werewolf, werewolves and lycans

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow has Werewolves, Woot!

Konami has been teasing us like a $80 whore, with all these screenshots of the latest game in the Castlevania series. It’s actually more like a reboot of some of their previous games, but now, they’ve finally let slip some pretty huge news, –there are werewolves in the game! And from the look of the…

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The Royal Werewolf

Today dear readers, I bring you an old folktale once told in the mountains of Auvergne, a tale of royal werewolf and her unfortunate end. According to the legend, a nobleman was gazing out of his castle window when he saw a hunter he knew. He decided to have a chat with the old hunter…

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Vampire Diaries: Is Tyler Lockwood a Werewolf?

Elena, unlike Sookie, is a little more intelligent, –and one of the first things that Elena realized when she first found out Stefan was a vampire, was that if vampires are real, then so are a lot of other things she never considered. Like witches; her friend Bonnie is proof! If you’re an avid Vampire…

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Werewolf Lovers Unite!

Mac is an avid werewolf fan; he has spent most of his life breathing, studying, and seeking out a creature that may or may not truly exist. Check out what he had to say about the lycanthropic kind. How did you first get involved with all things werewolf? I was one of the few kids…

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More Werewolves for True Blood Cast!

More good news for the werewolf hungry Truebies! Vincent Ward and Don Swayze are joining the growing cast of HBO’s hit paranormal series “True Blood” for the upcoming third season. Vincent Ward (“The Starter Wife,” “Everybody Hates Chris”) will play a werewolf named Hollis who owns a bar where lycanthropes hang out. This new werewolf…

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Gilles Garnier: The Werewolf of Dole

In fact, Gilles Garnier was not a werewolf who happened to rule over the Dole fruit company, –it’s actually a small town in France, in the Franche-Comté Province. At some point during the early 1570s or late 1560s, Garnier lived outside Dole as a hermit, and was eventually married. In the isolated area, he was…

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Do You Dream About Wolves?

Heya readers! While reading all of your comments I noticed that quite a few of you mentioned that you regularly had dreams about wolves. It got me thinking, what does it mean to have a wolf visit your dreams? So I grabbed a couple dream dictionaries and looked wolves up and other werewolf related words….

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Real Cases of Lycanthropy: Jean Grenier

Case studies of lycanthropy are not as steeped in folklore and mythology as they were in the 18th, 19th, and even in the early 20th centuries. Today, we have the science and technology, as well as the psychological skills to understand that lycanthropy is not only a highly entertaining theme in films, but also a…

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Werewolf Porn: For the Serious Fans! (Contains NSFW Links)

There’s a long debated question as to whether having sex with a werewolf is bestiality or not. Who cares? You’re a lonely werewolf, it’s Friday night, the moon isn’t full, and you don’t have a date. Nothing good on HBO, but you’re in the mood for some fun, –what do you reach for? Well, besides…

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The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Woman

Genevieve and Elvira are two hip college girls who travel to a small village in France in the search of the grave of a slain Hungarian princess rumored to have been a vampire. On their travels they run out of gas just outside what appears to be an abandoned villa. Luckily the villa is not…

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Steve Pink Goes from Male Comedy to Werewolf Spoof

Sorry guys, but I just can’t get into the whole man-comedy trend, –a bunch of guys, getting drunk and doing stupid shit… Wow, who knew you had to go to the movies to see that? Hot Tub Time Machine looks moderately entertaining, but watching the trailer, all I could find myself looking forward to was…

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Werewolf Chicks: Not as Hot as You Think

There are a ton of women and feminists out there, who keep complaining, that there aren’t enough hot werewolf chicks. Well, what about the Ginger Snaps Trilogy? And frankly, there are a few reasons, why werewolf-ism, is really kind of male exclusive in terms of ‘hotness’. In the words of a delusional friend of mine,…

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Bishop Olaus Magnus

Bishop Olaf Magnussen, who signed his treatise “History of the Goths, Swedes, and Vandals” (published in 1555) with his Latinized name Olaus Magnus, stated that the people living in Prussia, Lithuania, and Livonia often lost their livestock to bands of hungry wolves. But, their losses caused by natural wolves were nothing compared to what the…

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Man Turned Into Werewolf From Drinking Too Much Wine

A sign that humans are becoming less sturdy, or just a weird story about a rare skin condition; anyway you look at it, Ken Walker, a doctor from the UK, got the short end of the stick. And no, he won’t necessarily be playing fetch with his wife in the backyard anytime soon. He developed…

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‘Watchmen’ Screenwriter David Hayter to Direct New Werewolf Movie ‘Wolves’

The screenwriter for Watchmen got pretty much none of the glory involved in the film; writers rarely get any of the fame, especially when it’s for a film. Which is why it’s an event to gasp and cream over, now that David Hayter has taken on directing; but not just any directing. I mean, it’s…

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Clinical Lycanthropy on FOX’s ‘Mental’

Mental, a show on FOX, outlines the various cases presented to the Director of Mental Health at Wharton Memorial Hospital; Dr. Jack Gallagher, a British man living in America, is both brilliant and conflicted. He delivers therapy to his patients with unorthodox methods, which pits him against the other doctors in the hospital. One of…

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Hitler’s Werwolves

The “Werwolf” branch of Hitler’s forces were particularly frightening for a variety of reasons; even today they have an almost mythological fascination. Though Hitler refused to label them as a contingency force of guerrilla soldiers, most experts agree that ‘der Werwolf’ was an elite squad trained for the most covert military tactics. The soldiers in…

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What you could get away with if you were a Werewolf

Imagine you had the ability to turn into a werewolf at the drop of a dime; you were walking along in your city one fateful night and were suddenly brutally attacked by this disgustingly beautiful creature and now, you attained their mystical power. Sit back for a minute and mentally compile a list of things…

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Werecats: The Lions of Tsavo

Canine transformation is at the forefront of shapeshifting folklore; it seems that there are werewolf legends in almost every country and culture, but for some reason, canine transformation is much more popular than its sister in folklore; feline transformation. For thousands of years, people have believed in the ‘werecat’, i.e., the ability of some sorcerers,…

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Jack and Diane: More Casting Bullshit is Killing the Movie

I have one question for the production staff of Jack & Diane: when the hell are you going to get off your asses and stop dicking around? Jack & Diane was supposed to be this controversial lesbian werewolf movie, full of blood and gore and young lesbian love. But after just a few months, Ellen…

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Werewolf News: Watch Out Werewolves, A Man With a Sword is Coming!

In Bainbridge Island, WA, a man was, how shall we say… seriously freaking out, yes, –because he believed that amongst us were both werewolves and CHUDs to be hunted! While neither Hugh Jackman, nor Victoria Beckham were in the area, the man was adamant nonetheless. Police were called, and they found the man in a…

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The Big Werewolf War in Eclipse: Sneak Peek!

Yeah yeah, I know werewolf fans everywhere are usually aghast at the idea of werewolves in the Twilight Saga, but hey, –I’ve seen it, and I’m impressed, personally. Though, they aren’t really werewolves as we traditionally see them; they’re sort of shapeshifters. The werewolves in Twilight are a little similar to the whole shapeshifter culture…

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Wolf Count

Did you know that 8,000 years ago there were more than 20 million gray wolves roaming the northern hemisphere? But as time passed the wolves died out. In the middle ages wolves were considered evil creatures of Satan, which not only brought on loads of werewolf folktales, but the deaths of countless wolves. Nowadays, the…

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Wild Game: New Werewolf Movie Based on Unreleased Comic

Kind of backwards, isn’t it? The reviewers and bloggers are calling the film ’30 Days of Night with werewolves instead of vampires’; they don’t know how right they are. 30 Days of Night actually began as a comic book as well, after its unsuccessful film pitch. Unphased, writers instead went for a comic book angle….

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Poultrygeist + Werewolf = Werewolf Fever

Because for some reason, the idea of a werewolf terrorizing a bunch of disgusting fat rednecks at a burger joint is utterly terrifying! No guys, I’m serious. Can you imagine, sitting there with a hamburger, when all of a sudden, this guy in a horrifying, surprisingly well-made werewolf costume attacks you? That is scary! And…

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