I love this trilogy; deeply, and anyone who doesn’t can just leave the room now. From the haunting orchestral soundtracks, to the gruesome effects, I’m in love. There’s a lot of talk about how the original film was a metaphor for the horrors of female puberty, –trust me, guys, female adolescence has never before been…Continue readingThe Ginger Snaps Trilogy
1. Wolfie from the Groovie Ghoulies, circa 1970, –the hippest cat, well, actually, dog, around –looking fabulousin Jesus-sandals and a yellow outfit, his two best buddies were Frankie and Bella La Ghostly, –a fabulous vampire type guy who looks like Dracula in spandex and pumps. The band plays a new pop song each show, and…Continue readingThe Best of Cartoon Werewolves
Before there was Twilight, or Blood & Chocolate to demonstrate themes of werewolves in love with humans, and humans in love with werewolves, there was The Company of Wolves. Inherent throughout the film are various popular themes, both cinematic and social, and shares certain similarities with the film Labyrinth of the same era. For example,…Continue readingA Love Affair with a Beast
There are probably several raunchy werewolf scenes in movies, but here are the grossest that I can remember, –others are probably worse, and if you want to contribute your “grossest werewolf” experience, feel free to add it in the comments. I’ll look back in a week, and if you’ve got any good ones, I’ll watch…Continue readingThe Top Three Grossest Werewolves In Cinema
That’s right, I’m being interviewed by Dr. William Lester, tonight! You can tune in at GameConRadio.com, where I’ll be broadcast tonight, Sept. 26th, at 10pm. We’ll be talking about werewolves in general, origins, media hype, werewolves vs. vampires in pop culture, and other werewolf subjects, –we will also briefly discuss the upcoming Darkness convention, where…Continue readingExclusive Radio Interview With The Editor!