Halloween is almost here! That magnificently horrifying night of candy, costumes and trickery! To celebrate this upcoming holiday I say we reminisce about our past Halloweens. What are your best Halloween memories? What are your favorite costumes you have worn over the years? Share in a comment below! I have many Halloween memories, mostly of…Continue readingShare Your Best Halloween Memories!
Mockingbird Lane, the new remake of the monster show The Munsters, has finally aired. I was honestly expecting the first episode to bomb, but surprisingly it brought in loads of viewers and has plenty of great reviews. Check out the info on the show below, as well as a promo. About the show: “Mockingbird Lane,”…Continue readingNew Monster Show ‘Mockingbird Lane’ Has Aired
Whoever originally said Werewolf: The Beast Among Us was a remake of The Wolf Man was wrong. Whoever said it was a horrible werewolf flick, was also wrong. I just watched this horror film and I thought it kicked ass. I am never listening to critics again. Film description: “A monstrous creature terrorizes a 19th…Continue readingReview of Werewolf: The Beast Among Us
After hitting up the local bookshop I got my hands on the graphic novel-like book Werewolves. Written by Paul Jessup and illustrated by Allyson Haller, Werewolves is the journal/sketchbook of a teenage girl who is bitten by a werewolf. Book description: “Werewolves takes the form of an illustrated journal that plunges readers into the life…Continue readingReview of Werewolves by Paul Jessup and Allyson Haller
Mattel has had major success with their super popular Monster High franchise. What started out as awesome monster dolls with great fashion sense has turned into video games, clothing, a book series, Halloween costumes, home décor, and much much more. And thanks to the brand new Monster High movie, Monster High: Ghouls Rule, there is…Continue readingSee Clawdeen Wolf in First Monster High Movie
I am a huge fan of the Canadian show Lost Girl and was thrilled when SyFy picked it up to air in the US! I have been waiting for ages for it to come out on DVD here, but nooo, they had only released it in the frozen north. But at long last Lost Girl…Continue readingLost Girl Season 1 is Finally Coming to DVD in the US!
Werewolves are returning to TV! The premiere date for SyFy’s Being Human has been set for mid-January. Woo! SyFy’s Being Human is based on the British series of the same name and follows a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost who live together and are trying to deal with their monstrous urges in an attempt…Continue readingBeing Human Season 3 Premiere Date Announced
There aren’t many werewolf flicks being released lately, which is why we look to the past to get our werewolf horror fix. Today’s film flashback is the 1975 British movie Legend of the Werewolf. This low-budget classic was written by Anthony Hinds (under the pseudonym John Elder), the man who also wrote Hammer’s 1961 film…Continue readingFilm Flashback: Legend of the Werewolf
There’s a new young adult werewolf novel heading our way – one that is totally geared towards the younger teen readers. The book is Bad Hair Day by Carrie Harris, the second novel in the The Grable Books, a series with quite the fanbase. After doing some internet stalking, the author of the series seems…Continue readingIncoming Teen Book Alert – Bad Hair Day by Carrie Harris
A lil’ while back a wrote about Werewolf: The Beast Among Us, a film that was supposedly a direct-to-DVD remake of The Wolfman. Well, the movie is out now and apparently it’s not actually the remake it was reported to be, but more of a standalone werewolf flick. Also, everyone was thinking that this movie…Continue reading‘Werewolf: The Beast Among Us’ Not So Bad Afterall?
Over at Vampires.com I did a review of the rad book The Vampire Combat Manual: A Guide to Fighting the Bloodthirsty Undead by Roger Ma, and a thought hit me – werewolf fans will love this badass book far more than vampire fans, after all, it’s a manual on killing vampires. We all know that…Continue readingKick Vampire Ass with the Help of The Vampire Combat Manual by Roger Ma
Tis’ the season for terrifying horror movies! It’s Halloween month! What better way to spend these bone-chilling nights than lost in the depths of a good and scary werewolf flick? There are many werewolf films featuring ferocious beasts spreading terror in the night, but out of those many movies, which one is your favorite? What…Continue readingWhat is Your Favorite Werewolf Horror Movie?
After having countless readers recommend this book to me and after chatting with the wonderful author himself, I simply had to read Rise of the Wolf, the first book in the popular Wereworld series by Curtis Jobling – and I am definitely glad I did. Geared towards younger readers (although perfectly suitable for older readers),…Continue readingReview of Rise of the Wolf by Curtis Jobling
Awesome news for the RPG gamers! A Deluxe Werewolf the Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition is on the way! In the hopes of creating a massive super deluxe edition, the creators of Werewolf: The Apocalypse posted this project on Kickstarter in the hopes that the fans would help bring the book to life. Well, originally this…Continue readingDeluxe Werewolf the Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition!
We have many Wereworld fans here, which is why I am pleased to announce that book three in Curtis Jobling’s series, Shadow of the Hawk, is coming to US and Canadian bookstores October 16, 2012 (it has already been released in the UK)! Yay! I am just finally starting this series (expect a review soon).…Continue readingWereworld: Shadow of the Hawk Coming Soon to Bookstores