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10 Werewolf Romance Series You Need to Read

There’s more out there than just Twilight, and Laurell K. Hamilton regurgitae-maximae. the popular writers get a lot of coverage, but with so many werewolf romance stories out there, sometimes it’s just easier to grab what everyone else is reading, instead of choosing something that no one has told you anything about, and that you…

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The Annoying Böxenwolf

Werewolf folklore time! Woooo! So, in Germany in the region between the Diester River and the Weser River they tell a tale about the odd böxenwolf, a werewolf that’s more of a pain in the ass than a deadly fearful monster. The böxenwolf liked to spend its nights preying upon weary travelers, but he didn’t…

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Mini-Biography: Tyler Lockwood, Werewolf Candidate

Tyler Lockwood is as much a part of Mystic Falls as any other member of the ‘Founding Families’. The Founding Families are, well, exactly what they sound like; the ancestors responsible for founding Mystic Falls, as screwy and weird as the place is. The families who founded the town were steeped in secrecy, and at…

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Shakira’s She-Wolf Covered by a uh… Boy Band?

Shakira’s song about a man-eating werewolf babe is cute, and the video is sexy. A hot blonde wriggling around in a skin tight, flech colored …thing, inside a cage? And a black leotard with missing bits? The video is really sexy, especially the panting, –well, the part where she’s doing that weird, joint popping thing…

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The Harz Mountain Werewolf

Today dear readers, I bring you yet another old werewolf folktale. Like most werewolf legends, this one contains grisly deaths, gore and an unhappy ending. Once upon a time, Count van Breber and his beloved countess Hilda were vacationing in the Harz Mountains in Germany. One evening they stopped at an inn, and, while chatting…

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Dog Soldiers

One month after failing a recruitment test for special forces for refusing to shoot a dog, Private Cooper, along with his platoon, find themselves caught up in a routine training exercise gone terribly wrong. Everything starts out normally enough with the platoon deployed to the Scottish highlands for what they have been told was to…

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Werewolf – Curse of Pandora: Board Game for the iPad!

Werewolf has been around forever; whether you’re playing the party game twist, with live-action role playing, and running around in the dark, or the creepy Internet version, –you know, the one that inspired the horrible movie ‘Cry Wolf’. There are also various board and card games out there; the latest actually, is ‘Werewolf – Curse…

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Girl with the Red Riding Hood Cast is Getting Better and Better!

As new details pop up surrounding the Gothic re-imagining of the classic fairy tale, rife with repressed sexuality, Little Red Riding Hood, the cast members recruited for the film are just getting greater. Sure there are a few mediocre actors tossed in there, –such as Max Irons, who were recently added to the cast, but…

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Werewolves Kick Vampire Ass In New Eclipse Trailer

Get ready Twilight lovers! The small town of Forks is about to be overrun with a vampire army, and the blood will flow! Thank to the werewolves. In the new Eclipse trailer, which recently premiered on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), are forced…

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Vera Blanc Detective Game Tackles Werewolves!

Not to mention, a variety of other creatures, monsters and mysterious happenings; and mystery is the keyword here. Vera Blanc: Full Moon is coming soon from Tycoon games, and currently in development. Plus, it looks like the first episode of the serial-style game involves werewolves! Woot! And there’s a sexy chick detective solving paranormal and…

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The Werewolves of Wales

Records of a giant wolf-like creature in North Wales date back to 1790, when a stagecoach traveling between Denbigh and Wrexham was attacked and overturned by a big black beast that was said to be as long as the coach horses. This werewolf pounced on and savagely ripped apart one of the horses, the other…

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Are Werewolves Democrats?

Well, they might not be democrats now, but they’re definitely under pressure to choose from one of the two major political parties now that the democrats are beginning to reach out to the werewolf population. As far as vampires go, there’s probably a good chance that if the werewolves choose the Democratic party, the vampires…

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Michael Jackson’s Thriller

Now I know some of you might be thinking, ‘What does Michael Jackson have to do with werewolves?’ but you’d be surprised with the answer. Starting off with the obvious, well obvious to anyone who has ever watched the video for Michael Jackson’s Thriller, the video opens with a scene that could have been taken…

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Werewolf Lore: The Varulv

Werewolves in Sweden and Norway are called the ‘Varulv’. Eastern Europe is particularly rich with werewolf folklore, unlike England, where wolves were hunted almost to extinction. The Varulv almost has its own mythology, though in many ways it is similar to the traditional werewolf lore we’re so used to hearing about. He’s half man, half…

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Look Forward to Some ‘Skin’

Sorry guys, it’s not that type of skin, but just as good. A new werewolf movie! Well, maybe. Spoke Lane Entertainment and Mike the Pike Productions have acquired film rights to George R.R. Martin’s werewolf novella “The Skin Trade.” So there’s no movie yet and there probably won’t be for a long while, but hey,…

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Upcoming Werewolf Movie: The Girl with the Red Riding Hood

That’s really drawing out the movie title, isn’t it? I can’t help but wonder whether or not this means that someone else might be making some other movie, or already owns the rights, to a ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ movie. Oh well, as it stands, the newest werewolf movie to make its way in to…

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Werewolves at Work: An eBook from the Author, Ashley Harness, Coming Soon!

You know, there are plenty of articles, rules and guidelines to determine whether or not you might be dating a werewolf, living with a werewolf, married to a werewolf, or even related to one. But there really aren’t any fail safe plans to determine whether or not there could be a werewolf in the next…

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The Lycanthropous Stream

There’s a folktale that tells the story of a peasant that desperately wished to become a werewolf. To do this he simply waited for a night when the moon was full, knelt by the side of a lycanthropous stream at midnight and recited these words: “Tis night! Tis night! and the moon shines white over…

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Black Shuck

If you ever happen to find yourself alone traveling the English countryside be wary of any strange black dogs that might cross your path for such a creature might just be none other than the hell hound, Black Shuck. Said to be an enormous black dog, sometimes as big as a horse, Black Shuck is…

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Moonwatch, A Must Have for the Werewolf on the Go

Nothing could be worse than being an absent minded werewolf. Think about it, for 30 days of the month you just go about your business without a care in the world… until that night. Yeah you know that night, the inevitable full moon that you know always comes but still manages to catch you by…

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Five Real Werewolf Sightings!

Are werewolves real? Are they myth? Well, if you don’t believe that werewolves actually do roam the Earth with us, check out these real werewolf sightings from actual people who think that they have seen a wolf of the scariest kind. Mrs. Delburt Gregg of Greggton, Texas was awoken in the middle of the night…

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Exclusive Interview with Werewolf Haiku’s Ryan Mecum

Thanks to the awesomeness that is Twitter, I connected with the hilarious and brilliant poet, Ryan Mecam, and landed us an interview. Ryan is the man behind the incredible Zombie Haiku, Vampire Haiku and of course, Werewolf Haiku. 1. Can you tell our readers a bit about your new book Werewolf Haiku? Werewolf Haiku is…

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Review for War Wolves (2009)

This movie is set up to be absolutely awesome; casting horror legends like Tim Thomerson, and Martin Kove, with other known B-grade horror names like Art La Fleur, Adrienne Barbeaux, and John Saxon. The plot sets itself up pretty smoothly with the classic flashback scenario; male and female soldiers working together in Iraq, everyone’s friendly,…

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The Werewolves of Poligny

There’s an old werewolf legend from 1521 that revolves around the werewolves of Poligny. These werewolves were first noticed when a traveler passing through the town of Poligny, France, became attacked by a wolf. Managing to fight the beast off, he also wounded him in the process. Of course, the trail of blood led right…

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Michigan’s Dogman

Living in Michigan and being a huge fan of werewolf folktales I was pleasantly surprised to hear that Michigan has it’s very own werewolf myth, the dogman. The Michigan Dogman is a beastie that has been spotted all throughout Michigan and gained fame in 1987 when radio DJ Steve Cook produced a song about a…

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