No. No we do not. There are already countless historical mashups in bookstores right now, loads of historical novels with a supernatural twist – Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, The Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor: Vampire Slayer, Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter, Henry VIII: Wolfman: A Novel – just to name a few. On top of these…Continue readingDo We Really Need More Historical Mashups?
Not too long ago one of my fantastic readers recommended a show titled Lost Tapes to me and I finally got a chance to look into it. I learned that not only does this show feature an assortment of supernatural beasties (including werewolves) but that season two is coming out on DVD in a few…Continue reading‘Lost Tapes’ Season 2 Coming Soon to DVD
There haven’t been enough good romance novels that feature a female werewolf protagonist, –the only one that currently comes to mind is Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause, which, despite its greatness and film potential, was turned into one of the worst werewolf movies I ever seen in my life. Thank god they haven’t…Continue reading“SheWolf” by J.D. Simpson Flips the Werewolf Romance Genre on Its Ass!
If you’re sick and tired of werewolf books about the love-struck werewolves or the weak werewolves that constantly get their asses beat then I’ve got just the book for you – Dog World by Jason McKinney. I was lucky enough to chat with Jason about his kickass apocalyptic werewolf novel and much more. Check it…Continue readingExclusive Interview with Jason McKinney Author of ‘Dog World’
Always on the hunt for werewolf movies and TV shows I was scanning the net for some unknown goodies and that’s when I stumbled across a show with werewolves in it, it was a show that came out in the 1990s, a show I had never heard, titled Gravedale High. Curious as to why this…Continue readingAnyone Remember Gravedale High?
One of the most trusted sources of supernatural news, the Internet, has yet again struck gold in the werewolf world…. where most of their politics are kept secret. Apparently, the other day a werewolf was freed from imprisonment, imposed upon him after being found guilty of the brutal murders of two hitchhikers in Yorkshire. The…Continue readingWerewolves on the Loose!
So, I read a lot, I mean, a lot a lot (you can book stalk me here) and because of this people give me book recommendations all the time (which I love). Usually, folks are pretty dead on, they know what I like and recommend all sorts of fantastic goodies for me to feast my…Continue readingWestern Werewolf Romance
Last year I wrote about a Canadian show titled Lost Girl which follows the life of Bo the succubus and the werewolf detective Dyson. I haven’t heard much more about the show since then because it is only being shown in Canada and not here in the US. However, pretty soon we’ll be hearing all…Continue reading‘Lost Girl’ is Coming to SyFy
Normally, I avoid werewolf products, and art, –because for some reason, no one seems to really have what I want. But the great thing about occult shopping on Etsy is that this stuff is made, for the most part, by people who feel exactly the same way. Cartoony-cutesy werewolves are just not what I want…Continue readingWerewolf Shopping on Etsy!
Anyone who has taken high school English knows who Alexandre Dumas is, but in case you need a refresher, he is the brilliant author who wrote both The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Those are the two my school teachers taught me about, but it wasn’t all he wrote. Did you know…Continue readingThe Classic Tale of ‘The Wolf Leader’
Robert Englund has been a horror icon for years, –he’s been in more horror movies than most people even realize. Englund isn’t just Fred Kruger, –he also had his own mystery/sci-fi anthology show. Something like a cross between Tales from the Crypt and X-Files, called The Nightmare Cafe. Check out Englund’s IMDb page sometime; the…Continue readingStrippers vs. Werewolves Adds Robert Englund to the Cast!
Step into the mythical and magical beast arena where we pit werewolves against some of the biggest and baddest creatures out there! Why? Because you always hear about werewolves vs. vampires, and well, it gets old after a while. Right? So let’s see how the wolves handle some other random beasts of lore. First battle…Continue readingWerewolves vs. Everything Else!
It has been a long while since I did a wolf-tastic movie trivia post. So here I am with a new edition of werewolf movie trivia, an entire post dedicated to random bits of information about your favorite werewolf flicks! Woo! Enjoy! In the 2011 film Red Riding Hood, starring the gorgeous Amanda Seyfried, Twilight’s…Continue readingWerewolf Movie Trivia: Part 3
While scanning my Amazon recommendations (I’m an Amazon junkie) I saw that there was a PC game listed, one that I hadn’t ever heard of before – Magic Encyclopedia: Moon Light. The game was recommended for me because I absolutely love those cheap puzzle/adventure games. They are one of my many addictions. After giving the…Continue readingMagic Encyclopedia: Moon Light
Silver Bullets, an indie film directed by Joe Swanberg, is definitely unlike any werewolf movie you have seen in the past, mainly because it doesn’t actually feature supernatural werewolves. Inspired by Chekhov’s The Seagull, this dark film examines the cinema and asks questions about art, commerce, power and desire. Using David Foster Wallace as a…Continue reading‘Silver Bullets’ is Not Your Ordinary Werewolf Film
The Werewolf Book: The Encyclopedia of Shape-Shifting Beings by Brad Steiger is hands down the most popular book on werewolves, you can find it in virtually any bookstore. The book has been out for a few years so you may be wondering why I am mentioning it now, well, the book is getting an update.…Continue reading‘The Werewolf Book’ Gets an Update
I remember back when I was a kid and LEGOs were nothing more than colored blocks, that’s it, just… little blocks. Nowadays though, LEGOs kick ass! A few years back my brother had this rad pirate LEGO set, it was pretty sweet and took him hours to build. Yeah, that totally didn’t exist when I…Continue readingThe Fearsome Werewolf… LEGO!
Right, I know you guys are werewolf fans, which means if you follow the Vampire Diaries at all, then you know there hasn’t been that much reason to watch the show lately, because Tyler Lockwood, resident werewolf, took off to go learn the ropes with the hardcore werewolf Jules. Unfortunately his mom had a nasty…Continue readingPrepare to Be Totally Blown Away by Klaus on the Vampire Diaries!
We have written about the werewolves of Ossory before, but after discovering some new information we couldn’t resist writing about them again. There are several stories in particular that frame the majority of Irish folklore regarding werewolves. In Northern Ireland it is said that there were tribes of wolf-men living in the wild that ancient…Continue readingWerewolves of Ossory
When I first saw this review, I was thinking, “Okay, I’m prepared for romance, sad werewolves, and girls who have managed to be world-weary at 14.” But then I actually read it, and the more I read about references to great literature, great TV, intelligent, witty dialog and storytelling, I felt more and more that…Continue readingCheck Out ‘The Last Werewolf’ by Glen Duncan
Yes, it’s true, werewolf yaoi actually exists! All of the pervy werewolf fans rejoice! Ahaha! Ahem, seriously though, I can see this making quite a few girls (and maybe some guys) very happy. Now, before I reveal the naughty book, let me first explain what yaoi is since it’s not exactly common knowledge. Yaoi, also…Continue readingWerewolf Yaoi Exists! …seriously
The first reviews for new film Dylan Dog: Dead of Night are starting to pop up… it’s not exactly a werewolf movie, but werewolves are in it, at least one anyway, and he’s pretty badass: pro-wrestler Kurt Angle will be doing the werewolf in the film. Unfortunately, although Angle’s werewolf is definitely one monster you…Continue readingWhat Are People Saying About Dylan Dog?
If you are one of the (awesome) people that have followed my writing for a while now then you already know that I love me some video games, and if you’re new to the site then, well, now you know. I play whatever I can get my hands on, from the classics to the new…Continue readingAnother Craptastic Addition to the Gaming World: Moonlight Sonata
400~ B C, it is said that in ancient Greece, a boxer named Damarchus was transformed into a wolf for nine years before once again re-donning human form. There is little to be found regarding this part of werewolf history, yet what we do know about Damarchus can be found in Pausanias’ Description of Greece,…Continue readingDamarchus’ Nine Year Werewolf Curse