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rate this video 5 stars if you think they are awful. A band called "Crimson Tears" attempting to play Lycanthrope by (+44).
12 Nov 2009
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Unable to cope with the tragedies in his life, including the loss of his young daughter, Caleb escapes from his overwhelming misery by retreating to a remote part of Alaska to work. While there, he and a friend are savagely attacked late at night by what Caleb initially believes to be a bear. Soon enough, Caleb realizes that life as he knew it has abruptly come to its end. After a rushed and cruel orientation to a tormented and lonely world that he is now a part of, Caleb reenters society only to learn that he is ill-prepared to exist as a part of it. We follow Caleb as he encounters other werewolves and attempts to balance his fading humanity against an increasingly monstrous part of his nature. Along the way, he crosses paths with those who are driven through malicious intent, as well as those who are as hopelessly lost as he is through their journey. We find in Caleb, a man running from his past and haunted by the demon that resides within him. In the end, Caleb must face the inescapable result of his own ironic tragedy. To learn more or order the book: *******bookstore.xlibris****/Products/SKU-0128408049/Confessions-Of-A-Lycanthrope.aspx
3 Apr 2013
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Negotiated TV Graphics Project. Essentially a Horror Mystery where, A twisted serial killer uses Voodoo to posses the last know Werewolf.
29 Jun 2008
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A low budget monster movie lovers dream, The Mad Monster is a fiendishly absurd killer werewolf film from the early nineteen forties. Not to be missed is George Zucco playing one of the greatest evil-genius-mad-scientists ever to appear in film. Zucco has devised a way to fuse a man and a wolf, the only problem is deciding what to do with it. Should he build an army to create a new militaristic world order, or unleash the bloodthirsty creature on his former scientist friends? Ah, the difficult decisions of the deranged experimenter! Unintentionally funny, intentionally absurd, and continuously entertaining, The Mad Monster is a masterpiece of guilty pleasure freak creature cinema.
21 Oct 2011
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A girl is killed on the way home from the city's hottest subculture nightclub. Burnout detective Alex Taylor is assigned to investigate, but the case soon becomes more complex than expected. The death links to a drug derived from a fungus, Ergot: the real poison behind the Werewolf myth. The club owner tells Alex nothing; but one of the regulars takes Alex under his wing. At first Alex is appalled by this alternative lifestyle, but the more Alex experiences, the more he is seduced. But then more deaths occur, and soon Alex faces a greater dilemma than he ever feared... CAST Alex Taylor: George Calil Club Owner: David Bradley Mara: Riana Husselmann Ishtar: Angela Rauscher Acantha: Simona Brhlikova Yuna: Freya Archard Styx: Staten Eliot Annie Osborne: Suzanne Collins Tessa: Emily Chugg Wolfgang: Alan Convy Troy: Paul Sangam Police Chief: Michael O'Flaherty Huxley: Michael Baughan Dr David Hilton: Michael Instone Helen Lewis: Laura Louis Heather Cunliffe: Tracey Sheldon Hotel Manager: Nicholas Chambers Police Surgeon Redford: Neil Forrester Zoë Verne: Helen Mutch Bouncer: James Furlong Jennifer: Sarina Carr Mark: Steven Cole Jay: Pato Banton Security Guard: Ben Wilson Autopsy Assistant: Michael Toye Bass: Ben Anderson Guitar: Andrew Morris Armed Police! Rojer Weightman, Neil Duffin, Gareth Edwards, Keith Whitehouse Police: David Purslow, Tony Shergill, Lee Stevens Forensics Officers: Kirsty Ford, Mark Pritchett, Kelly Turpin Ambulancemen: Dean Brookes, Paul Weston Squash players: Jonny Harford, Jamie Haycocks CLUB DIS Lucy: Rosie Millen Mena: Susie Millen Dark Child feeder: Matt Sheppard French maid: Donna Parr Prince Of Darkness: Nigel Thomas Absynthea: Fiona Jo Kenny Rebel Red: Robert Bridgewater Rebel's girl: Emily Culley school mistress: Katie Ho schoolgirl: Natalie Downham spanker: Sam Borland Devil girl: Francesca Anderson Angel girl: Kerry Irvine cocktail waiters: D Bennett, David Ramos, Ching Tsang cocktail girls: Stephanie Elliott, Tamsin Hunt, Kelly Jamison patient: Andy Nicol nurse: Michelle Jetzer Mr Shorts: Richard Edwards bunnygirl: Nicola Haffenden bunny hunter: Melvin Williams Monster: Colin Payne dancer: Terri-Ann Spencer Clubbers: Robyn Agnew, Damian Alexander, Steffan Aquarone, Thomas J Barrass, Althea Beckford, Kim Boyce, Rachel Carter, Richard Clarke, Tessa Cole, Donna Coughlan, Matthew Daniels, Gary Denscombe, Joseph Dickinson, June Downing, Sophia V Edwards-Bick, TJ Esubiyi, Natalie Gore, Michelle Havill, Jade Hiscox, Laurie Horsfall, Amirul Hussain, Richard Jaffat, Dan Jennings, David F Jones, Richard Keeling, Sharon Kilhams, Rebecca Lacey, Christopher Leach, Tommi Lewis, Brett Linforth, Sabrina McCooty, Christopher McKee, Jo Mitchell, Damien Morgan, Sean Newman, Tony Pakalniskis, Daniel Reeve, Mike Scully, Naomi Shaw, Will Sirr, Paul Smith, Christopher Thontess, John Thurlow, F Williams, Natalie Wood CREW Produced and Directed by Kevin McDonagh Executive Producer: David Beaumont Assistant Producer: Sarah Rose Production Manager: Rebecca Adams Production Co-ordinators: David S. Stephenson, Marion Pritchett First Assistant Directors: Martin Pullen, Maxwell Smith Second Assistant Director: Sarah Crisp Third Assistant Director; Simon Ghorbani Script Supervisor; Niki Hobson Director of Photography; David Beaumont Assistant A-Camera Operator; Helen Edwards B-Camera Operator; Andrew Parziale Camera Assistants; Philip Wood, Simon Ghorbani, Robert Hodges Gaffer: Mark Rickitt Rigger: Mike Staiger Sound Recordist: Craig Rihoy Boom Operators: James Welsh, Nick Jovanovic, Fraser McFadyen Senior Concept Artist: Chris Clayton Concept Artist (nightclub): Elliott Moran Concept Artist (costume): Leonie Marklew-Barrett Production Designer: Nicola Dietmann Set Dresser: James Lawton Art Department Asssitants: Robert Crosse, James Furlong Wardrobe Supervisor: Katie Young Wardrobe Assistant: Alex Wood Seamstresses: Clare Thymoshynshyn, Leleith Ricketts Jeweller: Natalie O'Conner Hair & Makeup Designer: Caroline Silk Makeup Artist: Natasha Weh Assistant Makeup Artist: Ava Maurer Special Makeup Effects Designer: Stephen Chambers Special Makeup Effects Artist: Andrew Morris-Henshaw Assistant Special Makeup Effects Artists: Kim Boyce, Carol Chambers, Kirsty Ford, Kelly Turpin Drivers: Martin Bowen, Victor Child, Ross Cohen, Robert Crosse, John Hayes, Sean Kelley, Stephen Southgate Runners: James Butterworth, Marcos Eleftheriou, Katie Hardaker, Robert Hodges, Olivia James, Ben Leigh, Tina Matthews, Laura Mead, Oliver Nelson, Jake Thomson Stunt Co-ordinator: Dean Williams Locations Assistant: Cara Saunders Casting Assistant: Jacqui Duffus Editor: David S. Stephenson Additional Editor: David Beaumont Post-production Supervisor: Ed Moore Sound Editor: Ed Borgnis Post-production facilities: Digital Ghost Productions, Fullrange Film Original Score: Raiomond Mirza MUSIC Down Club: Raiomond Mirza Venus & Mars (2005 remix): D Ramirez 8 Bethnal Boys: Raiomond Mirza Ibi Graphic Bed: Raiomond Mirza Backseat: The Unknownn Get It: The Unknownn Devoted: M L Dunn 15 Seconds To 5: The Future The Real Deal (remix): Deep Thong Ward X: The Future I Don't Care: Man In The Cupboard 8 Bit Kid (remix): D Ramirez Cure All: The Unknownn Nocturnal: The Unknownn Publicist: Jacqui Garbett Stills Photographer: Alan G. Mather BTS Documentary: David Nelson Grip & equipment: Capability Events, Cappuccino Studios, Freely Moving Pictures, Midland Radio Link Wardrobe & props: 1st Bondage Blacksmith, M H Colley Ltd, Costumia Birmingham, Cyberdog (UK) Ltd, Top Props Vehicles provided by Central Midlands Ambulance Service, Cops on the Box, Darren Farrier Funeral Directors, GB Vehicle Hire Ltd, MGM Cars, Sutton Motorcycles Filmed on Location in Birmingham, England Adult Book Exchange Adultworld Amsterdam XXX Bambu Barracuda Bournville College Carlton Beckford The Custard Factory Flamingo Club The Fort Gas Street Basin Hotel Du Vin Legs 11 The Jam House Mapei PLC OC's Irish Bar The Oasis Race Farm Properties Radisson SAS Rich Bitch Studios Sanctuary Stonemartin, 1 Victoria Square Tricorn House University of Birmingham The Barber Institute of Fine Arts The Works On-set Catering: Essen, McDonalds Birmingham, Domino's Pizza Edgbaston Facilities & accommodation: Sutton House Hotel, Cape Race, Centenary Plaza, The Cottage Spring, Forge Tavern, The Fox Pub and Carvery, Ivy Bush, Old Royal Pub, Radisson SAS, Ramada Hotel and Resort, Rope Walk, Wychbold Hotel, De Lane Lea Special thanks: Haidée Augusta, Roger Beaumont, Birmingham City Council, Samantha Brown, Ceasars, Balsall Common, Leigh Clarke, Dayle Coe, Alison Doswell, Helen Edwards, Janet Edwards, Keiran Flynn, David Law, James Lawton, Ben Leeke, Brian McDonagh, Mark McDonagh, Pat McDonagh, Tom Nightingale and Galleyboy, Annette Pearson, Matt Sheppard, Danny Sunley, Rowan Thomas, Maureen Waldum, Dean Williams © 2011 Rotunda Films Ltd www.lycanthropymovie**** www.facebook****/lycanthropymovie****/user/rotunda
9 Oct 2011
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Sometimes what happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas. Kitty and Ben flee The City That Never Sleeps, thinking they were finished with the dangers there, but the sadistic cult of lycanthropes and their vampire priestess have laid a curse on Kitty in revenge for her disrupting their rituals. Starting at the next full moon, danger and destruction the form of fire strikes Kitty and the pack of werewolves she's sworn to protect. She enlists the help of a group of TV paranormal investigators - one of whom has real psychic abilities - to help her get to the bottom of the curse that's been laid on her. Rick, the Master vampire of Denver, believes a deeper plot lies behind the curse, and he and Kitty argue about whether or not to accept the help of a professional demon hunter - and vampire - named Roman, who arrives a little too conveniently in the nick of time. Unable to rely on Rick, and unwilling to accept Roman's offer of help for a price, Kitty and her band of allies, including Vegas magician Odysseus Grant and Kitty's own radio audience, mount a trap for the supernatural being behind the curse, a destructive force summoned by the vengeful cult, a supernatural being that none of them ever thought to face.
27 Feb 2009
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Year: 2006. Directed By Len Kabasinski. Starring Lanny Poffo, Darian Caine. Produced By Lisa McQuiston. Written By Len Kabasinski. A young woman, Dakota (Renee Porada) has finally found a way to "control" her Lycanthrope metamorphosis and desires to live a "normal life". All might be well if not for Dakota's "pack", who wants a different life for Dakota... to live in werewolf immortality and hunt with them forever! Dakota attempts to flee to the city and tries to hide from her "pack" and "family".
19 Jun 2009
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*******YourGeekNews**** - Let's preface this review with the fact that Matt is quite possibly one of the biggest werewolf aficionado's on the planet, having watched any and every lycanthropic-film in the last hundred years. And nothing but nothing compares to The Wolf-Man. Except, of course, The Wolfman. Faithful in all the right ways, and yet unafraid to weave a more complex storyline with more extreme Werewolf rampages, an even more foreign origin story, and an ending that will knock your socks off. Yes, that's right, there's a new Wolfman in Blackmoor, Chaney, and he can howl with the best of them. ~Matt + Nat
17 Feb 2010
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