What Makes a Great Werewolf?…


Date: October 21, 2021

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“I wanted to explore what makes a great Werewolf (which happens to be my favourite movie monster). So sit back, relax, and beware the moon…

Films included in order of appearance:
Werewolf of London
Late Phases
Bad Moon
Curse of the Werewolf
Let the Right One In
Dawn of the Dead
The Wolf Man
Monster Squad
Scooby Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf
Trick ‘R’ Treat
Dog Soldiers
Werewolf: The Beast Among Us
American Werewolf in London
Zombie Flesh Eaters
The Howling
Red Riding Hood
Teen Wolf
The Wolfman
Hemlock Grove
Ginger Snaps 2
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Ginger Snaps
Silver Bullet
Van Helsing
Underworld: Awakening
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans
The Company of Wolves
The Twilight Saga: New Moon
Abbot & Costello Meet Frankenstein
The Howling Reborn”


3 thoughts on “What Makes a Great Werewolf?…

  1. Nada

    Wolfen scared the shit out of me as a kid! Let the Right One In is relevant to us – the book is much more graphic than the film though.

    BTW, you might enjoy the Critical Drinker channel:
    “I drink and I say things. I’m here to deliver reviews, breakdowns and analysis on modern entertainment media. Expect a healthy dose of sarcasm, biting criticism and low-functioning alcoholism.”


    1. eqfoundation Post author

      Oh yes…I’m familiar with The Critical Drinker…In fact, I think I recently shared one of his videos here…

      I love his closing line…”Go away now!” 🙂

      I might feature him more in the future…but I usually try to stick with larger channels [and taking a second look, I suppose he’s plenty large enough], because the smaller channels have a tendency to pull their videos, and get weirded out when they discover I’ve shared their media here…in light of who I am…and especially if they encounter my more raw and explicit comments about “pedophilia”, or how “pedophiles” are maltreated…and the like.

      Re: Wolfen…That movie has a sort of special place in my mind…sort of like Ghost Story…I love that style of horror movie…but these were never the scariest horror movies, in my experience.

      I was just a young teen [maybe fifteen] when I first saw them…and I think the general carefree nature of life at the time rubbed off onto them.

      The original A Nightmare on Elm Street freaked me out, the first time I saw it…as did The Exorcist…and Day of the Dead was sincerely shocking.

      Curiously…there aren’t that many horror movies I can say, legitimately freaked me out when I first watched them.

      I suppose…I do have a memory of watching City of the Dead, when I was rather young…That always kind of stuck with me…but I’d place much more weight on my tendency to watch Night Gallery as a kid, than the rare scary movie I happened across…I found that series deliciously creepy.

      As a side…yewtu.be ceased working for me tonight, sometime after I got done watching the first video you shared. There seems to be some technical difficulties going on.

      1. Nada

        I was thinking yewtu.be could be used for links and subscriptions, to avoid causing panic for the channel owners and hand over more data to Youtube. I guess it was down due to software updates.

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