My expectations for the "Twilight"-esque remake of "Teen Wolf" were so low once I saw its tagline, "Love. Be Afraid," that I was surprised the show actually had some positive attributes.

My expectations for the "Twilight"-esque remake of "Teen Wolf" were so low once I saw its tagline, "Love. Be Afraid," that I was surprised the show actually had some positive attributes.

But first, the bad. "Teen Wolf" exists solely to portray angsty, forbidden love between Scott (Tyler Posey) and Allison (Crystal Reed), and an unnecessary amount of screen time is devoted to showing Posey shirtless. Also, the dialogue is frequently abhorrent and clunky, especially the lines spoken by Stiles (Dylan O'Brien).

What's good about it? The well-done action and cinematography, some decent scare tactics and occasional, subtle jokes that are actually funny.

"Teen Wolf" isn't as terrible as I had expected, but it has clearly been developed for the MTV audience, which means it isn't good.