March is for Draculas begins with The Vampyre by Dr. John Polidori. Bleh bleh bleh!
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What’s up next week? More DRACULAS!
We happily tramp through The Camp of the Dog by Algernon Blackwood – our conclusion to Werewolf History Month 2014.
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Next week: MARCH IS FOR DRACULAS
We’ll be kicking off a month of bloodsucker lore with The Vampyre by Dr. John Polidori. Bleh bleh bleh!!!
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Where did Lackey get all this German folklore? Here are the goods!
Remember the Groovie Goolies? Lackey does and it’s far more terrifying than he could possibly remember.
R. Chetwynd-Hayes loves his vampires and werewolves. Especially when they love each other.
Lackey’s top 10 Werewolf movies
10. Underworld (2003)
9. Wolfen (1981)
8. The Wolfman (1941)
7. Wolf (1994)
6. Gingersnaps (2000)
5. Dog Soldiers (2002)
4. Silver Bullet (1985)
3. The Howling (1981)
2. The Company of Wolves (1984)
1. An American Werewolf in London (1981)