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Sam Huntington Talks New Werewolves on Being Human

Anytime I come across news on the incredibly talented Sam Huntington I get all kinds of exited (I heart him). He’s definitely one of the best werewolf actors out there. In a recent interview he chatted about his character Josh in SyFy’s Being Human and on what’s to come in the show. In the interview…

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SyFy’s ‘Being Human’ Season 2 Promo Released!

At long last SyFy’s Being Human is finally returning! Woot! For those new to the show it is a re-imagining of the popular BBC series that follows three 20-something roommates: A ghost, a vampire and a werewolf who are struggling to keep their dark secrets from the world, while also helping each other out. The…

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‘Being Human’ Season Two News!

San Diego Comic-Con 2011 brought us all sorts of awesome last month, including info on one of our favorite shows – Being Human! One of the big questions last year was if Syfy’s Being Human would continue to follow the original British version (which is on its fourth season). The US version was such a…

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Cast of ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’ Chat About Film

Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, the film that features not only vampires, zombies, but werewolves as well, is now in theaters! Woo! The film is based one of the world’s bestselling comic book series with over 70 million readers worldwide. The story revolves around Dylan Dog, the world’s only private investigator of the undead with…

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New Werewolf Movie! Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

Now, this is funny, because almost all the actors in the movie have ties to other werewolf projects, in film and television. Like, take Brandon Routh , –who will be playing Dylan Dog himself, –his old lady, Courtney Ford, will be featured in the next season of True Blood. And maybe you’ll recognize the name…

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Being Human: Interview with Sam Huntington, Playing Josh the Werewolf

I thought this was interesting, because the werewolf in Being Human was by far, the most colorful characters. He wasn’t the suave, melodramatic vampire, or the gloomy ghost, living on the fringes of reality. There were even times that the vampire character, John Mitchell, and Annie Sawyer, the ghost, remarked about how lucky George Sands,…

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