I have a double dose of awesome for you today Dear Readers – an interview with a great author AND a book giveaway (details below)! Woo! I got the chance to chat with author Karen Kincy on her werewolf book Bloodborn and she was kind enough to offer a copy of her book to one…Continue readingBook Giveaway and Interview with Author Karen Kincy!
After a hell of a season finale BBC’s Being Human is finally back for its fourth season. Many of the old characters are now gone, but in spite of that they’re still keeping the momentum going with new cast members and new epic storylines. EW recently chatted with Lenora Crichlow (Annie), Damien Molony (Hal), and…Continue readingEW Chats with Original Being Human Cast on Fourth Season
I know we have way more True Blood haters here than lovers, which is understandable seeing how the werewolves of True Blood haven’t really been the most impressive of creatures. They’re weak, petty and occasionally serve under the hand of vampires – not what a werewolf fan wants to see. However, rumors are that we…Continue readingLots of New Werewolves Coming to True Blood Season 5
Joe Manganiello has quite a lot of experience stripping down for his role as Alcide Herveaux on True Blood – and according to him, there’s nothing wrong with that. I, of course, agree, but for totally naughty reasons. I love me some naked werewolves, particularly naked Alcide. But thanks to a recent interview Manganiello did,…Continue readingTrue Blood’s Joe Manganiello Chats About Werewolf Nudity
It’s time to take a trip to the past for another wolftacular film flashback! Today’s old school flick is the 1957 cult classic I Was a Teenage Werewolf. This low budget movie became a huge hit very quickly, surprising many. It was made for only $82 thousand and shot in a week, and ended up…Continue readingFilm Flashback: I Was A Teenage Werewolf
One of the many wondrous things about owning a Kindle Fire is being able to easily buy and read comics, the bad thing is… being able the easily buy and read comics (lots of money is going to comics this month). Among the many comics I ordered is Werewolves: Call of the Wild by Mike…Continue readingReview of Werewolves: Call of the Wild #1
While scanning my Kindle Fire for newly released videos, I came across a brand new werewolf show – Wolfpack of Resenda. The new, scripted web series premiered on Myspace (which apparently still exists) February 16, as well as a variety of digital stores. The series, which was produced by car company Kia (odd), is about…Continue readingWatch First Episode of ‘Wolfpack Of Reseda’ Now
I’m sure all the Twi-hards here care WAY more about the werewolves of Twilight than the vampires, which is why I bring you an interview featuring two members of the wolf pack – Gil Birmingham and Tinsel Korey. As I’m sure you all know, Gil plays the role of Billy, Jacob’s father, and Tinsel is…Continue readingTwilight’s Wolves Chat About Latest Flick
Hiya readers, I just came across an upcoming young adult werewolf trilogy that will soon be making its way to a bookstore near you! Hemlock by Kathleen Peacock is the first in the new series and is slated to be released May 8, 2012. Yes, that’s a long way off yet, but the pre-release reviews…Continue readingNew Spellbinding YA Werewolf Series on the Way
Molly Shannon and Steve Buscemi have been in loads of fantastic and widely popular films over the past few years, but for the first time, these two will be playing werewolves! Yay! The two have been signed on to voice a werewolf couple in Hotel Transylvania, a 3D family comedy set in a resort for…Continue readingMolly Shannon and Steve Buscemi to play Werewolves in Upcoming Film
When most think of Valentine’s Day they imagine sappy romantic comedies, cheesy Hallmark cards, chalky candy hearts and all of that other rubbish. But here at Werewolves.com, when we think of Valentine’s Day we picture wolves and bloodshed – we’re romantic like that. Well actually, according to an article written by werewolf expert Brad Steiger,…Continue readingThe True Bloody Wolf-Filled History of Valentine’s Day
MTV’s Teen Wolf doesn’t return until summer, but while in Atlanta, Entertainment Weekly got a chance to chat with few of the newbies coming to the show and with old favorites, like Dylan O’Brien, who plays the hilarious Stiles. According to Dylan, things are going to be very different in Season 2, particularly with his…Continue readingNo More Scott and Stiles on MTV’s Teen Wolf?
Anytime I come across news on the incredibly talented Sam Huntington I get all kinds of exited (I heart him). He’s definitely one of the best werewolf actors out there. In a recent interview he chatted about his character Josh in SyFy’s Being Human and on what’s to come in the show. In the interview…Continue readingSam Huntington Talks New Werewolves on Being Human
That title just about sums up the plot of Love Bite, a werewolf film I recently came across. Seriously. Check out the plot synopsis for yourself… “High school is over and summer has begun in the dead-end seaside town of Rainmouth. While Jamie’s friends seem to be happy working in the local pie factory by…Continue readingWerewolves, Death and… Sex
Over on Vampires.com I wrote about all the vampire doodle diaries inspired by the hugely popular Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney, and while searching for these vamp books, I found a werewolf one. Kids absolutely LOVE these books! They’re full of drawings, comics and the stories are funny and relatable. Due…Continue readingA Werewolf Diary for Your Young Wolf Fan