I know that there are loads of Clawdeen Wolf fans here, and everywhere else, which is why I am happy to report that the new Monster High video game, Monster High: Ghoul Spirit, is out now for the Wii and the Nintendo DS. So, on top of playing with the Monster High dolls, reading the…Continue readingAttention Clawdeen Fans! Monster High Video Game Out Now!
There aren’t many new werewolf books hitting stores lately, so when I got an email telling me about a recently released werewolf novel, Autumn Moon by Slade Grayson, I had to share it with all the werewolf lovers here. Book description: “Tanneheuk, Montana appears to be an idyllic small town. There’s no crime, no poverty,…Continue reading‘Autumn Moon’ by Slade Grayson
If you have been keeping up with the current season of The Vampire Diaries then you know all about the hybrids, if you haven’t, then well you should avoid this post since it’ll be jam packed full of spoilers. Be warned! Anyway, last season the Mystic Falls gang had to deal with the big bad…Continue readingWhat Do You Think of The Vampire Diaries’ Hybrids?
Jonathan Glendenning’s upcoming horror comedy coming out of the UK, Strippers vs. Werewolves, has got everyone talking and there’s no wonder why, I mean, it’s sexy strippers battling it out with ferocious werewolves. More info on this upcoming film is slowly trickling in and now not only do we have a much longer plot description…Continue readingNew Stills for ‘Strippers vs. Werewolves’ Revealed
The recently released film The Howling: Reborn has been getting all sorts of hell from fans of the original Howling flick for being so incredibly different from what they know and love. Well, Joe Nimziki, director of the new Howling film, recently did an interview where he touched on those issues. He also discussed the…Continue readingDirector Joe Nimziki talks ‘The Howling: Reborn’
For those of you that don’t know your werewolf movie history (tsk tsk), John Landis is the brilliant director behind An American Werewolf in London, the werewolf film that completely changed how everyone viewed werewolves on film. The makeup and incredible transformation scene was like nothing anyone had seen before and it continues to this…Continue readingJohn Landis on ‘Monsters in the Movies’
At long last SyFy’s Being Human is finally returning! Woot! For those new to the show it is a re-imagining of the popular BBC series that follows three 20-something roommates: A ghost, a vampire and a werewolf who are struggling to keep their dark secrets from the world, while also helping each other out. The…Continue readingSyFy’s ‘Being Human’ Season 2 Promo Released!
In light of the recent film Red Riding Hood starring Amanda Seyfried, I would like to take another look at the history of the werewolf in the tale of Little Red Riding Hood. I know we’ve already discussed the hidden meaning behind the story’s elementary components, but what of the history behind this well-known werewolf…Continue readingLittle Red Cape
While scanning the interwebs for interesting reads I stumbled upon a rather unique book and simply had to get your opinions on it. The book is Fateful by bestselling author Claudia Gray. Gray is best known for her vampire series Evernight, but it turns out that she’s not just a vampire author, she also writes…Continue readingWerewolves on the Titanic?!
Awesome news for those of you who love Syfy’s remake of Being Human more than the original UK version! The first season of the remake is finally coming to both DVD and Blu-ray! Yay! On November 15, 2011 you can pick up your copy of Season one and all the extras features included. “Being Human…Continue readingSeason One of SyFy’s ‘Being Human’ Coming Soon to DVD
All Hallow’s Read, a day where you give a loved one a horror book in celebration of Halloween, was created last year by horror author Neil Gaiman. A year ago All Hallow’s Read was still a new idea, just something Gaiman happened to mention on his Twitter one day, but since then this spectacular day…Continue readingAll Hallow’s Read Has Returned!
I got an email from a reader a few days ago asking me why I have never written about the werewolf flick Audie and the Wolf, and well, to be entirely honest, I didn’t know it existed. Gasp! Yes, things occasionally slip past my radar, sorry ‘bout that. So to make things right, let’s give…Continue readingHorror and Comedy in ‘Audie and the Wolf’
While scanning Marvel’s website for news on a comic I read I got distracted and accidently stumbled across something entirely different, something hilarious and ridiculous all at once – Capwolf! Captain America in werewolf form in a werewolf storyline. Yes! Hardcore Captain America fans already know all about Capwolf, apparently it has been a long…Continue readingCaptain America: Man & Wolf
October is here! The month we spend our nights curled up in a warm blanket, sipping on hot cider and watching horror movie after horror movie. Hurray for Halloween month! In honor of this glorious time I’m having another film flashback. I can’t think of a more perfect time for watching classic horror movies than…Continue readingFilm Flashback: The Werewolf
Fantastic news werewolf fans! We are giving away five copies of the international bestselling novel The Last Werewolfby Glen Duncan! This incredible book has received countless amazing reviews worldwide and now five lucky readers get a free copy! Woo! See below for giveaway details. Plot description: “Then she opened her mouth to scream—and recognised me.…Continue readingWin a Free Copy of ‘The Last Werewolf’ by Glen Duncan!
I’ve got a fantastic treat for you today. An interview! Woot! I had the pleasure of chatting with D. T. Neal, the author of Saamaanthaa, a brand new werewolf novel unlike anything we’ve seen before. Check it out and let us know what you think. Can you tell us about your book Saamaanthaa? “Saamaanthaa” is…Continue readingExclusive Interview with D. T. Neal, Author of ‘Saamaanthaa’