werewolf, werewolves and lycans

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Say Goodbye to Werewolf Women of the SS

In Grindhouse, the double-feature by Quentin Tarantino, was an assortment of peculiar fake movie trailers. Among them was Rob Zombie’s Werewolf Women of the SS, and while it was a fake promo, many were thinking (mostly hoping) that this fake trailer would eventually turn into a real movie. The rumors went on for years about…

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‘Chuck’ Actor Joins Werewolf Flick ‘WER’

Helmed by The Devil Inside director William Brent Bell, Wer is an another vicious werewolf film on the way. There hasn’t been much word on this upcoming horror flick until very recently (finally). Casting news has been announced, as well as a tiny bit of the plot. It’s not much, but we love new werewolf movies,…

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Horror Film ‘Werewolf Fever’ Coming Soon to DVD

If you’re a fan of gratuitous violence and gore or just a lover of modern day grindhouse, then I have got the campy horror flick for you. Coming to DVD July 24, 2012 is Werewolf Fever, a film that is definitely not low on gore or camp. Plot synopsis: “At the Kingburger Drive-In, the food…

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See First Official Poster for Lesbian Werewolf Film ‘Jack & Diane’

Jack & Diane is a lesbian werewolf film that has been in the making for many years now, and slowly, ever so slowly, news on the project is trickling in. After over 5 years in the making, the movie is finally ready to make its premiere at the Tribeca Film Fest. Jack & Diane stars…

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‘Monster Brawl’ Coming to DVD this Summer

I wrote about this strange flick a few months back, and here we are again, with more news on the award-winning Monster Brawl. A crowd pleaser at this year’s film fest circuit, Monster Brawl features an all-star cast of classic monsters, beloved horror icons, and wrestling royalty in what is being called “the undisputed smack-down…

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‘Guardians of Luna’ Manga and Movie on the Way

Seven Seas Entertainment recently announced it has licensed the upcoming Guardians of Luna manga series by Nozomu Tamaki, the New York Times bestselling author of Dance in the Vampire Bund, to be made into a feature film. “Nozomu Tamaki is a brilliant storyteller who has focused on vampires in Dance in the Vampire Bund and…

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Jonathan Glendening Chats About Strippers vs. Werewolves

If you’re looking for some campy and sexy werewolf action, well, you won’t have to wait much longer for it. The much talked about flick Strippers vs. Werewolves should be arriving in the US later this year. But to tide you over until then I’ve got an interview via shocktillyoudrop.com from director Jonathan Glendening on…

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Film Flashback: I Was A Teenage Werewolf

It’s time to take a trip to the past for another wolftacular film flashback! Today’s old school flick is the 1957 cult classic I Was a Teenage Werewolf. This low budget movie became a huge hit very quickly, surprising many. It was made for only $82 thousand and shot in a week, and ended up…

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Molly Shannon and Steve Buscemi to play Werewolves in Upcoming Film

Molly Shannon and Steve Buscemi have been in loads of fantastic and widely popular films over the past few years, but for the first time, these two will be playing werewolves! Yay! The two have been signed on to voice a werewolf couple in Hotel Transylvania, a 3D family comedy set in a resort for…

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Werewolves, Death and… Sex

That title just about sums up the plot of Love Bite, a werewolf film I recently came across. Seriously. Check out the plot synopsis for yourself… “High school is over and summer has begun in the dead-end seaside town of Rainmouth. While Jamie’s friends seem to be happy working in the local pie factory by…

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‘FDR: American Badass!’ Trailer Released

It has been a long while since we heard anything on FDR: American Badass! and I was thinking that maybe it was just a big joke after all. I mean, would someone really make a werewolf movie about President Franklin Roosevelt shooting Nazis with his wheelchair of death? Yes, yes they would. The trailer for…

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Kris Holden-Ried Chats About His Two Werewolf Roles

Kris Holden-Ried plays the role of a wolf shapeshifter in the amazing show Lost Girl, and he plays a new breed of lycan in the upcoming film Underworld: Awakening. I’m pretty sure this makes him the coolest actor ever. Kris recently did an interview with SFX magazine on his two current roles, chatting about the…

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Jack and Diane Release Date Announced

Jack and Diane is a werewolf film that has been in the making for many years now, many years. We first caught wind of the movie back in 2007, and after many ups and downs, many actresses cast and then booted, Jack and Diane is finally on its way. Not only did they finally cast…

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Johnny Depp and Werewolves in Upcoming Film!?

What a glorious combination! Johnny Depp and werewolves! But what film would have two things so awesome in one place? The Lone Ranger… seriously. Walt Disney Pictures has finally greenlighted The Lone Ranger, a reboot of the classic show. The film took off on a rocky start due to some serious budget issues at, at…

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‘The Big Bad’ Impresses Audiences Nationwide

There’s a new indie werewolf flick that is swooping in and dominating the competition at virtually every film festival it shows at, a film titled The Big Bad. Plot description from The Big Bad website: “A loner named Frankie enters a bar in a nowhere town, looking for a man no one seems to know……

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Game of Werewolves International Trailer and Poster Revealed

I don’t cover foreign werewolf films here all that much, mainly because there just aren’t all that many of them. However, there’s a werewolf flick coming stateside from Spain that has been getting loads of attention lately, so of course I had to give the movie a mention as well. The film is titled Game…

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Are You Willing to Pay for Something ‘Bigger & Badder?’

Ever since Kickstarter (a funding site for artists, filmmakers, writers…etc.) and sites like it were created I have been getting loads of emails from directors and authors asking for money to get their projects off the ground. Well, I ignore the majority of these requests because either their project sounds awful or they are asking…

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‘Red: Werewolf Hunter’ Coming Soon to DVD

Red: Werewolf Hunter is a SyFy original movie that aired a long while back and is just now making its way to DVD (finally). Come January 3, 2012, we’ll be able to buy the DVD and watch Felicia Day, the Geek Goddess, kick werewolf ass again and again. In Red: Werewolf Hunter, the modern-day descendant…

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‘Wherewolves’ Needs Our Help

I recently received an e-mail from one of the writers of Wherewolves asking for help getting their film script out there for all to see. They need some assistance getting the script made into an actual movie, and since I love werewolves and we’re in need of more werewolf flicks, I am more than happy…

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Long Overdue Review of ‘Red Riding Hood’

As I’m sure you can guess, I am ridiculously behind on my movie watching, but at long last I have gotten around to watching Red Riding Hood! Finally! This werewolf film came out a few months back and stars the gorgeous Amanda Seyfried… which is about all it has going for it – pretty actors…

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New Stills for ‘Strippers vs. Werewolves’ Revealed

Jonathan Glendenning’s upcoming horror comedy coming out of the UK, Strippers vs. Werewolves, has got everyone talking and there’s no wonder why, I mean, it’s sexy strippers battling it out with ferocious werewolves. More info on this upcoming film is slowly trickling in and now not only do we have a much longer plot description…

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John Landis on ‘Monsters in the Movies’

For those of you that don’t know your werewolf movie history (tsk tsk), John Landis is the brilliant director behind An American Werewolf in London, the werewolf film that completely changed how everyone viewed werewolves on film. The makeup and incredible transformation scene was like nothing anyone had seen before and it continues to this…

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Horror and Comedy in ‘Audie and the Wolf’

I got an email from a reader a few days ago asking me why I have never written about the werewolf flick Audie and the Wolf, and well, to be entirely honest, I didn’t know it existed. Gasp! Yes, things occasionally slip past my radar, sorry ‘bout that. So to make things right, let’s give…

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Film Flashback: The Werewolf

October is here! The month we spend our nights curled up in a warm blanket, sipping on hot cider and watching horror movie after horror movie. Hurray for Halloween month! In honor of this glorious time I’m having another film flashback. I can’t think of a more perfect time for watching classic horror movies than…

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Monster Brawl

There’s a new monster flick that’s got every horror site talking – Monster Brawl. The film recently had its world premiere at Canada’s Fantasia film festival where it was so successful it picked up an audience award. Pretty impressive for an indie horror film. Check out the Monster Brawl description: “Set in the tradition of…

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