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A live-action movie by Nickelodeon, first aired on October 23th, 2010, starring Victoria Justice as Jordan Sands.

The story begins with the Sands family, buried under bills and debt, receiving unusual news: their uncle-in-law, Dragomir Vucovic, has passed away, and left his entire castle to his late sister's family. Believing that selling the mansion could prove to be a remedy for their economic problems, Jordan, Hunter and their father, David, make the voyage.

There to greet them is Madame Varcolac, caretaker of the castle and close friend of the late Dragomir. The evening of their arrival, she gives them one rule: stay inside your room at night, and lock the door.

That doesn't really happen. Once their Internet fails, Jordan and Hunter search the house for its wireless router, eventually discovering it inside a hidden laboratory. While Hunter works with the 'net, Jordan examines the many gruesome objects around the room, eventually taking a curiously-placed vial of blood marked as, “L.B. 217.”

When Hunter pulls a prank on her, and she drops the tube, Madame V comes searching. In her hurry to hide from the creepy caretaker, Jordan accidentally steps on the glass shards, stabbing her foot and injecting herself with the foreign blood.

Too bad for her that blood just so happens to be from a werewolf.

The remainder of the story revolves around Jordan, Hunter and Madame Varcolac attempting to cure her before the next full moon, at which point it becomes impossible to undo. Along the way, David begins dating real estate agent Paulina, vampires who want the mansion attack, and the history of Dragomir Vucovic is explored.

Shares its title with, but is unrelated to, a 1973 film.

The Boy Who Cried Werewolf contains examples of:

 Madame Varcolac: She's a werewolf, you know.

Hunter: That explains a few things.

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