Tag Archive: werewolf

TV Review: ‘Werewolf by Night’

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In adapting its comic book source material over the years the bread-and-butter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has understandably been the superheroes with occasional forays into the cosmic side of things. However, with… Continue reading

The Wolf Man: A Monster’s Journey

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When it comes to the famed Universal Monsters each one of them has an actor they are forever linked to. Dracula has Bela Lugosi, the Invisible Man has Claude Rains etc. Though these… Continue reading

10 Spooky Board Games for Halloween

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If you’re anything like me you few every social occasion as a chance to whip out a game and keep the conversation flowing amid some fun, competitive play. With Halloween around the corner… Continue reading

Classic Scene: ‘Clash of the Monsters’

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Clash of the Monsters Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943) Dir. Roy William Neill The Scene: Unable to resist his curiosity anymore, Dr. Mannering unleashes the full power of Frankenstein’s monster, much to… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Werewolf Transformation

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Werewolf transformation An American Werewolf in London (1981) Dir. John Landis The Scene: David sits and tries to take his mind off of everything by reading a book. But the moon looms overhead… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘House of Frankenstein’

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Nowadays Marvel gets all the credit for creating a franchise of interlocking films to form a cinematic universe. But sadly often overlooked is the fact that the Universal Monsters franchise beat the superheroes… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘An American Werewolf in London’

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Werewolves can be a difficult monster to translate to the big screen. Filmmakers are constantly running the risk with these furry creatures of making it too campy or having make-up effects which look… Continue reading

Werewolf Movies to See Before You Die

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One of the most iconic monsters in film history is, the werewolf. Tales of people who could transform into wolf-like creatures have circulated the world over for centuries, but victims of lycanthropy have… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Wolf Guy’

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In the early 1970’s aspiring filmmaker Kazuhiko Yamaguchi was finally given his shot at directing a film when Toei producers enlisted him to adapt the popular manga Wolf Guy. While he did not… Continue reading