‘Werewolf Cat’ to be Included in Portland Cat Show

Cats rarely make the cut to be on a werewolf website. If that one cat is described to looking like a werewolf, then it’s worth mentioning here. I can’t recall of anything being like a “werewolf cat,” except for Rick Baker’s masterpiece in Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”

The 2015 International Cat Show, hosted at the Holiday Inn at Portland Airport (8439 NE Columbia Blvd., Portland, Ore.), is featuring over 250 cats, including Lyoki, the “werewolf cat.” If you want to check it out, it’s running Friday, January 23, to Sunday, January 25.

Admission is $6 plus two cans of food, or $8 without food. The canned food with go to the Oregon Food Bank.

Kansas City, ‘WolfCop’ is Coming to You

It’s great to see the drunk, hairy arm of the law WolfCop is getting around more in the the United States. On January 30, 2015, WolfCop will be showing at the Panic Film Festival in Kansas City, Missouri.

WolfCop is scheduled to start at 9:45 p.m. (local). Tickets are available for purchase online at Panic Film Festival’s website, www.panicfilmfest.com. WolfCop is rated R and runs for 79 minutes. Panic Film Fest runs from January 30 to February 1, 2015.

‘WolfCop’ Blu-Ray, DVD, Digital is ‘Coming for You’ in U.S. and Canada

img_wolfcop-dvdFinally, WolfCop, the movie about a drunk werewolf fuzzy arm of the law, is going for your living room in the U.S. and Canada soon!

WolfCop announced on their Facebook page the U.S. and Canada digital, Blu-Ray, and DVD release is set for March 10, 2015. The Blu-Ray will hit Best Buy stores and the DVDs will be available across the U.S. and Canada on March 10.

WolfCop’s post also says, “Finally, the Blu-Ray will be available in all other markets (including Amazon.com) on May 12!

Xbox Live users will be able to view the digital edition of WolfCop sooner on February 24, 2015. It will be available for other digital channels on March 10.

“We guess all that’s left to say is… ‪#‎ARROOO‬!!!”

And, I agree. AWROOO!

Kiggins Theatre werewolf movie night will include… ‘WolfCop’

img_wolfcop-dvdKiggins Theatre in Vancouver, Washington (not B.C.), broke some exciting news to me via Twitter earlier today that WolfCop will be showing on the weekend of HowlCon.

Kiggins’ Twitter, @KigginsTheatre tweeted, “@PDX_WerewolfUS Don’t tell anyone (ok yes, please do) we are also showing WOLFCOP as part of Howl Con that weekend! wolfcop.com.”

WolfCop, directed by Lowell Dean, and starring Leo Fafard, is about an alcoholic cop, Lou Garou, who becomes a badge-wearing, gun-carrying, alcoholic fuzzy arm of the law.

Last June, I made a trip out of the U.S. to Vancouver, British Columbia, for the sole reason to see WolfCop. I fell in love with the movie for its campy story, the practical effects, and simply because, Wolf Cop.

Kiggins Theatre is doing one WolfCop showing only on Friday, February 6, 2015. Kiggins said in an email they do not have the show time yet, “but somewhere in the 9:00 p.m. range.”

WolfCop does not have a MPAA rating, but expect it to be at least rated R for language, gore, sex, and a good look at some “wolfhood.”

Kiggins Theatre is also showing the 1985 campy werewolf movie, Teen Wolf, starring Michael J. Fox and James Hampton, starting also on Feb. 6th. It is rated PG for language.

(Note: This story was updated Jan. 18, 2015, 09:27 PDT)

‘Wolves’ Unleashes on DVD Jan. 20

If the U.S. President’s State of the Union speech isn’t a thing you want to watch, perhaps how about something more werewolfy?

Wolves (2014), directed by David Hayter, will be released on DVD Tuesday, January 20, 2015. The DVD can be ordered on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble and available for shipment on Jan. 20. It’s not clear right now if the DVD will also be in retail stores or not.

Wolves is also available right now for streaming on Video On Demand (VOD) at Amazon.com, but I think this is one I need to add to my DVD collection.