I had a gaggle of teens over for sleepover, and they wanted to watch Fear.com. After checking with all you marvelous Amazon reviewers, I turned it off. They whined, so I brought out Silver Bullet. Yes, it is an old movie, but kudos to the DeLaurentis (director) and King.
The movie has such an impact. Picking a boy in a wheelchair was excellent. You sympathize because he is a child, and the feeling of being chased but not being able to run, classic nightmare stuff. The monster may look hokey at times, but once again, kudos for showing us the monster throughout the movie (in good lighting), and not just in the last few minutes. Blood, yes there is some, but barely reaching an R level. I would not show the movie to anyone younger than thirteen. BUT, it is much better than psycho slasher movies. Also, the victims are not all helpless women.
It did the trick at the sleepover, not a peep throughout the movie, and everyone too scared to sleep near a window when it was over.
Beware the full moon, especially if it falls in the cycle of the wolf.