Take Super Smash Bros., squeeze it onto your phone or tablet, replace the Nintendo characters with cute monsters and in-app purchases, and you’ve got multiplayer brawler Fright Fight from publisher Appsolute.
Christopher Herndon’s “Werewolves Playing Poker” is a great horror riff on Cassius Marcellus Coolidge’s famous “Waterloo” painting. Herndon’s replaced Coolidge’s card-slinging, cigar-selling dogs with a group of werewolves who’ve decided to play poker instead of murdering everyone.
I got a frustrating email on Monday. It contained no message or subject line, only a link to a GoFundMe campaign, and I was annoyed. If I’m going to spend my time learning about your thing, I want you to spend a moment to tell me why. Then I clicked the link, annoyance turned into grossed-out delight, and I pledged twenty bucks.
Karina Farek, 4th year animation major at SVA, has just posted her thesis film Dirty Paws, and it’s too charming and sweet not to share.
Scream Factory, the division of Shout! Factory I simply refuse to stop calling “the Criterion of horror”, has updated the specs and bonus features for its upcoming fancy-pants collector’s edition of Dog Soldiers. Are you ready for a new transfer? I am!
After over two years of pitching it, Jon Glaser‘s “dumb, arbitrary joke made on Fallon over 2 years ago” is set to become a live-action mini-series on Adult Swim. Get ready for “Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter”.
It’s back! After some not-so-patient waiting, the official trailer for “werewolves on a train” horror film Howl has officially been released as an exclusive on Empire Online. This is the same trailer that caused such a ruckus two weeks ago, and watching it again this morning, its gore and practical werewolf effects are every bit as good.
Kel McDondald‘s Kickstarter comic project The Better To Find You is an 80-page story about a small-town veterinarian enlisted by a werewolf to help track down another werewolf – a rookie in the sights of a hunter who’s packing silver ammunition.
There are few books I’ve read that managed to keep me reading even after the characters I was rooting for got torn to bloody ribbons. Graeme Reynolds’ High Moor is one of them.
After staring in a film and a comic book, the alcoholic werewolf cop you know and tolerate because he’s armed love is back for another adventure, this time in his very own novel.