werewolf, werewolves and lycans

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Exclusive Interview with The Werewolf Cathedral

When I first heard of The Werewolf Cathedral, a religious group that bases its beliefs on werewolves, I was instantly skeptical and critical. So I did what anyone would, I did research. Unfortunately I still had far too many unanswered questions, so I went to the source – I contacted the Cathedral and asked for…

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Red Moon Rising by Peter Moore

I regularly check up on upcoming werewolf books, but very few of them ever catch my eye seeing how the majority of new werewolf books are unoriginal trashy romance novels – lame. However, today was different, there was finally a unique werewolf tale for young adults readers – Red Moon Rising by Peter Moore. Book…

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Werewolf Movie Trivia: Part 2

Yup, I’m finally bringing it back! Werewolf movie trivia! Woo! So prepare yourselves Dear Readers for even more totally useless facts about your beloved werewolf films. On Jimmy Kimmel’s “Total Eclipse of the heart” special Robert Pattinson revealed that the censors required that the wolves in the Twilight flicks have no genitalia whenever they appear…

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Eclipse is Coming Soon to a Store Near You!

I’ve finally got some good news for you Twilight junkies, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is coming out on DVD and Blu-ray at long last! Here’s the big date to mark on your calendars – Saturday, December 4th! Just like the previous two movies, there are about 67496749 million versions of Eclipse you can buy –…

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MTV’s ‘Teen Wolf’ Trailer Leaked… and it’s lame

Just as the title says, MTV trailer for their Teen Wolf remake was recently leaked and well, it looks awful. I mean, seriously, what were they thinking? But I’ll let you folks decide: The trailer has me feeling confused – MTV’s Teen Wolf is supposed to be a remake of the classic 80s flick, yet…

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Red Riding Hood Trailer Released

We finally have a trailer for Amanda Seyfried’s upcoming film Red Riding Hood. The film is directed Catherine Hardwicke and is very loosely based on the famous fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood. Leonardo DiCaprio, Michael Ireland, Jennifer Davisson Killoran, Alex Mace and Julie Yorn produced the film for Warner Bros, so you know it’s…

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Is Werewolf Culture Dangerous?

From Team Jacob Fans, to the San Antonio “teen Werewolf” culture (claims of teen werewolves also apparently occurred in the media in 2003 from Brisbane Australia), a fascinating side of werewolves is their interpretations by modern culture. But what does it really mean when claiming to be a werewolf or having a deep fascination for…

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The Tale of Melion

I’ve got a treat for you today Dear Readers, a werewolf tale that dates back to the 12th century. The author of the story is unknown, but it originated in Picardy some time between 1190 and 1204 and was told across England by traveling bards. The story tells the tale of Melion, a knight at…

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Badass Books for Badass People!

A while back we were all bitching about the fact that the majority of werewolf books nowadays are trashy romances – you know, broad shouldered men on the cover with some cleavage-tastic chick in his arms. If that wasn’t bad enough, if aren’t trashy romances, then they’re often an angst-ridden teen romances. Now, there’s nothing…

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Even More Werewolf Webcomics!

That’s right guys, I have even MORE werewolf webcomics to share with you! It just goes to show you how absolutely awesome werewolves are. If you missed the first list go here. As for the second list, look below. (Click the titles to view the comic) Eldritch Eldritch follows the life of Faith, a lycanthrope,…

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FDR: American Badass

I’m sure you have all seen the many mashups out there, and how can you not, they’re everywhere! You’ve got historical mashups like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and then you have a massive amount of literary mashups, such as Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters, Little Women and Werewolves and…

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More Werewolf Webcomics!

You guys ask for it and here it is – more werewolf webcomics! You liked the post on the comic dream*scar, so I figured why not do an entire post on the various werewolf webcomics out there. Check it out: (Click on the titles to see the comic) Strays Strays is about Meela, a young,…

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New Werewolf Coming to The Vampire Diaries

That’s right Vampire Diaries fans, a new werewolf is coming to Mystic Falls! Woo! Michaela McManus is the new actress set to join the cast of one of our favorite supernatural shows. Spoilers ahead! Reports are saying that the actress will play Jules, a friend of Mason Lockwood, in a few episodes of The Vampire…

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Legendary

Being the uber-geek that I am, I regularly check up on new and old games, and I just now came across a game from 2008 that has werewolves in it! I know, that’s ancient in the world of graphics and whatnot, but the good thing about older games is that they’re way cheaper than new…

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The Truth About Wolf Attacks

I love when you guys leave comments on the posts and I read every single one. But I’ll admit it, there are certain comments I have seen that drive me crazy! That’s right – crazy. Here is something I have seen a couple dozen times now, something that annoys me every time: Person 1: “I…

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Is the Wodewose a Werewolf?

I have quite a few books on the history of werewolves (yaaaay books!) and some of these books mention a creature known as the wodewose (also known as the woodwose). The name refers to either a group of men or outlaws living in the forest, or to a mythical being that has existed deep in…

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