“…Buck Miller, the son of a wealthy judge and raisin farmer, pursues gold riches in the Klondike. Before he reaches his destination, Buck is kidnapped by vampires, turned into a werewolf, and forced to work as the vampire’s sled dog.” Deciding to leave his easy life in Santa Clara Valley, Buck Miller, the son of…Continue readingA New Classic Monster Mashup: ‘The Call of the Wild Werewolf’ by Jack London & Carl Waters
Coming June 23, 2015, Batman: Arkham Knight is the epic conclusion to the Rocksteady Batman: Arkham Trilogy. For the first time ever, watch Batman: Arkham Kn… I’m always honest with you guys, and this is me, just telling it like it is again… I started playing the Batman: Arkham Trilogy a while ago, but I couldn’t…Continue readingWatch The Official ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ Trailer – “All Who Follow You”
Teen Wolf has finally received a premiere date of June 29. And the good news doesn’t end there. Not only will the show be returning, but the opener will be a To my hairy and mangy friends, rejoice now because season 5 of Teen Wolf now has a set release date and it looks like…Continue readingNew Supernatural Creatures Never Seen Before Coming To Season 5 ‘Teen Wolf’ [Video]
A preview of the upcoming comedy horror at the Lord Street theatre from Kill the Beast theatre company For those readers in the Southport area of Sefton, England who appreciate good theatre entertainment, check out the latest offering from Kill the Beast which is quite popular for it’s comedy stylings. The theatre group joining together…Continue reading70s Detective Schlock At Its Best, On Stage: ‘He Had Hairy Hands’
Joss Whedon shares his thoughts on what it would take to bring a Hulk solo movie back to the big screen. Alright Hulk fans, I know it’s not going to be something you’ll like but I have call shenanigans on recent comments by Joss Whedon. Yeah, I know, how dare I question the infallible Joss…Continue readingJoss Whedon Explains Why The Hulk is a Werewolf & Why He Shouldn’t Have His Own Movie
“Who Is Your Werewolf Boyfriend?” So, I didn’t get Jacob Black, for starters, –personally, I think he has anger management issues that will probably lead to spousal abuse issues at some point, and that’s totally not my thing. I was a bit disappointed not to get Alcide Herveaux, because holy shit, who wouldn’t want that…Continue readingQuiz for the Ladies: Who Is Your Werewolf Boyfriend?
“Teen Wolf is no longer on Netflix. The Viacom contract restructuring had many casualties, one of which happened to be Teen Wolf.” But WAIT! Actually, you can still stream the series on Amazon Prime, to the best of my knowledge anyway, –which is cheaper than Netflix, often has the same stuff (plus more) as Netflix,…Continue readingTeen Wolf: Netflix Giveth, and Netflix Taketh Away
“”The Howling” was a 1981 werewolf-themed horror film directed by Joe Dante, who also directed “Gremlins.” Made for $1.5 million, the movie went on to gross $18 million in its initial theatrical release.” Grab your Wolfsbane and silver everyone because there’s going to be reboot of the classic werewolf flick, The Howling which is a very big…Continue readingReboot of “The Howling” On Its Way?!
“…shoddy digital effects and no atmosphere whatsoever. Blech!” So, Paul Blart sucked, and why they made a sequel I’ll never know, but that’s why the subject came up for our blogger. Apparently they were sort of forced to sit through it, and for that, said blogger has my deepest sympathy, because no force on earth…Continue readingAn American Werewolf in Paris & 4 Other Sequels Everyone Hated But Me
“Summoned by an unexpected phone call, an elderly woman visits the country cottage she lived in as a child. Memories of an orphan boy she knew… come flooding back to her.” I know this is going to sound absolutely awful, but I really wish Korean TV was as good as Korean movies. In terms of…Continue reading‘A Werewolf Boy’ is Now on Netflix!
“I am a werewolf and I have been trying to find a way to give all you real werewolves out there some info on werewolves…” I get sort of weirded out over the idea of teenagers who believe that they are really werewolves. I feel the same way about “real” vampires; supporting these sort…Continue readingReal Werewolves Talk About Their Struggles on ExperienceProject
‘The doctors will see you now,’ so reads a tagline in the creepy promo, which introduces the new villains. You know, high school is hard. All the social sciences can just be confusing. These are our formative years where we figure out who we are so you can imagine how hard this is when you’re…Continue readingCheck Out the Super Creepy ‘Teen Wolf’ Season 5 Trailer
FORGET Edward Cullen, Team Jacob is where the party’s at (the Twilight series desecrated the vampire mythology but did have a great werewolf ambassador in Taylor Lautner’s Jacob Black). Bloodrunner is going to be like, a huge international event organized by a local agency in Putrajaya, Sw1tch Strategies; there are 5,000 spots open for runners,…Continue readingHuge Werewolf Run ‘Bloodrunner’ in Maylaysia, July 2015
The ‘Werewolf’ serial killer used axes, knives and screwdrivers to murder women in a bid to ‘cleanse’ his town of prostitutes The serial killer known as the “Werewolf” –for his intensely brutal murders, including decapitation, removal of the heart, murder with an axe, among others, of 22 women, –has a very supportive family. His daughter,…Continue readingThe “Werewolf” Mikhail Popkov is Supported By His Family Despite Confession
“Here Comes The Fuzz… “ Yay, it’s on Netflix! We posted this trailer a while back, and I remember saying like, “Okay, so, it looks cheesy but after watching the trailer…” and bla bla bla. I know, but the thing is, I don’t usually get down on werewolf comedy, –I actually find it a bit…Continue readingWatch WolfCop on Netflix!
A rumor based on old wiki entries, item descriptions, and in-game animations is convincing some players that ‘Bloodborne’ characters can transform into werewolves. Do you want the short answer? Maybe there isn’t one… Some rumors are true, as the source points out; if you beat Metroid fast enough, Samus takes off her armor, –but there probably isn’t…Continue readingCan Players Turn Into Werewolves in ‘Bloodborne’?
Nar Dyrene Drømmer – First international trailer for When Animals Dream, a new werewolf tale that follows “a young girl who is hunted down by those living in… So, this girl living in a small coastal village in Sweden, basically grows up with everyone around her knowing that at some point, she’s going to turn…Continue reading‘When Animals Dream’ So… Werewolf or What?
“This raucous beer label by Sao Paulo’s Elefante Project Design popped up on The Dieline last week….” Anyone here a fan of down-home Brazilian beer? If you are, and you’re fan of the furry things that howl in the moonlight then you’ll like collecting these awesome looking beer bottles. You ever get tired of running…Continue readingMore Werewolf Beer, This Label From Brazil: Dancing Werewolves Are Delicious
Eileen the Crow is one of the few allies you can find in Bloodborne. Here is a guide to show you how to properly complete her quest line. It’s been a few days since we reported anything about Bloodborne, which means I know you’re all probably hungry to hear a little more about game that’s…Continue readingBloodborne Guide: How to Complete Eileen the Crow’s NPC Quest Line
“Teen Wolf’s” first ever Sluagh, a supernatural creature which will be introduced in the show’s Season 5, is played by a 16-year-old Texan, named Mike Lynch. There’s actually a really cool story behind the new monster; the kid playing the first Slaugh to appear in the show is Mike Lynch, who landed the role through…Continue reading‘Teen Wolf’ Has a New Monster in Season 5: The Sluagh
“There are no full moons, no curses, no silver bullets.” The story isn’t even really about the werewolf; it’s about his uncle. Cox basically describes a sort of supernatural melodrama, a soap opera about living in rural Wisconsin; I’ve lived there, and personally I don’t think the people up there could be described as being…Continue reading‘Beast’ by Todd Michael Cox: Not Your Average Werewolf Story
Andrew Klavan’s werewolf tale bounds along at a thrilling pace, but its treatment of women and its repetitive tics dull what could have been a sharp narrative bite. The story sounds good, –we reported on an interview with the author a little while ago. And I said I would still read the book, despite the…Continue readingKlavan’s Werewolf Thriller Doesn’t Deliver Much Respect for Women