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Ginger Snaps is still a Powerful and Relevant Werewolf Film

Can this happen to a normal woman?

A uniquely Canadian horror film, Ginger Snaps doesn’t get near the attention it deserves in horror circles. Simply put, …

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Horror Film

The Wolf's Trail - The Mad Monster and the Undying Monster

To the best of my knowledge, there were only three English-language werewolf movies (counting Wolfblood, which is werewolf-adjacent at best) made prior to 1941. By the end of 1942 that number had been doubled. 1,962 more words


First Time

Filed under – Mostly horror. Slightly Urban Fantasy.

Warning – serial killer (s), lycanthropy, NaNoWriMo

“Is this your first time here?”
I look up, startled, no doubt looking like a deer in someone’s headlights. 1,234 more words


The Wolf's Trail - The Wolf Man (Part 1)

It’s time to get excited, because we have arrived at the big one. In 1941, with their second series of monster movies in full swing, Universal returned to the werewolf with a movie that served as the template for every single cinematic lycanthrope, and the baseline model for the werewolf in the collective unconscious, for the next forty years. 2,396 more words


WILDING (2018)

New On Demand and digital download from IFC Midnight; help me out and pick it up here on Amazon!


Directed by Fritz Böhm… 923 more words

Movie Reviews

The Wolf's Trail - Werewolf of London

Last week we picked up the Wolf’s trail from the very beginning, the oldest surviving lycanthropic moving picture known to man. Today, that trail grows clearer and more distinct as we come to a much more significant and interesting movie. 1,511 more words