That makes sense that a costume designer from the 1990s would be in charge of the werewolf design for today. Those people who aren't fans of 70s, 80s, and early 90s horror can't appreciate the fact that horror creatures back then looked goofy. Not as goofy as monsters from the 30s-60s, but goofy, nevertheless. Still, they made some cool movies (or so bad, it's good movies) to offset the goofyness. By the way, look at what passes for good monster costume's these days: ghost children, pale Japanese girls with hair over their faces, CGI monsters, and found footage movies where you hardly ever see the monster but get a plethora of shaky-cam and people bickering with one another.