So, you want to watch a werewolf movie…..


Hypothetically speaking, let’s say that you just watched a werewolf movie and were disappointed. However, you still have the desire to watch people turn into animals and then do crazy shit. Sound like you? If so, perhaps check out one of these shows for a lycanthropic good time. Woop woop.

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Day 110: The Wolfman (2010): Or, What the Heck? I Trusted You, Benicio Del Toro!


I have a thing for horror movies. Not mindlessly gory films, mind you; but just good, scary movies. I am especially fond of the “classic” scary films—those that involve ghosts, vampires, and werewolves. Now, my husband will say that a good zombie flick is the best type of creepy movie out there; but as for me, the werewolf films scared me the most.

 

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Day 55 : Being Human, series 1 (2008)


You would that think by now I would know how to spot a vampire when I see one. The same goes for werewolves–and don’t get me started on ghosts. I’ve read all of the Twilight and Sookie Stackhouse series; and watched the shows that were born from these two franchises. Hell, I even watched Fright Night, which, oddly enough, kind of combined the whole vampire and wolf thing. I have seen enough Ghost Hunters episodes to earn me respect on several internet forums (should I choose to comment). So you think I would be prepared for a show like Being Human. Yeah, one would think that, but I guess I wasn’t.

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