Posts Tagged ‘werewolves’

Hemlock Grove
In the shadows of a rusted Pennsylvania steel town, the mangled body of a teenage girl is discovered. As they hunt for a monster among them, rumors mount and many of the eccentric residents become suspects, from the newly arrived gypsy family to the wealthy Godfrey clan. In the twisted world of Hemlock Grove, everyone hides a dark secret. From director Eli Roth (“Hostel”) comes a chilling supernatural series based on Brian McGreevy’s novel. Official Page

Hemlock Grove is an upcoming American horror/thriller television series for Netflix from executive producer Eli Roth, developed by Brian McGreevy & Lee Shipman, and produced by Gaumont International Television. It is based on McGreevy’s novel Hemlock Grove, which was released on March 27, 2012. On January 9, 2013, Netflix announced that Hemlock Grove will premiere April 19, 2013. Just one more reason to love Netflix! Check out the trailer and some pics below. (more…)

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Howling V

Howling V: The Rebirth. 1989.

Howling V: The Rebirth is a 1989 direct-to-video horror sequel to The Howling. It was directed by Neal Sundstrom from the screenplay by Freddie Rowe and Clive Turner, and filmed in Budapest, Hungary.
Director: Neal Sundstrom
Writers: Gary Brandner (books), Freddie Rowe
Stars: Philip Davis, Victoria Catlin, Elizabeth Shé
Release Date: 22 February 1990
Howling V: The Rebirth (1989) on IMDb

Bored outta my mind last night and in the mood for some old school horror, I scrolled crackflix in search of some bloody nostalgia. I came across many tempting entries along the way; The Stuff, Terrorvision and Phantasm. Undecided in which direction I should go; monster, slasher, alien goo or zombie I flipped a coin and settled on Howling V: The Rebirth. It’s been years since I’ve watched a Howling flick, and I was stoked for some werewolf mayhem. Wow. The Howling V was absolute 80’s cheese (filmed in 89 released in 90). (more…)

Ferals. David Lapham. 2011.

Ferals. David Lapham. 2011.

“Officer Dale Chesnutt has a big bloody problem – slaughtered civilians are turning up in the sleepy town of Cypress and now it’s on him to figure it out. But while he is discovering more carnage, and his violent passions for a sexy mysterious woman, a vicious creature strikes again, this time at Dale’s own family.” Avatar Press.

David Lapham (Crossed: Badlands, Stray Bullets) and Gabriel Andrade (Lady Death) create a non-stop sex fueled bloodbath with Ferals. Violent, Bloody, Gruesome and Shocking are but a few of the words I would use to describe this series; mix in generous helpings of brutally rough sex (with lots of overly large breasted women) and Ferals is a surefire winner. Truly fearsome Werewolves (not your tweeny fantasy twilight dogs) make this series a pleasure to read. If you are into werewolves at all, Ferals is required reading. If you just want something soaked in gore and scattered with some beautifully drawn women, this will do as well. Avatar Press keeps on delivering with over the top and extremely graphic horror titles! Ferals @ Avatar Press. Enjoy!

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