werewolf, werewolves and lycans

The Ice Crocodile

Sure LOOKS like a crocodilian, doesn’t it. Just below the surface, swimming along, ice accumulated on the bony ridges of its back. Only crocodiles and alligators are coldblooded. They can’t really move when it gets that cold—“that” cold in this case being cold enough for ice to form. In point of fact they aren’t supposed…

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Fake Phalluses Open the Devil’s Doorway!

Y’all bear with me on this one. It was just too good not to share, and I expect most of you will find it as entertaining as I did. Did you know that if you are a female and you masturbate, you are opening a portal to the underworld, through which demons aplenty can enter…

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It’s The THING!

As in, the Thing from Another World, from the John Carpenter movie. Or the Howard Hawks movie, of which the former was a remake. Sure, you could argue that the Thing is really more of a vampire than a werewolf, as it did, especially in the original, have a taste for blood, but werewolves like…

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AMERICAN WEREWOLF Remake Coming

It’s official. I don’t know whether to be excited about it or depressed, but it’s been confirmed; it’s for sure happening. I reported on it a few weeks back, when it was just a rumor. Max Landis, son of John Landis, director of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, one of the greatest werewolf pictures ever…

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Get Your Exorcise!

Here’s a creepy video for you, courtesy of the new Fox television series THE EXORCIST (based on the movies of the same name, naturally). The video, though, is supposed to be (and looks) genuine. A minister was out to save the soul of a killer, one Aljar Swartz, by casting out the demons inside of…

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Tomatoes Cause Werewolves

Tomatoes are evil. I call them the “Devil’s Fruit.” It goes all the way back to the beginning. The forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden? A tomato. Original sin itself, contained in a spherical (sorta) red package. Then there was some confabulation with the tomato vine and a snake, and the snake got the…

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Hellll-oooo?!

To quote from “Foolin’,” that song from Def Leppard, “Is anybody out there? Anybody there? Does anybody wonder? Anybody care?” I’m writing this in reference to our recent contest, a contest stillborn if ever there was one. We here at vampires.com and werewolves.com had teamed-up to offer some witty vampire and/or werewolf mark the chance…

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Snuggle up with Wolves

There’s a resort in Norway where guests can play with wolves. The resort is creatively named “Wolf Lodge”—wonder how long it took ‘em to come up with that one?—and it is a part of the larger Polar Park in Narvik. (“Polar Park?” Really? What is it with these Norwegians and their simplistic, obvious names for…

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Goin’ Down

It would be interesting to know how the concept began, the belief that the underworld, Hell, if you will, is located underground. Was it because of volcanoes, spewing forth fire and brimstone? Then again, who decided that Hell was stuffed full of fire and brimstone, anyway? (Viking Hell is a place of agonizing COLD, for…

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Werewolf Robs Bank?

Of course this happened on Halloween. A call was placed to 911 operators in Omaha, Nebraska, by an unnamed concerned citizen. The caller reported seeing a werewolf, or, to be more specific, a man dressed up as a werewolf, run out of some bushes with a sack and charge into a bank. The caller assumed…

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Review: NOCTURNE

A group of teenagers, all of whom have secrets, one of whom has a secret darker than the rest, is having a party. There’s alcohol, drugs, and sex aplenty. And then they start messing around with a Ouija board. Then one of the group gets possessed, and bad things happen. How cliché does that sound?…

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Interview with Makeup Artist Dennis Preston

Special Effects guru Dennis Preston was in Decatur, Alabama this past weekend—as was yours truly, but it was a much shorter commute for me than it was for him, as I live in Alabama and he calls Chicago home—for the LEGLESS CORPSE HALLOWEEN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL. He was there to display his work, publicize his…

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Franken-Dog!

This one is as much Frankenstein as werewolf. And since it’s really a dog’s head and not a wolf’s head, it’s really more like Frankenstein. But (a.) we don’t have a Frankenstein-based website; (b.) it’s a freakin’ dog’s head brought back to life(!); (c.) the Russian scientists conducting their mad Cold War experiments could just…

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Werewolves are Bratwurst-Intolerant!

Being an independent creator myself, I’m more than happy to do my part to support other struggling creators in their endeavors. There was even a time, many moons ago, when I primarily wanted to earn my living writing comic books. Problem being, I can’t draw a realistic stick figure, ergo I found myself at the…

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Horror Happy Meals

File this one under “Things that don’t exist, but should!” Co-file it under “Things that have inspired fake Facebook articles” if you’d like. Either and both statements are true. Peruse these amazing Horror-themed Happy Meals. Unfortunately this is the only place you will see them. They’re not real. As in, you can’t actually go to…

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Werewolf Sightings

This article from Animalmozo is redundantly titled “21 of the Scariest Werewolf Sightings Ever Seen!” I confess I laughed out loud when I read it. More like a chuckle, to be factual. And more because it reminded me of the Spinal Tap song “Tonight I’m Gonna Rock You Tonight” than anything else. Anyway, what are…

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Trump: Werewolf or Vampire? (And you can win a prize!)

Okay, peeps, let’s have a little contest. This one is strictly for Twitter, as I’m trying to up our Twitter visibility. Here is the question: Would Donald Trump be a vampire or a werewolf? Simple, right? Not as much as you might think. What I’m looking for is a WITTY response. Something like “a vampire,…

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Nope, nothing wrong here!

If you’ve read Stephen King’s novel CUJO, you might remember the plight that faces the novel’s hapless protagonist. He’s an advertising type, and has to contend with a PR nightmare when a popular cereal brand his company represents turns out to be responsible for a nationwide panic. The food coloring in the cereal caused kids…

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Scariest Movies of All Time – Maybe

Allow me to condense this article for you, peeps. It purports to offer you the 26 most frightening films you should be watching this Halloween season. But are all the suggestions worthy? I’ll run down the list for you, and offer my succinct and sage summations. THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING. (Haven’t seen it, thus…

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It’s a Goat, Man!

I seem to recall Reece Witherspoon doing a movie wherein she played a real person, and this lady had gone off on some kind of walkabout or something, trekking into the wilderness. Then there was that Grizzly Man guy, who went to live with bears, taking his girlfriend with him, and then the bears ate…

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Cheer up a Cannibal (Star)!

Out of the subgenre of cannibal films that cropped up in the 60s and 70,s the best and most infamous is Ruggero Deodato’s CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST. The film has been called “pornographically violent,” but the onscreen bloodshed and carnage didn’t bother me. The footage of real animals being killed, though, that I had a big problem…

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Wolf’s Museum of Mystery A-OK

I had a few tense hours last week, as Hurricane Matthew strafed the eastern Florida coastline. Certain areas got hit really hard, among them America’s oldest, most historic, and most charming city, Saint Augustine, Florida. Readers will recall that St. Augustine is home to the truly one-of-a-kind attraction that is WOLF’S MUSEUM OF MYSTERY, which…

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Obama bans machine-gunning of wolves

It’s galling and frustrating how environmental causes have become so politicized. What should be common ground is today anything but. We all live on the same planet, after all. Should we not all want to take care of that planet? Should we all not want to sustain it for our children and grandchildren? Yet money…

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Bigfoot captured by eagle nest cam?

When I say “captured,” I of course mean in the photographic sense. Alas, photos and plaster casts of footprints, and hair samples of dubious distinction, are all we have in the way of evidence for the existence of Bigfoot. It’s likely all we’ll ever have. I theorize that if such a creature as Bigfoot does…

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Will the real Bluebeard please stand up?

I have a soft spot in my heart for Gilles de Rais, the French madman, necromancer, and serial killer of children who inspired Charles Perrault’s fairytale “Bluebeard.” (Or was Gilles de Rais innocent, as many have claimed? Was he framed by greedy family members and corrupt politicians?) Gilles de Rais was a soldier, a war…

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