Author Interview, Gothic Fiction, werewolves

Let’s Talk About Werewolves #7: Werewolf Talk with Shawna Reppert

It's been a while since the last Werewolf Talk post, but this one comes with a raffle so is surely worth the wait! Yes you read that right: author Shawna Reppert is offering a free Audible copy of her novel A Hunt by Moonlight to the lucky winner. A Hunt by Moonlight Something more deadly… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Werewolves #7: Werewolf Talk with Shawna Reppert

Author Interview, Book Review, werewolves

Let’s Talk About Wolves #6: Werewolf Talk with Mari Hamill

Werewolves are never far from my mind when I'm writing stories set in Pagham-on-Sea, and while I've had a short hiatus with the Werewolf Talk series, I've still got a fair few werewolf books in my TBR! One of them is Werewolf Nights by Mari Hamill. We connected via Twitter and a Facebook Group (Horror… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Wolves #6: Werewolf Talk with Mari Hamill

TV/Film Review, werewolves

Werewolf Films: 1970-1979 Part III

Horror Comedy In Mexico, the werewolf was still a horror-comedy staple, and two films of 1973 came out to further cement it as a figure of fun that is defeated by Mexican wrestlers and kids. Chabelo Y Pepito Contra Los Monstruos Pelicula (1973) is a family film where two young Boy Scouts go up against… Continue reading Werewolf Films: 1970-1979 Part III

Longread, TV/Film Review, werewolves

Werewolf Films: 1970-1979 Part II

This is the longest section: crime/thriller horror films intended as straight horror, some of which were police procedurals too, and some were based on real life serial killers. I also cover exploitation films here too, but CW for... everything, from on-camera real life rodent torture/death to sexual assault and torment of a disabled person. Links… Continue reading Werewolf Films: 1970-1979 Part II