UPDATE: It has been largely reported that WerewolfCon was a giant scam that stole thousands of dollars from those planning on attending. We do not support this convention in any way! At long last there is a place for werewolf fans to gather and celebrate their love for their beloved beasties. WerewolfCon is a convention…Continue readingWerewolfCon is Coming!
A while back I not only mentioned the book Camille by Tess Oliver, but I also interviewed the author herself. A long time has passed since then and I have finally been able to sit down and give the book a read. Finally! This werewolf book is set in Victorian London, a time of horse…Continue readingReview of ‘Camille’ by Tess Oliver
Fables is a DC comic book series created by writer Bill Willingham and first published in 2002. The award-winning series follows a variety of characters from fairy tales and folklore – referring to themselves as “Fables” – who have been forced out of their Homelands by “The Adversary” who has conquered the realm. The Fables…Continue reading‘Fables: Werewolves of the Heartland’ Finally Has a Release Date
I am absolutely addicted to the book lover’s website Goodreads, like, hardcore addicted. Not only can you rate and review books there, you can also chat about books, partake in trivia, enter in contests and giveaways, and check out loads of book lists. While looking at a massively massive list of werewolf books I came…Continue readingThe ’13 to Life’ Series by Shannon Delany
The Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the oldest historical works of literature, is an epic about a king and his beast-man companion, Enkidu. Although various sections of the work exist, the most complete version of the story was found in the library of a 7th Century BC Mesopotamian King named Ahurbanipal. Written on 12 clay…Continue readingEnkidu: Original Werewolf or Historical Wild Man?
There’s a new monster flick that’s got every horror site talking – Monster Brawl. The film recently had its world premiere at Canada’s Fantasia film festival where it was so successful it picked up an audience award. Pretty impressive for an indie horror film. Check out the Monster Brawl description: “Set in the tradition of…Continue readingMonster Brawl
The Secret World is an upcoming massively multiplayer online game with a unique modern-day setting and unparalleled freedom of character progression. The game features a wide assortment of characters to play and monsters to fight, including werewolves. I know us werewolf fans are big on killing werewolves, but hey, it’s a new badass game with…Continue readingWerewolves Attack in ‘The Secret World’ MMORPG
One of my all-time favorite shows, Lost Girl, is back for its second season! Yay! I’ve briefly written about the show in the past and since then I have fallen absolutely and madly in love with it. Lost Girl contains the most fantastic group of characters, from a sexy succubus to a hilariously cocky sidekick,…Continue readingLost Girl is Back!
There is a werewolf book that has received an abundance of excellent reviews on countless websites and from prestigious book reviewers like Publishers Weekly, a book that has been recommended to me so many times now that I just had to write about it here because apparently it’s like ten kinds of awesome. The book…Continue readingWolfsangel by M. D. Lachlan
On October 18th the long dreaded Howling reboot, The Howling Reborn, is coming out on DVD and Blu-ray. The eighth film in The Howling franchise has already received all sorts of hell from fans of the original movie, so I am not expecting this flick to break any kind of sales records. Does The Howling…Continue reading‘The Howling Reborn’ Coming to DVD and Blu-ray
Coming November 1st is the DVD Vampires & Werewolves: Legends and Lore by the oh so wonderful Discovery Channel. The DVD contains all sorts of goodies for both vampire and werewolf fans. Obviously here on Werewolves.com we don’t care much for the vampire section of the upcoming DVD, so we’ll just focus on the werewolf…Continue readingVampires & Werewolves: Legends and Lore Coming to DVD
New werewolf books are a rare treat lately since so many paranormal authors have been focused on writing about vampires and angels instead, but after scanning Amazon for a long while I discovered one werewolf book that was just released. Hurray for wolf-tacular newbies! The book is Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight, and…Continue readingBlood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight
Unfortunately, big video game companies just aren’t releasing any werewolf games for console playin’ werewolf lovers. Which is absolutely lame. But, while not as good, there are quite a few downloadable werewolf games you can play right on your computer, like Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of the Full Moon. According to the game description Shadow…Continue readingShadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of the Full Moon
Stories of men transforming into beasts is nothing new, it’s a belief that has been around for ages, a belief that is not exclusive to werewolves alone. There are legends of were-creatures all around the globe and of course, not all of these tales feature men turning into wolves. Today I’m switching things up a…Continue readingWere-Creatures Around the World
The big Season 3 premiere of The Vampire Diaries is getting closer and closer! On September 15 the madness begins all over again and to get us really excited for what’s to come the CW and producer Kevin Williamson have shared some goodies with us – like a Season 3 promo, the premiere episode synopsis…Continue readingWhat’s to Come on Vampire Diaries Season 3
While I may be 25-years-old I’m a giant kid at heart and spend far more time watching cartoons than anything else. I love me some cartoons and was beyond happy when I stumbled across a new one, one with werewolves in it! Hell to the yes! The show is called Tara Duncan and is originally…Continue readingThe Magical Werewolf-filled World of Tara Duncan