A Werewolf Con For Pros

OGOM: ‘The Company of Wolves’: Sociality, Animality, and Subjectivity in Literary and Cultural Narratives—Werewolves, Shapeshifters, and Feral Humans University of Hertfordshire, September 3-5, 2015 The conference will explore human social existence and its animal substrate . . . the intersection between the human and the wolfishly bestial as expressed in narrative media from a variety…

BLOOD MOON: Worth 90 minutes of your time?

Poor direction and lackluster cinematography unravel any potential for fun or scares in Jeremy Wooding’s new film ‘Blood Moon. Well, that depends. Is it a great movie? No. Is it even a GOOD movie? Well . . . Okay, but is it one of those delightful cinematic sojourns that is “so bad, it’s good,” something…

Double Dogmen

A video from Michigan and a photograph from Texas of what are allegedly Dogmen surfaced in the last 30 days. The werewolf of folklore was a literal wolf, a man transformed into a four-legged fiend, larger and more ferocious than your average wolf, maybe, but still recognizable as such. The “man-beast” version of the werewolf…

Where Monsters Dwell

Tales of Bigfoot sightings are reported globally but the Alaskan version is the most extreme, standing over 14 feet. Is this massive, aggressive creature targeting people in the Alaska Triangle?  It’s easy enough to scoff at the primitive fears of our ancestors—safe and secure in our modern world, where electric lights keep the darkness at…