There’s a lot going on in the werewolf world; hopefully that means that the reign of fruity vampire movies is coming to an end, and they’ll be shining the spotlight on werewolves again. Hopefully, The Wolfman didn’t ruin our street cred too badly. And speaking of: Can you believe it, —The Wolfman won an Oscar…Continue readingBeing Human, Wolfman, Twilight Wolves, and True Blood in this Week’s Werewolf Bites!
Werewolf movie time! We’ve already covered the werewolf flicks from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, so here’s a look at the werewolves of the 1970s (be prepared, it was the 70s so there’s a whole lot of B-grade flicks here). Los Monstruos del terror: English title “Assignment Terror.” A strange movie that’s not only about…Continue readingA Decade’s Worth of Werewolf Movies: 1970s
…With some fabulous paintings, that are in fact, for sale. Would we give our left arms (yes, I’d probably give the left arms of everyone on the staff; maybe not my own… but theirs) to own to Wolfman painting? In the immortal words of Gabe Saporta, “HELL YES!” Romano basically painted the entire monster cast…Continue readingLou Romano Prepares for the Monster Squad Remake
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