine days ’til Halloween!

And we’ve got the perfect TV movie to get ya in the mood—especially if you’re a Victoria Justice fan.

You obviously already heart her as the amazingly talented Tori on Nickelodeon's hit TV show, Victorious, but now, get ready to see her in a different light.

In Nickelodeon's latest TV movie, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (premiering tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT), Victoria breaks away from her usual role to become Jordan Sands, an insecure and clumsy 17-year-old, dorky glasses and allergies included. 

Jordan's life is crazy: She's trying to fill the shoes of her recently passed mother, deal with a little bro who has an obnoxious obsession with monster movies and scary pranks, and, oh yeah, survive high school. And now things are about to get much, much weirder.

The Sands family heads off to Romania to sell the family castle, which Jordan's dad has just inherited from a distant uncle. For him, selling the house means no more money troubles for the fam. But he soon finds out it's not going to be that easy—especially when Jordan gets mixed up in a strange lab accident that triggers a bizarre transformation into a werewolf!


 
Before long, Jordan starts to show her wild side. As her body transforms, so does her personality and she becomes graceful and confident. Jordan soon realizes that although she may be cool and athletic, that isn't what she wants at all. And, if that's not enough, the change just confuses her crush, the adorable Goran (Steven Grayhm).

With the help of her annoying little brother, Hunter, and the creepy housekeeper, Madame Varcolac (Brooke Shields), Jordan sets out to find the cure for her bizarre condition before it's too late.

This movie is hilarious and scary at the same time. Hunter's pranks will have  you jumping and Madame V.'s overbearing attitude and ridiculous accent will leave you laughing.

Watch a clip from the flick below…
 
Be sure to tune in to The Boy Who Cried Werewolf tonight, Oct. 23, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Nickelodeon. We promise the tricks—and treats—in this movie, guaranteed to gear you up for Halloween.

What’s the scariest trick that someone's played on you? Blog about it, babes.

BY BRIDGET RUNGE ON 10/23/2010 7:00:00 AM

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