Anne Rice’s next novel in her The Wolf Gift Chronicles series, The Wolves of Midwinter, is releasing October 15th. Great news for fans of werewolf series is that we have both the cover art and the official synopsis to check out. As some may know, Anne is madly in love with Facebook and posts frequently.…Continue readingAnne Rice Reveals the Cover Art for The Wolves of Midwinter
Season 5 of the original BBC Being Human is coming out on DVD and Blu-ray in the US on August 20, 2013! Woo! The show isn’t what it used to be, but it’s still share-worthy news. Now all of the fans of the original can have the complete set to watch over and over again.…Continue readingBeing Human Season 5 is Coming
Hiya Readers! As some of you know, I like to support werewolf-y Kickstarter projects every now and then. Today I bring you a new one! The Scarlet Huntress Anthology by Sean Forney. It’s a comic series about a badass woman who hunts werewolves. Check out the details below. From the Kickstarter page: “Scarlet Huntress battles…Continue readingThe Scarlet Huntress Needs You
Bloodshed. Howls in the night. Teen angst. Death. Werewolves. It’s all coming back! Season 3 of Teen Wolf is premiering June 3 and it’s sure to be a hell of a ride. I’ve got just what you need to tide you over until the big day – a kickass trailer and photos from the Teen…Continue readingTeen Wolf Season 3 Trailer and Photos!
I just stumbled across a super popular mobile game called Avatar Fight. Seeing how the game has well over a million downloads, I am guessing some of you have played it before, or at least have heard of it. If you haven’t, then you will be happy to know that this simple, but very addictive,…Continue readingAnyone Addicted to Avatar Fight?
Coming this summer from award-winning writer and artist Arthur de Pins is Zombillenium: Gretchen. This awesome graphic novel has already been released elsewhere (France), but it’s coming to the US and Canada on August 1st. Woo! Check out the details on this comic below. Description: “Francis von Bloodt, a vampire and good family man, operates…Continue reading‘Zombillenium: Gretchen’ Coming This Summer
Apparently this CG-filled action-packed werewolf flick came out last month and I totally missed it! If it weren’t for Werewolf-News.com I would have never known it even existed. Shame on me! How could I miss a new movie?! So, the movie is Battledogs (no, it’s not about dogs) and it aired on SyFy last month.…Continue readingHave You Seen Battledogs?
I love movies and, just like I’m sure some of you do, I often despair that Hollywood has run out of original ideas since they seem to remaking every movie that was ever successful, regardless of how little anyone wants to see it remade. On the other hand, have you ever found yourself watching a…Continue readingWhy Don’t They Remake the Howling
The clinically cleaned floors are surrounded by stark white walls. There are no windows to be found, just artificial light shining down on a cold metal slab. Walking in you see menacing medical instruments, each telling its own tale. Underneath the nauseating and overpowering reek of industrial cleaner is the smell of old blood. That…Continue readingIs the Government Keeping Werewolves a Secret?
The other day I went to our Facebook page and asked you guys what you want me to write about – and I got a lot of responses. The answers that surprised me the most though were the romance ones. Some of you asked me to write about werewolf romances! All this time I thought…Continue readingWhat Are Your Thoughts on Werewolf Romance?
THE WOLF MAN (1945) Contrary to popular belief, this was not the first werewolf movie. It wasn’t even Universal’s best, but it was a huge improvement over Werewolf of London. Written by Curt Siodmak, a German Jew who had fled Nazi Germany, the film is infused with the themes of alienation and the monster within…Continue readingMy Favorite Werewolf Movies!
All of us! The awesome news is that the folks over at Werewolf News are working on an incredibly badass werewolf calendar. The not-so-awesome news is that the project is in serious need of funding. Getting talented artists onboard and actually printing the calendars on quality paper is a tad pricey. But if you want…Continue readingWho Wants a 2014 Werewolf Horror Calendar?
The comic series! Flesh and Blood the comic series, not actual flesh and blood. I’m not a disturbed creeper. Anyway! I stumbled across this seemingly awesome graphic novel, but alas, I don’t have the cash to get it (stupid bills, stupid adulthood). So instead of having the pleasure of reading this comic, I shall write…Continue readingI Want Flesh and Blood
The comic Alabaster: Wolves by Caitlín R. Kiernan has been on my to-read list for ages, and at long last, I’ve given it a read. Alabaster: Wolves is a kind of spinoff of Kiernana’s earlier stories. Her character Dancy Flammarion existed in those earlier works as a demon slayer, but now she is here in…Continue readingThe Dark and Intriguing World of Alabaster: Wolves
Today I’m going to show my artsy werewolf fans how to do a werewolf watercolor resist. I did this tutorial over on another site and I thought I’d share it with my beloved wolves as well. Pick a werewolf image or your favorite werewolf quote and let yourself go wild! Here’s an example I did:…Continue readingDIY Werewolf Art: Create A Watercolor Resist
The Grey Wolves series by Quinn Loftis. At least, that’s what Amazon says. According to Amazon, this werewolf series has the highest overall ratings of any other werewolf books. Nearly every book in Grey Wolves takes the top few spots on the rating list. And by ratings, I mean how many stars reviewers gave it.…Continue readingThe Highest Rated Werewolf Series is…
For most, the love for werewolves sprang from a classic horror film or a supernatural TV show, but for me, it was in a history book. There are countless werewolf myths and legends throughout the world from the days when people once believed in the paranormal. Those are the tales I love. Werewolf lore is…Continue readingHaunting History: 5 of the Best Werewolf Legends