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Felicia Day in SyFy’s ‘Red’

The time has come for werewolves to take over the supernatural entertainment world! Syfy is launching a new original movie called ‘Red,’ a new look at the classic tale of ‘Little Red Riding Hood.’ Unfortunately we have a while to go before this flick comes to our TV. Syfy’s recent press release says that ‘Red’…

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Top Five Vintage Werewolf Movies

Where would our favorite werewolf movies be today if they didn’t have groundbreaking movies to pave the way? And while the newer movies are filled with great special effects, Dolby surround sound, and makeup techniques and tools that truly transform man to beast, we simply wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for…

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The Devil’s Promise

Gather ‘round boys and gals, I have a story for you. It was once believed that to become a werewolf you needed something known as a wolf-strap. Anyone that fastened this wolf-strap around their waist would instantly turn into a wolf. But if someone were to call out the name of the person that had…

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Stephen King’s Silver Bullet

In memory of Corey Haim Werewolves.Com presents Stephen King’s Silver Bullet. When a drunken railway worker is found dead on the tracks after the night of a full moon no one in the small town of Tarker’s Mills has any idea that their long nightmare has begun. Before Corey Haim became a Lost Boy he…

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Spiritual Shapeshifting

In ancient times there were once wise shamans that wished not to physically transform into animals, but to instead to absorb the strength, agility, nobility and spiritual power of the animals they admired and respected. And so I bring you spiritual shapeshifting – not the power to change the form of your body, but the…

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Werewolf Book Watch: New Releases This Month

Are all the werewolf books on your shelf tattered and torn from being read so many times? Do you want to add to your collection, or just try something completely new? If so, this is a great month to do it! Here are just a few of the awesome werewolf books that are coming out…

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Real-Life Wolves Used in ‘True Blood’ Season 3

The creator and producer of ‘True Blood,’ Alan Ball, plans on making the upcoming third season the best season yet and one way he’s doing this is by bringing in real-life wolves to the set so that the animal transformations on the show will be as real as possible. While past seasons were focused mostly…

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Review of The Wolfman

I was finally able to see The Wolfman starring Benicio del Toro and Anthony Hopkins last night and I am afraid it did not quite live up to my expectations. The Wolfman, a remake of the classic 1941 film starring Lon Chaney Jr., tells the tale of Laurence Talbot (played by del Toro), who upon…

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Big Wolf on Campus

Tommy Dawkins’ life was almost perfect. He was the star of his high school football team, he was dating the most popular girl in school and oh yeah… Tommy Dawkins was a werewolf. Everything started the week before the beginning of senior year during a final summer camp out with some of his football buddies….

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The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here!

Diana Mooney returns home with her new husband Gerald after being away studying medicine in Scotland. There are some dark secrets she had kept from the new husband, that unfold dramatically. An odd relationship between the family members is immediately apparent, and an eccentric elderly patriarch is urgent to complete his experiments before passing. We…

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Do Werewolves Need a Little More Girl Power?

When talking about werewolves, we usually have the tendency to refer to them in the masculine sense. “He changed” or “the werewolf licked his wounds” are common phrases found in werewolf history. But what about all the women? Very little is said about female werewolves, especially in a historical sense, and even when they are…

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Our Favorite Werewolf Artist!

Kerem Beyit! You have seen the man’s incredible werewolf artwork all over the net, even here on this site. Not too long ago I was asked by a reader if I knew who created these kickass werewolf pictures and so I thought why not share the love with all of our readers. Here’s the bio…

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The Bloody Chamber

The Bloody Chamber is an award winning anthology of short stories by Angela Carter. All of the stories share a common theme of being closely based upon fairytales or folk tales, and some of the stories in the book feature some twisted werewolves. Lets take a peak at a few of the stories in The…

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Vironsusi: The Werewolves of Finland

Every country and every region around the world seems to have its own werewolf legends it seems. And Finland is no different. The fact that the Finnish people know their werewolves by the name of “Vironsusi” is odd, seeing as how this translates into “Estonian wolf.” But then again, Estonia does lie just to the…

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Gmork, a servant of Darkness

The Neverending Story was a beautiful 1984 film inspired by the 1979 book by German author, Michael Ende.  There were a great many differences between the book and film.  There has been interest in a remake rumored to be closer to the book and picking up several of the subplots missing from the original film….

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Spells to Ward Off Werewolves

Let’s say you aren’t among those that wish to become a werewolf but instead want nothing more than to put an end to the beasts. Perhaps you’re a vampire looking to destroy your long-time rival, or a vengeful and bitter werewolf hunter, or maybe just a lost and confused human desiring nothing more than safety….

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The Neffer Werewolf of Austria

It was during the sixteenth century that an Austrian village known as Neffer was attacked and destroyed by a gigantic werewolf. This werewolf was so big that when he walked through the forest that bordered the village, he loomed above the trees – watching for his prey below. It was one very lucky woodcutter that was…

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Hunting Ground, by Patricia Briggs

After reading Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs, I had to pick up Hunting Ground, the next book in the Alpha and Omega series. I was pretty excited about reading it because Briggs just had me hooked with Cry Wolf. I liked Hunting Ground just as much, and I’m hoping that Briggs is hoping to add…

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The Wolfstone

Long ago in the Fichtel Mountains of Germany a shepherd had gotten fed up with the local wolves carrying off his sheep. One day a particularly large wolf came to snatch up some of his livestock – this is when he acquired the services of the best hunter in town. This huntsman was known to…

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Cruel and Unusual Punishment: The Burgomaster Werewolf

Here’s a werewolf tale that’ll turn your stomach. I know it did mine. It was in Germany in 1685 that many women, children, and pets were being savagely killed by what many people in the area was reporting to be a wolf. Because the burgomaster (which is the mayor of a certain municipality in Germany)…

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Werewolves Can Rock Out Too!

Do you like loud rock music and werewolves? What about when you mix the two? If you answered yes then you totally need to check out Rob Zombie’s latest album, ‘Hellbilly Deluxe 2.’ As any Rob Zombie fan knows the man loves his horror, gore and monsters on film and in his music. Which brings…

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The Lobisomem

The Lobisomem is actually just another word for a werewolf. The word is known around both Portugal and Brazil, but it’s the latter that we’ll be looking at here. The Brazilians also have many different theories on their lobisomems, and why they change. But they may be onto something with some of these. A small…

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Ancient Norse Werewolves

There is an ancient tale that tells of two Icelandic men, a tale that was told throughout the Middle Ages. This story of course involves some fearsome werewolves – because really, are there any stories better than those? This tale tells of two men, Sigmund and Sinfjotli. One day these two are wandering through a…

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The Gandillon Werewolves

It was in 1598 in the Juan Mountains, which are located just outside of the Alps, that a small girl and boy were attacked by a massively-sized wolf while they were walking in the woods. The wolf got to the girl right away, killing her immediately. But the boy pulled out a knife and managed…

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What’s Happening on Wizards of Waverly Place

A few weeks ago there was the big and depressing Wizards vs. Werewolves episode on Wizards of Waverly Place. After the episode we had a bunch of you begging for answers, hoping that everything with Mason, Alex, Justin and Juliet would be cleared up. Well I did promise to give you info once I had…

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