This Hallowe’en, Animal Planet US is airing a “documentary” called We’rewolves. Written by Japser James (the same guy who wrote Walking With Dinosaurs) and produced by the UK’s Wide Eyed Entertainment, We’rewolves will combine fantasy and fact to examine how werewolves might live today if they really existed.
Fangs and Fur is a new documentary by Italian filmmaker and wildlife photographer Michele Cogliati. In the 10-minute made-for-web film, Cogliati discusses the historical link between wolves, werewolves, human serial killers and cannibalism.
“The wolf is a pack hunter and a daylight predator,” Cogliati explains. “The werewolf is a lone hunter and often depicted as a night stalker. I have a few answers to justify these remarkable differencies that I’d like to share.”
Arguably the best and most famous werewolf movie of the 20th century is An American Werewolf In London. AWIL had it all: great horror, black humour, a killer soundtrack, and the best werewolf transformation scene ever committed to film. Now, over 25 years after AWIL was released, filmmaker Paul Davis is getting ready to release Beware the Moon – Remembering An American Werewolf in London, a feature-length documentary on the making of the classic werewolf movie.