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Marching Werewolves

It is time again dear readers for another old Livonian werewolf legend. The story says that when Christmas day is over a boy who limps with one leg goes around town calling together all of the people who have yielded to the Evil One (and there’s a whole lot of them), bidding them to follow…

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The Gates

The Gates is a new show on ABC that premiered this summer and so far this supernatural soap opera is faring well, gaining new fans every week. The show starts out following Nick Monohan and his family, who have moved from Chicago to a quiet, upscale planned community called The Gates, where he will be…

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‘Werewolves’ is Anti ‘Twilight’

There’s some new werewolves in the game and their story is nothing like Twilight. “Werewolves” is an art book that takes the story in a whole new direction. Co-stars of the Twilight saga and center-stage in a spate of new movies and TV series, werewolves are poised to eclipse vampires as pop culture’s IT creature….

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Wepwawet

What’s a werewolf site without info on wolf gods? Today’s wolf god is Wepwawet, a deity associated with the city of Asyut in Upper Egypt, later called Lycopolis (the City of the Wolves) in the Graeco-Roman period. Wepwawet is often confused with the god Anubis since they are both depicted as a man with the…

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Strippers Vs. Werewolves

There’s a new horror comedy on the way – Strippers Vs. Werewolves. Seriously. The movie, which is being produced by Jonathan Sothcott, will be about the accidental killing of werewolf chief Jack Ferris in a stripclub. The girls who work at the venue have until the next full moon before his pack seeks them out…

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Gilgamesh

Many have argued about what the very first werewolf story is – Gilgamesh or Niciros? I have written about Niciros in the past, so today dear readers, I’ll cover Gilgamesh and let you decide. The Epic of Gilgamesh comes from the second millennium BC and is one of the oldest known texts. It was originally…

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A Decade’s Worth of Werewolf Movies: 1950s

We’re back for another edition of a decade’s worth of werewolf movies, this time we’ll be taking a look at the furry flicks from the 1950s. Unfortunately, there weren’t all that many werewolf movies made in the 50s. Werewolf films didn’t become really popular until a few decades later (as you can see by this…

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‘Vampire Diaries’ Season 2 Werewolf News

Thank goodness for 2010 San Diego Comic-Con! We’re getting SO much news on our favorite shows, like The Vampire Diaries. We’ve got some season two werewolf goodies thanks to an interview with Matt Davis (Alaric), Paul Wesley (Stefan) and Michael Trevino (Tyler). At Comic-Con last weekend, the guys were asked what they think their Michael…

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Asena the Wolf Child

Time to delve into the world of Turkic mythology dear readers. Do you remember the Roman myth of Romulus and Remus, the twin brothers raised by a she-wolf that built Rome? Well, today’s legend is a little like that one. Rome wasn’t the only created thanks to wolves, it’s said that a Turkish nation was…

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Being Human- Series One

Meet George and Mitchell, two ordinary guys working as porters in a hospital in Bristol who share a house together. Well, maybe George and Mitchell aren’t exactly ordinary guys considering that George is a werewolf and Mitchell is a vampire. Oh, and the house they rent together? It just happens to be haunted by a…

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U.S. Army Werewolf Sniper Manual

As a huge book junkie I spend a good chunk of my time surfing Amazon for books on all sorts of thing, like werewolves (obviously). On my most recent search I came across something that made me raise an eyebrow – U.S. Army Werewolf Sniper Manual by the Department of the Army. The official U.S….

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A Decade’s Worth of Werewolf Movies: 1960s

Looking back on each decade of werewolf movies shows that werewolves are eternal, we’ll never stop loving them and never stop watching them. Today I continue this series with the werewolf movies of the 1960s. La casa del terror: English title “House of Terror.” About an insane professor who is secretly draining blood from wax…

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Who Do You Think Is The Ultimate Sexy Beast? Vote Now!

Entertainment Weekly has a kickass competition going on for the sexiest beast! This battle of the hotties features all sorts of creatures from our favorite shows and movies such as Twilight, True Blood, X-men, Buffy, Doctor Who and more. If you want the werewolves to beat out the vampires and aliens then go vote! EW’s…

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Review: The Best Werewolf Short Stories 1800-1849

If you have been a long time reader of this site then you know that every now and then I post a werewolf tale from hundreds of years ago – today I bring you something even better. Andrew Barger has put together a collection of werewolf short stories penned from 1800-1849, some of which haven’t…

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Werewolf Writing Contest!

Good news writers! DeviantART is holding a werewolf writing contest! I’ve lost count of how many times one of our readers have mentioned that they write werewolf stories, well here’s your chance to show us what you’ve got and win some prizes! According to the DA news post: After a long delay, the next official…

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The Many Ways To Become A Werewolf

I bet many of you are wondering how someone is turned into a werewolf. We all know the most popular way which involves being bitten by another werewolf. But if you take a look at folklore, old customs and traditions throughout the world you’ll learn that there are several ways someone was believed to turn…

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Coming Soon: 13Hrs

A new werewolf flick, 13Hrs, will be premiering August 28 at the UK’s most amazing horror film festival Film4 FrightFest. “A full moon hangs in the night sky and lightning streaks across dark storm clouds.  Sarah Tyler returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit.  As the storm…

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A Norwegian Werewolf Legend

In Norway it was once believed that certain people could assume the form of a wolf or a bear. But, the ability to transform was usually a curse put on them by the Trollmen, or that it was the trolls themselves that were the shapeshifters. Here’s an old legend about trolls, werewolves and a curse….

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Alpha & Omega: A Movie for Wolf Lovers

Ok ok, so the upcoming movie Alpha & Omega isn’t about werewolves, but it is about talking wolves, and it’s far too adorable to ignore. Any cartoon loving werewolf fan will totally be tempted to see this cute flick, I know I am. What makes for the ultimate road trip? Hitchhiking, truck stops, angry bears,…

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Werewolf Month at Monster Librarian

I was just about to skip over this, when ‘Werewolf Month’ caught my eye. Who knew, we have our own month! Weird too, consider that this is actually a month of a few of the shortest nights in the year. Well, that’s okay, we’re still flattered.  Monster Librarian offers reviews for some of the newest…

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Native American Wolf Gods

With Twilight being as popular as it is there has been an incredible amount of interest in everything Native American and wolf related. The thing is, Stephenie Meyer barely grazed Native American history, and her supposed facts aren’t exactly accurate. So here’s a small look into the expansive world of Native American wolf gods and…

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Jacob Black’s Competition for Coolest Werewolf

Jacob Black is the hottest werewolf according to almost every American  female between the ages of 10 and 16, so, we were SO surprised when we stumbled across this article, in the San Francisco Chronicle, claiming there were werewolves cooler than Jacob Black! What is this madness!? And one of them is -barely contained snicker…

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Immortal Lovers: New Arcade Game with Werewolves and Vampires

Great news for arcade game addicts, –a hidden object game that appeals to horror lovers even more. Who cares about weddings and fish, when you could be exploring gothic mansions filled with creepy furniture and things. The idea is to discover all the clues, and to somehow, solve an ancient mystery about two lovers. Romance,…

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A Decade’s Worth of Werewolf Movies: 1970s

Werewolf movie time! We’ve already covered the werewolf flicks from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, so here’s a look at the werewolves of the 1970s (be prepared, it was the 70s so there’s a whole lot of B-grade flicks here). Los Monstruos del terror: English title “Assignment Terror.” A strange movie that’s not only about…

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Lone Wolf: An Artistic Addition to Werewolf Gaming

That’s right boys and girls, we’ve got a new werewolf video game to look forward to. Hurray! Brad Nelson is currently working on a video game for the werewolf lovers, and the hand-drawn beauty is something you’ve never seen before. “Lone Wolf is an upcoming beat-em up role playing game featuring a martial artist who…

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