Saturday, October 23, 2010

31 Days of Lycanthropy!

Tenlist Presents: Werewolves? Here Wolves!

Even a man who is pure of heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfsbane blooms, and the autumn moon is bright...

Remember...tonight's the full moon...


Lon Chaney Jr - The Wolf Man  (1941)


Paul Naschy - Night of the Werewolf (1981)


Henry Hull - Werewolf of London (1935)


Oliver Reed - Curse of the Werewolf (1960)

Michael Landon - I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)


Robert Picardo - The Howling (1981)


David Naughton - An American Werewolf in London (1981)


Steven Ritch - The Werewolf (1956)


Emily Perkins - Ginger Snaps (2000)


Dean Stockwell - The Werewolf of Washington (1973)

And there you have it! Yes, I know a couple of those listed above may have been replaced post transformation by animatronic critters, but you can't credit "Giant Pile of Rubber and Cables," can you?

Til next time, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

1 comment:

  1. The werewolf was always my favorite monster. I think I liked him because he was often portrayed as a more complex character.

    Vampires were pure Eeee-vil, but more often than not, the woolly buggers fought the change, lived in fear, tried to hide their problem, and wanted someone to save them from themselves.

    Much like people hooked on reality TV.

    The wolfman was a victim as well as a villain, and even in his zany appearances (Abbott & Costello), we weren't allowed to forget that. Pretty nifty monster, that.