RHEA SEREN PHILLIPS shines a light on the Werewolves of Wales!
Tonight is a full moon. DOM COOPER serves up some tasty British Werewolf tunes!
ANDREW GARVEY takes a look at Scottish werewolf film, Wild Country
ANDREW GARVEY reviews Hammer’s only ever werewolf film
ANDREW GARVEY calls Dog Soldiers the best werewolf film since An American Werewolf in London (1981)
The Wolfman, the last of the classic Universal Monsters, is howling good time making a star of Lon Chaney Jr.
REN ZELEN reviews The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan
Brilliant special effects, makeup and production but fails to live up to expectations – all the coolness is dogged by awkwardly written script and story
Bradford’s STEPHEN DOYLE was 16 when he sneaked into to the newly-released An American Werewolf in London. He tells The Spooky Isles that his exploit resulted in a signed photo and letter of appreciation from the film’s director John Landis
Guest writer HUGH STERBAKOV reveals An American Werewolf in London was his inspiration for writing his first horror novel
Today’s Twitter Talk Spooky Fan was Hugh Sterbakov – a two-time Emmy-nominated writer of TV’s Robot Chicken
Atmospheric with lots of symbolism, The Company of Wolves is thinking person’s horror with cool lycanthrope transformation “from within” scene
Horror comedy mixed to perfection as Landis reinvents werewolf movies and Rick Baker creates monster-making history.