"He's a werewolf 29 days a month. And then there's a full moon, he turns into a human and you could talk to him."
"Underworld: Blood Wars" is the fifth installment in the "Underworld" series of movies. The series concerns the battles between
The language and characters intertwined with the fantasy world we have imagined has come as second nature for those of us who read stories of magic. Listed below are the magical creatures and the first time they made an appearance in literature.
On any given day you can find Maggie Stiefvater doing something different from the day before. 'I think a big part of being me is nothing is ever typical," she says. "You can me find working on a hobby, writing, driving my car some place fast or surrounded by my goats... Everyday is different.'
In honor of Pride month, I thought I'd write a post on my favorite fiction focused on gay characters. I primarily listen to and read urban fantasy/paranormal romance, though I sometimes read regular gay romance.
For starters, I have no interest in the supernatural and paranormal -- mostly because I don't believe in it. (Of course, that's the perfect set-up for a horror story.) I've never had a paranormal experience, though I'm sure there are people who believe they have.
2. The idea that lycanthropy is transmitted from the bite of another werewolf is a fairly recent popular culture concept
Actress Laura Vandervoort is a werewolf in the upcoming 13-episode Space series "Bitten." You also know her as Supergirl from "Smallville," the alien lizard Lisa from "V" and now she's voicing the animated character, Blue Fox.
To say that Evil Dead is a film for a specific audience is an understatement. If things like dismemberment and self-mutilation make you queasy -- as they would any normal person -- then you probably shouldn't even visit the same multiplex where this film is showing.
Rare Syndromes Imitate Werewolves, Bodysnatchers, Zombies: Happy Halloween From Talk Nerdy To Me! (VIDEO)
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HuffPost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria presents a Halloween special about diseases that imitate zombies, werewolves, and bodysnatchers.
A considerable body of scholarly work seeks to explain what might have created the folklore of the vampire or Nosferatu -- a name that comes from the Greek nosophoros, or plague-carrier.