Werewolves

[Creator Corner]

A Werewolf in Australia — Werewolf Vlogging Series

A Werewolf in Australia (a five-part comedy series about a werewolf vlogger) exists purely because I wanted to create something fun for Halloween. The series follows a werewolf named Colin who turns to vlogging to help other wolves and to come to terms with his own transformation. Throughout the episodes, he struggles with maintaining a

[Contests and Giveaways]

Halloween Build-A-Bear Giveaway 🧸

Ashley is the winner! Congrats! 🧸 This might just be the cutest giveaway we’ve ever had. Prepare for cuteness overload. I discovered these adorable stuffies thanks to @PhantoMantis, who Tweeted: Build A Bear has a Werewolf. 🎃 pic.twitter.com/U6d1wGKKW8 — PhantoMantis (@PhantoMantis) September 17, 2019 I reached out to Build-A-Bear who kindly agreed to give away

[Art]

Alternative Poster Art in Halloween Love Meets an American Werewolf in London!

Sunday has once again arrived all too quickly and here at Halloween Love that means one thing – it’s time for another batch of incredible poster images from the thriving alternative art community! So far I’ve revealed my personal favorite posters that pay tribute to: Jaws – Stephen King’s IT – Alien – The Shining

[Reviews]

Movie Review: Wolves (2014)

Sight unseen, Wolves is already an intriguing beast, as it marks the directorial debut of a pretty big name in Hollywood. David Hayter, who also wrote the werewolf flick, has penned a handful of superhero movies in the past decade, including X-Men, X-Men 2 and Watchmen. A guy with some impressive credentials, to say the

[Bite-sized Horror]

The Penny Dreadful Sandbox

The new Showtime horror series Penny Dreadful needs no gimmicks. The writing, acting, production, etc. are already top-notch. However, in addition to that, there is a wonderfully open-ended sustainability to the show that they’ve set up. They’ve already shown us vampires, ghosts (?), Frankenstein’s monster, and other possible creatures with an only partially-linear construct to