By Bryan Dorr, 22 Apr. 2014 at 09:55 PT
In January we reported on the release of Scream Factory’s special collector edition of Dog Soldier special Blu-ray release expected for this summer.
Bloody Disgusting reported today the special Blu-ray release is now postponed to 2015. According to Bloody Disgusting, a statement from Scream Factory citing “unforeseen issues on clear ownership of the rights.”
Dog Soldiers Blu-ray release was scheduled for August 26.
We hope everything is sorted out and the special collector’s edition is a reality.
By Bryan Dorr, 21 Apr. 2014 at 12:15 PT
Oh, the tales one might find in one’s journal. And, what a story found in one journal belonging to a young woman named “Alice.”
“Werewolves: A Journal of Transformation” takes readers into the life of a high school girl named Alice Carr through her illustrated journal. A pack of wolves attacked and bit her and her brother, Mark. Mark now hangs out with some “creepy” friends. Alice, a vegetarian, now has midnight craving for raw steak. The two join the wolf pack, experience the prey hunting and surviving from being the hunted from the hunters, until Alice realizes the pack mentality becomes darker and more violent that comes with a heavy price. Will there be a cure to reverse the lycanthropy?
“Werewolves” is a thrilling and intense first-person account and illustration about lycanthropy and werewolves. Writer Paul Jessup was brilliant to write “Werewolves” in a way that places readers into Alice’s shoes–and paws. The writing also focuses dominantly on the lore of lycanthropy and the werewolf pack mentality, which is why I like this story even more than other werewolf writings that focuses on angst, romance, and sexuality.
Graphical illustrations speak loudly for themselves. Allyson Haller’s illustrations depicts Alice’s observations in her journal. Some illustrations are tame and some illustrations depict gore.
“Werewolves” is one I recommend for it’s unique first-person perspective on lycanthropy. I know that it’s “written” by a high-school girl, but the best part about it is she really focuses on the “meat,” which is lycanthropy and werewolves lore. This book is widely available in digital, but some hard copies might still be around.
Rating: Four claws out of five.
By Bryan Dorr, 19 Apr. 2014 at 10:59 PT
WolfCop movie is coming out June 6 at Cineplex Cinemas in Canada. So far a kickstarter campaign is underway for a WolfCop action figure.
What else sounds great to merchandise WolfCop?
By Bryan Dorr, 18 Apr. 2014 at 21:56 PT
Computer-generated images (CGI) in movies are like high-fructose corn syrup in food; all artificial. Practical costumes and effects in movies are like cane sugar in food; quite natural.
By Bryan Dorr, 17 Apr. 2014 at 19:03 PT
Some new werewolf films are in the fundraising campaign for development and production. Here are just a couple:
This “Old school kick ass werewolf movie” bound to be “one of the bloodiest films ever made.” Ends May 19, 2014, 7:27 p.m. PDT.
“Autumn Moon” on KickStarter
The newly established Pecosborn Productions’ “no-nonsense” werwewolf horror movie prowling for victims in Los Angeles. Ends May 26, 2014, 11:59 p.m. PT.
“SheWolves” on Indiegogo