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Half Moon (2011) Sounds Like It Sucks

But in a funny way. Remember, the werewolf movie with the pornstar actress? It sounds like one of those “so stupid it’s funny” movies, from the recent film review it’s had. Personally, that just recommends it more to me. I love goofy horror movies, and it’s always been evident to pretty much anyone who has…

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Will Teen Wolf Suck Horribly? Tyler Hoechlin Answers!

I love supernatural drama, and television has long been missing werewolves; not that True Blood, the Vampire Diaries, and even, for a short time The Gates, have not delivered. But those shows were primarily about vampires, and assorted other creatures; werewolves have periodic appearances, or at best, get the honor of being supporting characters. That’s…

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Gamer Flashback: Werewolves of London

Let’s travel back to the 80s, 1987 to be exact, and have a look at one of the video games lost to time – Werewolves of London. This single-player game was released for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and the Amstrad CPC… yeah, it’s that old. Werewolves of London is set in, well, London obviously…

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Register Today or Pay the Consequences Later

Just about every day, we’re bombarded with comments from people who claim they are real live vampires, werewolves, –no zombies yet, or ghouls, that I know of. So far, vampires and werewolves are the most popular. Well guys, I’ve got some bad news for you; according to the Supernatural Registration Authority, you have to register…

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Get a Werewolf Pet in the Sherwood Dungeon MMO!

I have a hopeless addiction, that I think I’ve shared once or twice on here: I am terminally addicted to browser games and MMORPGs. So of course, when I found out that I can have my very own werewolf pet, in Sherwood Dungeon, I did a small, completely uninhibited happy dance. Sherwood Dungeon is a…

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Once in a Full Moon by Ellen Schreiber

Ellen Schreiber may sound familiar to the vampire fans, for she is the author of the bestselling Vampire Kisses series, but don’t worry guys, we’re not talking about the vamps in this post. Ellen has decided to have a little vampire break and has penned a young adult werewolf novel titled Once in a Full…

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Werewolves are Universal… But Why Canada?

Whether you’re one of the apparent millions of people obsessed with the SpaceWolves iPhone app in Greece, of all places, or you’re one of the people who practically dropped dead of shock when some of the werewolf cast of the Twilight saga walked into a fast food place in Vancouver, –and chances are, you’re not,…

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Amanda Seyfried Chats about ‘Red Riding Hood’

The gorgeous Amanda Seyfried is preparing for the release of her latest film, Red Riding Hood – which is based on the old fairy tale and tells the story of a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf. In an interview, Seyfried spoke about the film, putting an end to the rumors that Red…

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Upcoming Werewolf Books!

Since vampires have taken over the world we don’t have as many werewolf books coming our way, but luckily we’ve got a few gems hitting book store soon-ish! From anthologies full of sexy she-wolves to detective werewolves check out what the upcoming months have for us bookworms. (Click the titles for more info) How to…

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Bill Schnoebelen Talks About His Werewolf Friends

Recently, I completed a long piece covering ‘Interview with an Ex Vampire‘, on Vampires.com, –sort of an expose on the whacked out things that people can be led to believe, as long as an old guy who looks like Santa Claus tells them it’s true. Bill Schnoebelen, if you’d never heard of him, is …odd….

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The Good Dr. Johann Weyer

In the 16th century when witch and werewolf trials were still going very strong and countless individuals were wrongly killed due to mass hysteria, most people supported it; they felt that these evil beings needed to be destroyed. However, there were in fact some brave men spoke against it. The Dutch physician Dr. Johann Weyer…

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Novel Companion to Red Riding Hood Film

Weird to write a book to go with a movie, I always thought; usually, it’s the other way around: Filmmakers are too unoriginal to come up with real ideas and scripts, so they look for authors willing to let them massacre the story they started out with. It seems like cheating though, to pen a…

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Really Bad Werewolf Books

If you’re one of those people that do occasionally stoop to literally ‘judge a book by its cover’, then we’ve got some for you to avoid. See, I just got a Kindle, and one of the great things about the Kindle is all the free ebooks, and classic novels you can put on there. However,…

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No Longer a ‘Being Human’ Virgin

That’s right Dear Readers, as much as I love werewolves and other supernatural beasties I never watched a single episode of Being Human, the original or the remake. But a few nights ago, while sitting in front of the TV and scanning through hundreds of channels that mostly consisted of lame reality shows, I saw…

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New Werewolf Coming to True Blood!

It’s all over Internet-town, –it’s all anyone can blog about! There’s going to be a sexy new face in the werewolf line-up: Daniel Buran is coming to True Blood, and it’s going to cause something of a fuss, because he’s going to be revealed as the packmaster of the Shreveport werewolves. That’s definitely going to…

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Remake of An American Werewolf in London?

What’s funny is that basically, there are no updates, and the whole rumor circulating about a remake of An American Werewolf in London, was never really established as fact. But finally, in the middle of a discussion about a different film (Some Guy Who Kills People), John Landis reveals not just facts about the new…

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The League of S.T.E.A.M.

If you’re a fan of the supernatural, steampunk and live theater then I’ve got a hell of a treat for you – The League of S.T.E.A.M., a performance group that gives its audience one wild and magical show. From the official S.T.E.A.M. website: “Our talented group of inventors and actors take the audience back to…

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French Animated Werewolf in Tales of the Night

I love animated movies; whether it’s American, Italian, Japanese, –whatever, –I’ve always just collectively referred to them as ‘kids movies’, even though of course, not all animated films are kids’ movies. On top of that, from what I’ve read about Michel Ocelot’s past work, Princes et Princesses, it’s a bit artsy. Ocelot uses a combination…

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Are the Vampire Diaries Werewolves Lame?

Duh, no. I was skimming the blog-o-sphere earlier, looking for ideas about what to feed you monsters, when I came across this -guy- who said the werewolves on the Vampire Diaries were lame. I say ‘were’ because the werewolves on VD appear to have retreated for the time being. Here are some of his key…

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‘The Howling’ Director Set to Film Another Werewolf Movie!

That’s right readers, Joe Dante, the man who brought us “The Howling,” is working on yet another werewolf flick! Titled “Monster Love” and written by Greg Pak (Planet Hulk) this werewolf movie definitely won’t be as badass as “The Howling” is. This can be seen as either bad or good depending on whether you’re a…

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Werewolf Music Video Goes from Clip to Short Film

There’s a lot of lingo in this post on DreadCentral about a werewolf clip, that was originally produced and recorded in order to promote a HorrorFest film festival in South Africa. I was really confused reading this the first few times, but I managed to put it in normal-people speak for you guys. It goes…

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Werewolf Valentine Gifts

Tis’ the season of love, lust and mass consumerism! That’s right, Valentine’s day is almost here and what better way to celebrate it than with werewolves? If you’re looking for the perfect gift for your werewolf lovin’ sweetie (or for your single self) then I’ve got just what you need! Jewelry Jewelry is one of…

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Tyler Lockwood Leaves Mystic Falls; Werewolves Gone for Good?

Somehow I doubt the werewolf action in Mystic Falls has come to a complete stop, but I do think that for now, there’ll be a lot less werewolf business going on. If you don’t keep up with the Vampire Diaries, then here’s the skinny: everyone, vampires, witches, werewolves, –is after Elena. Some vampires want to…

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The New Werewolf on Being Human UK is Impressing all the Right People

Soooo cute! Robson Green is a werewolf character on Being Human UK, McNair, not to be confused with the jerk character in SyFy’s new werewolf drama, taking place in their version of Being Human. His character a little more complex; there’s more going on at this point, more ally-issues, and possible unity torn asunder through…

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Andrea Cremer’s ‘Nightshade’ Sequel on the Way!

Bestselling author Andrea Cremer struck gold with her young adult werewolf novel Nightshade. Praised for her rich storytelling and her fascinating characters, readers fell in love with her world of werewolves. Now her fans have more to enjoy, for the second book in the series, Wolfsbane, is coming to bookstores July 26, 2011! Yes, that’s…

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