I tried on an Apple Watch earlier today, but now I’m thinking there’s a way to accessorize my limbs that’s less ostentatious and more distinctive: werewolf hands, feet and leg props for sale at Prop Store. Here are three lycanthropic lots currently for sale.
Fan Expo Vancouver hit my town two weekends ago, and as part of the event’s celebration of geek culture, monsters and creature effects, two New Image College makeup artists turned Vancity Buzz contributor Andres Markwart into a wolfman for your time-lapse video enjoyment.
Good news if you’re going to be in Florida this Halloween. There are rumours that for its 25th anniversary, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights might have as its “big bad” feature the acclaimed An American Werewolf in London haunted house from 2013.
I’ve seen a lot of chatter lately that indicates the werewolf connection in Bloodborne for PS4 is deeper than I wrote about last week, and in a gargantuan Kotaku post Patricia Hernandez catalogs the evidence. The conclusion: even though you’re killing werewolves in the game, you’re probably a werewolf yourself, too.
Want to run over 6 miles through an urban obstacle course in Malaysia while being terrorized by werewolves? Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Like an actual, literal nightmare. But if you like running and you happen to be in Putrajaya on July 31st, check out BloodRunner.
Werewolves may finally have an antidote to wolfsbane. Two researchers from the University of Stockholm have discovered that Ephedra foeminea, an otherwise nondescript (“rather ugly”) plant found in the eastern Mediterranean region, reproduces only by the light of the full moon.
I’ve learned a lot in 10 minutes from this Kickstarter campaign. I didn’t know the world of playing cards has its own hyper-articulate vocabulary, or that it was possible to make playing cards look so bad-ass that Mr. Torgue would approve of them.
Out today: “Beat The Champ“, the new wrasslin’-themed record from The Mountain Goats. You should go buy it on Amazon or iTunes (or at least give it a listen) and then check out this deadly gorgeous tour poster drawn by John Keogh and inspired by the song “Werewolf Gimmick”.
This raucous beer label by São Paulo’s Elefante Project Design popped up on The Dieline last week. My Portuguese is rusty (actually non-existent) but my Brazilian friend has authorized me to pronounce this label muito legal.
It’s rather appropriate that this month’s Full Moon Feature was actually produced by Full Moon Entertainment. In fact, 1990’s Meridian was one of the first films made by Full Moon after Charles Band’s previous company, Empire Pictures, folded.