There are a lot of theories about werewolves and pentagrams. Some say that you can spot a werewolf by seeing if they have the sign of a pentagram on their forehead or on the palms of their hands. However, because werewolves are very hairy creatures, even when in human form, this might be a little…Continue readingWerewolves and Pentagrams
I’m sure a lot of you werewolf fans are absolutely sick of the current vampire craze. I mean, they’re everywhere – movies, TV shows, books, video games and even clothing. Vampires have taken over the world! But there is good news for fans of the furry kind, the Fox TV network is looking to get…Continue reading‘Howl’ For A New Werewolf Show
Damn, too bad we didn’t find these before Halloween! But they’ll still be a great treat and will make for lots of howls from any beast lovers in your house. Here’s how to make some delicious and scary-looking werewolf cupcakes! What you’ll need is: a box of cake mix; red mini M&M’s for the eyes;…Continue readingWerewolf Cupcakes
Today I learned a new word -insert smartass jokes here- the word being “Vargulf,” a Norse word meaning “rogue wolf.” A vargulf is a wolf that slaughters an entire herd of sheep (or whatever livestock) but only eats a little bit of the kill. This was obviously a huge problem for herders, so they hunted…Continue readingThe Rogue Wolf: Vargulf
There are ton of lists floating around out there of “best werewolf movies“, –well, this is ours. They aren’t arranged in any particular order, but you’ll probably pick up from my less than modest commentary which ones are the best of the best. If you haven’t seen them all, then get your Netflix account ready,…Continue readingOur Ten Most Awesome Werewolf Movies
Some of you have wondered why out of all the reported werewolf cases posted here, few of them are American. Well good news, today’s post is on a story that comes straight from the US of A. This story was reported to have happened in 1899 in Northumberland, Pennsylvania. Many of the folks living there…Continue readingAn American Werewolf Tale
Much like Neil‘s gods, his scruffy angels, and his horrifying vampires, his werewolves are also surprisingly reflective. Most of the werewolves, unlike his more romantic or terrifying vampires, are more human than we are, and usually a bit on the sensitive side. If he has designed a scary werewolf, I certainly haven’t yet read about…Continue readingNeil Gaiman’s Werewolves
It’s always fun to read about the different ways there are to become a werewolf and, if you’re a real enthusiast, to even give some of the many theories a shot yourself. I don’t know if you’ll want to be the guinea pig for this one, it involves inhaling substances that will do lord knows…Continue readingJust One More Way to Become a Werewolf
For those that don’t know, White Wolf Game Studio didn’t just create the famous vampire role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade, they also made a werewolf tabletop game called Werewolf: The Apocalypse. In the game each player plays as a werewolf, or Garou. The Garou’s job is to protect Gaia, or Mother Earth, from the power…Continue readingThe Tribes of Werewolf: The Apocalypse
One of our readers recently recommended a werewolf horror novel to me, a novel without any girly love story, it sounded pretty interesting so I thought I’d check it out. The more reviews I read on Bestial: Werewolf Apocalypse by William D. Carl the more I wanted to pick it up. Check out the book’s…Continue readingBestial: Werewolf Apocalypse
I certainly had never heard of the two, until I looked into exorcising a werewolf. The best guess I have is that they are characters in literature but even of that I am not certain. The piece that I found about them was a comical look at exorcising a werewolf in which Gianni and Monna…Continue readingEver Heard of Gianni and Monna Tessa?
I was so excited when I ran across this piece of research that talked about the werewolf witch trials of Estonia, which occurred in the 1600s. At first I was excited because I’m part Estonian and so this particular piece of werewolf history was especially interesting to me. Then reading further, I find that the…Continue readingThe Werewolf Witch Trials of Estonia
Hey there readers, it’s time again for another real werewolf tale. If you are a long time reader then you know the deal, if you’re new here then let me explain real quick. There have been countless cases of lycanthropy reported all throughout history; some of these stories are super old, while others surprisingly recent.…Continue readingAs The Flame Blows Out
If you’re here then I think it’s safe to assume you love werewolves. Am I right? But do you love vampires as well, or are you pretty anti-vampire like most werewolf fans are? Vampires and werewolves hating one another isn’t anything new. It’s an age old feud known by all. You have movies like Underworld,…Continue readingWerewolves vs. Vampires
It’s seems that we always want what we can’t have, doesn’t it? Those who are werewolves don’t want to be and those that aren’t will try just about anything to gain the ability to change shape under light of the full moon. Some theories stating what you need to do in order to become a…Continue readingSeven of the Weirdest Ways to Become a Werewolf
So I was looking through upcoming werewolf books and recently released werewolf books and do know what I found? I found that almost all of them were romance novels! Each had a half naked man dramatically clutching a big busted woman on the cover. Going through each page of my “werewolf” search results I thought,…Continue readingNo More Trashy Romances!
Werewolves are getting a big boost in popularity lately and the second Twilight movie, New Moon is on the minds of all. With that in mind, today’s post is of course about the Twilight werewolves. Yay! While most go on and on about the vampires in Twilight, this post will focus on the werewolf parts…Continue readingThe Werewolves In Twilight
The Yee Naaldlooshii is, you guessed it, the Navajo word for werewolf; though the Navajo werewolves are actually referred to as “skin-walkers”, which is a term popularized by various films. Yee Naaldlooshii means literally, “with it, he goes on all fours”, in Navajo language. A Yee Naaldlooshii is actually only one of several varieties of…Continue readingNative American Werewolf Legends Presents: Yee Naaldlooshii
I already mentioned this on Vampires.com but since the latest storyline has been full of werewolf-y goodness I thought I’d share it here as well. I’m talking about an awesome and totally adorable webcomic called Eerie Cuties. Who says werewolves and vampire have to be serious and fearsome all the time? This comic mixes mass…Continue readingHurray For Eerie Cuties!
With Twilight-mania going on right now, everyone has gotten so wrapped up in the werewolves of La Push. But surely there have got to be other werewolves in literature, and there are. My first experience in reading about werewolves was in fact in Harry Potter, where we were introduced to Remus Lupin, Harry Potter’s teacher…Continue readingAnd Let’s Not Forget Remus Lupin
For those that don’t believe that werewolves really exist, all you have to do is ask those in Talbot County, Georgia and they’ll tell you that exist they do, indeed. And more than that, they may not always come in a form that you would expect. These same citizens will tell you that not only…Continue readingHell Hath No Fury…
This werewolf movie is a few years old now but I thought I’d give it some love anyway. This foreign film got excellent reviews and has an unexpected and excellent ending that you just have to love; so of course we’d have to give it it’s own post. First off, like I said above this…Continue readingBrotherhood of the Wolf Spotlight
Being a werewolf can seem like a major lifestyle disruption; suddenly, your senses have changed, you’re sensitive to sounds and smell like never before, you’re eating differently, and you might even have killed a few innocent people. But in no way does this mean that you should have to suffer a major upheaval in your…Continue readingCareer Advice for the Ambitious Werewolf
1. Always Have an Almanac – You’ll always need to know exactly which day the full moon falls on, so be sure to get a good calendar or almanac, and hang it from the wall, or keep it in your pocket. If you’re thinking why you’ll need it always, if it’s only one day a…Continue readingHow to Handle the Full Moon with Dignity
It’s not odd for us to wonder if werewolves are real or not, it’s crossed the mind of many. But Dr. Stephen Kaplan took it way beyond simple thought, he conducted worldwide research in attempt to discover real werewolves (and vampires). The late Dr. Kaplan (d. 1995) and his wife spent years trying to discover…Continue readingDr. Stephen Kaplan’s Quest For Real Werewolves
If you didn’t like Ellen Page in Hard Candy, and don’t understand how a 15-year-old can accept pregnancy like a vicodin cocktail in Juno, then maybe you were counting on something to look forward to in her next role, Jack and Diane: Please don’t. Hard Candy was a highly thought-provoking film that made people wonder…Continue readingJack and Diane: S’Ellen Out
One of the most interesting parts of Twilight is of course, the werewolves. And with a New Moon on the horizon, we are about to get a closer look at Stephenie Meyer’s version of the werewolf pack and how it works. New Moon is of course, all about the wolves but it seems that Meyer…Continue readingHow Packs Work
Werewolves don’t have as many weaknesses as humans or vampires, but they do have weaknesses all the same, and while some of these are easily recalled to the mind, no one thinks of the most important health concerns for werewolves. It’s time to start applying a bit more logic to the werewolf scene, so that…Continue readingHealth Concerns for Werewolves
Most of this year and next year’s upcoming werewolf features are low-budget drive-in shockers, –but we don’t count that as a bad thing. But a sad, fuzzy part of the inner me does wish that for once, someone would spend big money on some werewolves. Keep your eyes open for these films, coming soon, and…Continue readingUpcoming Werewolf Movies
After doing a post similar to this here, I thought, why not do one for werewolves. I mean, werewolf men are powerful, deliciously wild and damned sexy. So here’s my personal list of werewolves I’d love to spend a few nights with. Leave a comment and let us know who would make your list. (In…Continue readingList of Wilf (Werewolves I’d Like to F**k)
Werewolves are largely unrepresented in the media, but still remain the main contenders for vampires; because everyone knows that werewolves kick ass, of course. With all the hype about werewolf movies, cartoons, and comic books, what happened to werewolf anime? While werewolves don’t really play a major part in Japanese folklore, their American counterparts drifted…Continue readingFour Awesome Werewolf Animes
I imagine the worst thing about being a werewolf would be changing into a different form when it’s not such a convenient time for it. Imagine being in the grocery store or hanging out with friends, forgetting the time, and allowing everyone in on your very big secret! Whether you’re a werewolf that only changes…Continue readingFor Werewolves with iPhones…
Sure, Leo doesn’t exactly look or act like he’s on the werewolf side of things, but you won’t believe the surprises he has in store for us. Gasp! The screenwriter of Orphan, –that crazy kick ass movie that had a twist I sure as hell didn’t see coming, –David Leslie Johnson, will be handling a…Continue readingLeonardo DiCaprio Finally Does Something For Us Dogs
Time again for another supposedly true tale reported in the middle ages. This werewolf occurrence happened in Hüsby, Germany. In this small village lived an old, penny-pinching woman. So stingy was this woman that she gave her farmhands very little to eat, although there was fresh meat every Sunday. The household wondered about this, because…Continue readingThe Werewolf of Hüsby
It’s not easy being a noob werewolf, and Craig makes that painfully obvious. Trapped in a mutual lease with his deranged werewolf roommate Brett, it isn’t long before “gets down with the sickness” as well. Soon, he’s chewing on people, and experiencing a little trouble with his girlfriend. She’s pretty understanding though, being a vampire…Continue readingCraig and the Werewolf Plus! Exclusive Interview with Actor/Creator Brett Register!
On my last trip to heaven, aka the book store, I came across the book Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow and after giving it a look thought “Wow! A werewolf horror novel written in poetic verse! Why the hell haven’t I heard of this book until now?” So once I got home I had to…Continue readingSharp Teeth by Toby Barlow
There are as many legends surrounding werewolves as there are werewolves themselves but most recently it was the Christmas myth that intrigued me. Apparently, being born on Christmas Day either makes you more prone to being a werewolf or is a sure sign that someone you’re in contact with is a werewolf, should that happen…Continue readingWhy the Christmas Myth?
Centuries old records from towns and cities throughout Europe often mention infestations of some sort of supernatural foe. Sometimes it was vampires, other times it was demons or evil spirits, and of course, some times it was werewolves. Records from 1640 show that the German city of Greifswald was once completely overrun by gruesome werewolves.…Continue readingThe Werewolves of Greifswald
Werewolf, 1966 – Only three issues of this comic were ever made, sadly enough, –so if you happen to be an owner, congratulations! The story follows a super agent werewolf, Major Wiley Wolf. After his plane crashes in the Arctic Circle, Wiley has amnesia, begins living with wolves, turns feral ( and probably goes bonkers),…Continue readingFive Fabulous Werewolf Comics
We may not often use the term ‘berserk’ to describe werewolves but, it certainly is quite fitting. The most fitting actually, seeing as how the term berserk actually stems from the legends of the Norseman. This legend contained warriors that were called the Berserkers. Berserk actually means ‘bear skin’ and these warriors were so named…Continue readingThat’s Just Berserk!
Hey readers, this post is about a celebration from way back. Woo! Party? Well not exactly, I’m afraid this is a little different than what you imagined. The celebration of the green wolf marks an ancient custom that observes the times way back when wolves, outlaws and you guessed it, werewolves would hide in the…Continue readingThe Green Wolf Celebration
George Sands is the werewolf in Being Human, and although he’s great, he’s also kind of a nerd; with an IQ of 156, George is intelligent, though socially inept, and refers to being a werewolf as “that thing that happens to me once a month.” So, in a way, George sort of deals with being…Continue readingBeing Human & the American Remake
This post is for all the word lovers out there. The word “werewolf” is obviously one we have all heard before and like any word this one’s origins can be traced way back . But werewolf isn’t the only word used to describe our beloved furry beasts, of course not, there are many. In the…Continue readingMore Than A Single Word
What could possibly be cooler and more badass than Rambo? Rambo and a werewolf, that’s what! The once lucrative franchise is now clearly grasping at straws to hold its head above water, but hey, that’s okay, because werewolves, –or at least, a creature that resembles one, –are involved. The film is supposed to be released,…Continue readingRambo V: The Savage Hunt
There’s a perverted werewolf, a pig with a penchant for torture porn parody, and a cat-girl furry thing who uses her many charms to seduce her naughty friends in this amalgamation of deliriously strange movie madness. I haven’t been this wrapped up in a werewolf movie since I saw Ginger Snaps for the first time.…Continue readingThe Best Werewolf Movie I’ve Seen In Years…. Is 5 Minutes Long
A werewolf needs to be careful; you don’t want someone to discover what you are. People destroy what they fear and if people happen to learn that there is a monstrous werewolf living among them then they will do everything they can to get rid of it. So today I’ll tell you two true tales…Continue readingA Cautionary Tale
First there was Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and I admit it, I rebelled. I still haven’t read it because, well, –zombies just aren’t my thing, and I didn’t want to see the beautiful Austen world overrun with zombies. But I admit I’m thawing. Next in the list of classic literature mash-ups, is another Austen…Continue readingLittle Women & Werewolves
1. Silver Bullets – Too bad you have to request them custom made, or make them yourself, –yes, sad but true. Silver bullets are not commercially manufactured, but you can order them from most major ammo companies. 2. Werewolf Hunting & Specimen Kit – The kit includes handwritten notes on anatomy, weaknesses, sightings, experiences, and…Continue readingWeird Werewolf Wonders: Nine Things You Have to Buy!
All of us have heard the tale of Little Red Riding Hood, the famous fairytale about the girl in the red cloak that visits her grandma in the woods only to find the big bad wolf ate grandma and plans on eating her as well. Yes yes, we all know this story. In the version…Continue readingA Deeper Look Into Little Red Riding Hood
1. Daughter of a Werewolf aka La lupa mannara – In this nifty Italian film from ’68, after being raped at 15, a young female descendant of werewolves, Daniela, goes on a killing rampage. She starts her rampage with her sister’s new husband Fabian, seducing him, then eating him. A blowjob that ends as badly…Continue readingThree Terrible Werewolf Movies You Can’t Miss