Guest Post: The Fallen Author Tarn Richardson Takes Us to the Forgotten Front of WWI

In The Fallen (Book 2 of Tarn Richardson’s Darkest Hand trilogy), war wages in a shadowy world between demons and werewolves. In advance of the novel’s March 14th release by The Overlook Press, the author has embarked on a virtual… Continue Reading


Before the Blood Wars Part 4: Awakening in a Strange Land

Kate Beckinsale slips back into the leather catsuit and corset with Underworld: Awakening. So confident was Sony about her return that they stacked the production with an incredible $70 million budget. For number four, the franchise’s most essential participant was… Continue Reading


Before the Blood Wars Part 3: Lycans Ruled the Underworld

Not to get too far into the weeds with this stuff (too late, I know), but there’s a distinction between Underworld’s two major conflicts. The “Vampire-Werewolf War” (glimpsed at the start of Underworld: Evolution) signifies vampire Marcus’ crusade against his… Continue Reading


Before the Blood Wars Part 2: The Evolution of a Franchise

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Underworld: Evolution begins the franchise’s contradictory tradition of improving on its predecessor while conversely regressing. Written and directed by those responsible for the original (Kevin Grevioux is absent from the story credit, leaving it to Danny McBride and director Len Wiseman),… Continue Reading


Werewolves Battle Demons in The Fallen – Book 2 of The Darkest Hand Trilogy

In The Fallen (Book 2 of Tarn Richardson’s The Darkest Hand Trilogy), war wages in a shadowy world between demons and werewolves. It arrives early next year; and we’ll be taking part in the author’s virtual tour in support of… Continue Reading


Werewolves Are Coming to USA Network in Brooklyn Animal Control

Another comic-to-TV adaptation is on its way as USA Network has announced a pilot pick-up for “Brooklyn Animal Control,” which revolves around a secret subdivision within the New York Police Department that services werewolves.  Finally “Teen Wolf” has some competition!… Continue Reading


Joe Avella’s Parody Web Series Wheelchair Werewolf Rolls Out on Halloween

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Chicago writer/director Joe Avella has released a trailer for his upcoming web series “Wheelchair Werewolf,” an homage to B-movie horror and educational films of the early 80s. The seven-episode series begins its weekly release on October 31st (Halloween). A genre… Continue Reading