There’s only one ‘black’ werewolf movie out there, –though, the werewolf isn’t even black! To be more specific, it’s the only blaxpoitation film with a werewolf in it; at least, that we’ve found. I’ve spent hours reading and referencing actual books, –not Google, –looking for more examples of werewolves in black cinema, but they just…Continue readingThe Only Black Werewolf Movie: The Beast Must Die!
Scaring your children half to death in the middle of the night does has its effects. I recently unearthed a story that tickled me to death, and made me remember just how horrifying it is when you have to depend on a parent to ‘chase away the monsters under the bed,’ –and they don’t actually…Continue readingThe Cutest Werewolf Story Ever Told
The first thing you think when you see ‘SyFy movie’ in any review title is, ‘Here we go, more crappy effects in a hastily thrown together creature feature.’ Well, what the hell is wrong with that? Especially when you throw in an actress like Nina Dobrev who plays Elena in The Vampire Diaries; the other…Continue readingSyFy Movie ‘Never Cry Werewolf’ with Nina Dobrev of The Vampire Diaries
Some may be curious as to the connection between werewolves and the full moon, and right there with you are the educated, superstitious, religious and scientific men throughout time, all coming up with their own theories about werewolves and their relation to the full moon. It was largely viewed in the 17th and 18th centuries…Continue readingThe Full Moon
We love our old, campy television shows; ever tried re-watching Buffy, or Angel these days? It’s pretty amazing to me sometimes, that my young brain was ever captivated by so much rubber, fake blood, and crackerjack fight scenes. Especially considering what it takes to impress the youth of today; if it isn’t 3D, or the…Continue readingShe-Wolf of London
In the new Comedy Central series, Ugly Americans, monsters are just as much a part our society, as say, a huge, glaringly obvious metaphor for illegal immigration, or social commentary themes in cable television shows, or you know, the minorities they represent. Still, social commentary and political probing aside, the new show promises to be…Continue reading‘Ugly Americans’ Premier Has an Interesting Werewolf Scene
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…Continue readingStephen King’s Silver Bullet
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…Continue readingSpiritual Shapeshifting
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…Continue readingReview of The Wolfman
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.…Continue readingBig Wolf on Campus
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…Continue readingOur Favorite Werewolf Artist!
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.…Continue readingGmork, a servant of Darkness
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…Continue readingWerewolves Can Rock Out Too!
Allow me to introduce Bigby Wolf; comic book hero, werewolf, and the somewhat human incarnation of the Big Bad Wolf. Bigby was also described briefly in our post about werewolf comics. Bigby is one of the main characters of Bill Willingham’s comic book series, Fables, which was first printed in 2002. Bigby Wolf was a…Continue readingBigby Wolf
An overlooked werewolf appears in the Russian fairy tale of Prince Ivan and the Firebird. Prince Ivan, the son of a powerful tsar, discovers that the Firebird is responsible for stealing golden apples from his father’s orchard. Prince Ivan hunts this Firebird, with glowing feathers. He is attacked on his path by a gray wolf,…Continue readingThe Firebird and the Gray Wolf
Russle Tovey plays the self-loathing werewolf George on the hit BBC show Being Human. The show features more than our new favorite werewolf, but also a ghost and a vampire. All three of these supernatural beings live (or unlive) together, trying desperately to to fit in with the world, but being human is easier said…Continue readingRussell Tovey Interview: Being Human
The CW’s hit show The Vampire Diaries went far beyond everyone’s expectations, growing and growing in popularity with each fantastic episode. You’ve got Elena Gilbert, the human stuck between two gorgeous vampire brothers. The first brother being Stefan Salvatore, the sweet and kind vegetarian vampire, then you’ve got Damon Salvatore, the hot as hell, dangerously…Continue readingWerewolves in The Vampire Diaries?
Most of the werewolves in folklore, film and books are usually these monstrous and ferocious beasts that turn anyone unlucky enough to cross them into nothing but a pile of bloody pulp. But among the chaos and gore is one old folk tale of a sweet and kind werewolf. The unique werewolves I am speaking…Continue readingA Kind-Hearted Werewolf
Is it a werewolf or something entirely different? Ever since the 1980s there have been many reported sightings in Elkhorn, Wisconsin of some unknown creature, now known as the Beast of Bray Road. Witnesses have said a few different things about the beast – some say it resembles a hairy biped like Bigfoot. Others have…Continue readingThe Beast of Bray Road
“Please turn me into a werewolf!” This is something I read quite often in the comments left on the site. Now, before I continue I want to make it perfectly clear that this is by no means an insult to those that wish to become werewolves. I can understand your reasons for wishing it, so…Continue readingPlease Turn Me Into A Werewolf!
Time again for another old wolf folktale, but today’s is a little different from past stories. This old tale is one of greed and deception, showing us just how afraid people were of wolves back in the day. Once upon a time there was a wicked little thief that rented a room at an inn…Continue readingThe False Wolf
Good news for all you werewolf gamers out there, Softnyx has released a new werewolf video game called Wolf Team. It’s a free-to-play first person shooter that lets the players transform between playing as a human or playing as a werewolf. This new game has seven different game modes so players get the chance to…Continue readingLatest Werewolf Video Game: Wolf Team
A recent study done this past year at the Calvary Mater Newcastle Hospital in Sydney, Australia says that 91 of the emergency patients admitted with very violent and dangerous disturbances were similar to werewolf behavior. And a quarter of these happened on the night of a full moon, which is double the number for the…Continue readingStudy Says Full Moon Brings Out Our Inner Beast
Today we’ll take a trip to the grassy woodlands of northern Hungary for a tale about a werewolf reported in 1881. This story starts out with a fiddler by the name of Kropan who made his living by playing his music at local inns. But the money he earned was barely enough to keep him…Continue readingGreed Kills
Wolves and werewolves have a big part in history, so big in fact that countless wolf-related expressions have been created and used for centuries. These are usually insulting phrases used to describe something with bad intentions, but what can I say, wolves have a bad rep. But I bet that even some of you have…Continue readingSpeaking of Wolves
A few months ago I wrote about MTV’s remake of the 80s classic flick, Teen Wolf. MTV is remaking the movie into a TV series and we finally have some more news on the new furry show. The big news is that they have cast the actor to play our werewolf, Tyler Posey. The MTV…Continue readingMTV Has Found Their ‘Teen Wolf’
With Christmas quickly approaching you’re going to need to get a gift for your werewolf lover and I’m here to help you out. Here are 10 gift ideas perfect for any fan of the furry. 1. Pure Instinct Perfume You know wolves have a great sense of smell right? So why not play on that…Continue reading10 Gifts For Werewolf Lovers
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
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
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
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!
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
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
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
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
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
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
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