... serving all your werewolf movie needs since 2004! Here you will find a large database of a few hundred movies and television shows, as well as articles, reviews and a friendly community of werewolf movie fans.
If you're looking for something in particular you can try the search bar on the left, or simply browse the database alphabetically or chronologically. Don't hesitate to send in your reviews if you've seen a good werewolf movie lately - just find the movie or TV show you're looking for and follow the link.
Also be sure to check out our forum if you have any questions or comments.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 12 : An American Werewolf"
Sunday 2nd March, 2014
This one is a bit delayed due to some uploading issues, but perhaps new reviews of The Monster Club (1980) (not featured in the episode due to having very little werewolf content), Full Moon High (1981) and Cazador de Demonios (1983) will make up for that.
A review of Alice Cooper's Leviatan (1984) is also forthcoming.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 11 : The Howling Saga"
Saturday 22nd February, 2014
So this one arrives a day late, but to make up for that it is at least a special extended episode taking us through the whole Howling saga, from the original movie and through the other seven which claim, for some reason, to be part of the same series.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 10 : Legends of the Werewolf"
Friday 14th February, 2014
What better way to spend Valentine's Day than to watch a bunch of clips from 1970s werewolf movies? There's plenty of romance to be found here in this episode of course, whether it's an Argentinian lad named Nazareno Cruz whose love causes him to become a wolf, or a vacation romance in Hawaii tainted only by a little bit of murderous lycanthropy.
There are also brand new reviews for Scream of the Wolf (1974), Werewolf of Woodstock (1975), La Lupa Mannara (1976), Nazareno Cruz y el Lobo (1976) and Death Moon (1978). The 1970s section of the site is looking a lot more filled out now!
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 9 : These Beasts Must Die!"
Friday 7th February, 2014
From the strange to the sublime, the early seventies were certainly not a dull period for werewolf movies, as we discover in this episode of our ongoing series.
"The Boy Who Cried Supernatural!"
Thursday 6th February, 2014
Our latest classic werewolf movie review is for the 1973 horror film The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, which turned out to be quite a pleasant surprise. Last week's episode of Supernatural also featured the return of werewolves after a seven-year absence from the show, so I have uploaded a review of that episode.
"I, Frankenstein and Some New Reviews"
Saturday 1st February, 2014
I, Frankenstein has now been released across a number of countries and so it has been added to our main database. If you have seen the movie please feel free to submit a review of it.
In preparation for our next "100 Years of Werewolf Movies" episode, there are also a few new reviews for movies from the 70s, including Werewolves on Wheels (1971), The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here! (1972) (sort of) and Santo Contra las Lobas (1972).
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 8 : The Waldemar Daninsky Saga (2)"
Friday 31st January, 2014
The second of our two episodes on The Waldemar Daninsky Saga, featuring the rest of the movies in the series from the mid 70s up to 2003.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 7 : The Waldemar Daninsky Saga (1)"
Friday 24th January, 2014
The first of two episodes focusing on The Waldemar Daninsky Saga, a series of Spanish horror movies starring Paul Naschy (real name Jacinto Molina). This epic saga spans from 1968 to 2003, featuring twelve movies along the way.
Wednesday 22nd January, 2014
Since the next couple of episodes of our "100 Years of Werewolf Movies" series will focus on the Waldemar Daninsky saga, I thought I should finally get round to reviewing the two movies in that series which I hadn't done yet. They are La Maldicion de la Bestia (1975) and Tomb of the Werewolf (2003).
And, of course, you can refresh your memory on the whole series by taking a look at our article on The Waldemar Daninsky Saga.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 6 : Horrors!"
Friday 17th January, 2014
Episode six of our history of werewolf movies is here, taking us up to the start of the seventies. There also new reviews for some of the movies featured, including La Loba (1965), Beast of the Yellow Night (1971) and El Bosque del Lobo (1971).
Monday 13th January, 2014
The TV adaptation of Kelly Armstrong's Bitten has now started airing, and I have uploaded my thoughts on the first episode, with screencaps to follow after episode two.
There have been some updates in the upcoming movies section. A reminder that "I, Frankenstein" comes out next week, a movie partly produced by the "Underworld" team which promises to pit Frankenstein's creature against many monsters of legend including werewolves.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 5 : Curses!"
Friday 10th January, 2014
The early sixties saw a slight resurgence of interest in werewolf stories, with Hammer Studio's "Curse of the Werewolf" finding some success, while foreign studios also produced a fair amount of werewolf-related content.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 4 : I Was A 50s Werewolf!"
Friday 3rd January, 2014
We arrive in the 1950s today for the fourth installment of our history of werewolf movies. Not the most productive decade for the genre, but there are certainly a couple of gems in there!
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 3 : Meanwhile ..."
Monday 30th December, 2013
A couple of days late due to the usual Christmas chaos, here is the third episode of our complete history of werewolf movies, featuring all of the non-Universal werewolf movies of the 1940s.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 2 : Universal Studios."
Friday 20th December, 2013
In this week's episode, we run through all of the werewolf movies which Universal Studios released during the 1940s, which was a very good period for lycanthropes on the silver screen.
Next week's episode will focus on all of the knock-offs, B-movies and foreign films which were released around that time.
"Obscure movie reviews ..."
Thursday 19th December, 2013
A couple of old movie reviews for this week. Firstly, a review of Reg Park's Italian epic Ursus, il terrore dei kirghisi, which features an evil sorceress who can change men into werewolves to serve her nefarious needs.
Then we have Ye ban ren lang, the earliest Asian werewolf movie I am aware of.
"100 Years of Werewolf Movies Part 1 : The Early Years."
Friday 13th December, 2013
I announced a few weeks ago that we would be doing something special to mark the 100 year anniversary of the first ever werewolf movie, Henry MacRae's "The Werewolf", which was released on December 13th, 1913.
Well, the time is finally here! I present to you the first in a series of videos which will carry you through the history of werewolf movies from 1913 up until the present day, complete with movie clips and trivia. There aren't many clips in this first episode - since most of these early movies are now lost - but there will be many more in future episodes, which will be posted every Friday.
"La Casa del Terror."
Wednesday 4th December, 2013
Something special for you this evening ... a review and some screenshots from La Casa del Terror (1960), which was the very last time that Lon Chaney Jr ever portrayed a werewolf in a film.
"Castle of Monsters."
Monday 2nd December, 2013
Today's review is El Castillo de los Monstrous (1958), a horror comedy which is possibly the first ever Mexican movie to feature a werewolf (albeit only in a small role). It is currently available on DVD, in a double bill with "Conquistador de la Luna."
"More classic movies ..."
Tuesday 26th November, 2013
A couple more classic movie reviews for you today! As it turns out, Gehetzte Menschen (1932) is not a werewolf movie in any way, but it is of some historical interest due to possibly being the only surviving adaptation of Alfred Machard's novel "Le Loup Garou."
The other movie to be reviewed is Edgar G. Ulmer's Daughter of Dr. Jekyll (1957), which is a very interesting B-movie with a new lycanthropic twist on the Dr Jekyll story.
"Some classic movie updates."
Tuesday 19th November, 2013
What with the full moon and all, I have been feeling strangely productive! You'll notice that every movie in the 1940s section has now been reviewed, including Le Loup des Malveneur, Idle Roomers and The Cry of the Werewolf.
There have also been some updates to the pre-1940 section, including a few corrections and some new images.
"Something is coming ..."
Wednesday 13th November, 2013
So we are exactly one month away from it being December 13th, 2013. Does that date mean anything to you? Probably not. But in the context of this website, it's extremely important.
Henry MacRae's long-lost movie "The Werewolf" is generally credited as being the first werewolf movie ever made. It was released on December 13th, 1913, so this year will mark its one hundred year anniversary and also the end of our first century of werewolf cinema.
A month from now, Werewolf-Movies.com will start releasing something special to celebrate this occasion. Right now it could take the form of anything from a series of articles to a podcast. What is certain is that it will be different from anything we have ever done before. So once again, watch this space!
Thursday 31st October, 2013
Have a great Halloween!
"End of the Road."
Monday 28th October, 2013
J. Spencer has contacted me about a new werewolf movie seeking funding over at Project Kickstarter from Unmanned Media. The film is called "End of the Road", and I think you'll find their video teaser to be quite interesting.
More website updates coming this Halloween!
"City of Bones."
Saturday 24th August, 2013
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is in cinemas now, so please do go ahead and send in a review if you've been to see it. It's worth noting that this is in fact our first major werewolf movie of 2013, approaching the final third of the year - and here they are only supporting players.
Where have all the lycanthropes gone, I wonder?
"Teen Wolf Season One."
Sunday 4th August, 2013
The episode guide for season one of Teen Wolf is now finished, with reviews and ratings of each episode along with about fifty screen-caps in total. Now I'll turn my attention to some of the other new shows, but keep an eye out for more Teen Wolf content in the future.
There have also been a bunch of new episodes in the Skyrim Character Journal, which is now coming towards completion as well.
"Lobos de Arga."
Friday 26th July, 2013
Today's update is a review of Spanish horror/comedy Lobos de Arga, also known as "Game of Werewolves" or "Attack of the Werewolves."
This might actually be one of the best werewolf movies of recent years, so I recommend you check it out if you get the chance.