Werewolf Wednesday…Werewolf family from Sims 3 Supernatural, Silver Bullet celebration, sales art for Wolves, Newcastle Werewolf review

Tech Guru just described Supernatural as this: Two guys driving around in a muscle car doing stupid shit. I can’t stop laughing.

GamerSyndrome.com has screenshots of Sims 3 Supernatural, and one of them is of the most adorable werewolf family EVER! Even the little teddy bear appears to have become a werewolf. It’s definitely time to get a copy of it. WEREWOLF FAMILIES FOR THE WIN!

Fascination with Fear did a Friday Flashback about Silver Bullet to celebrate the blue moon. It has an awesome image of the one sheet that I’ve never seen before and want a copy of for my office, and discusses some of the most fun parts of a movie I love.

Dread Central.com is not impressed with the first sales art for Wolves. I really like it, though. It is simple, but has two of my favorite werewolf story visuals, thick fog and pine trees. (I don’t think I realized that Jason Momoa is one of the actors, and I’m thrilled. Wicked hot.)

Bigger synopsis than I remember seeing, too: Cayden Richards, 18, has it all: captain of the high school football team, straight-A student, gorgeous girlfriend. But when he wakes one dark night to find his parents brutally murdered, he is horrified to realize that he is turning into an animal… a wild, savage wolf. Panicked, Cayden runs, determined to find out what is happening to him. His quest leads him to the strange, isolated town of Lupine Ridge, where two clans of wolves are on the brink of war. The opposing clans are lead by Connor, the powerful, pure-blood alpha of a savage pack, and John Tollerman, an old farmer, committed to protecting the human citizens of Lupine Ridge. But when Cayden falls for Angelina, the beautiful, young mate promised to Connor, a battle to the death is inevitable. And as the past begins to reveal itself, Cayden’s place in the world becomes clearer, as does his power to put an end to the savage violence building up around and within him.

Bangstyle.com has a review of Newcastle Werewolf. (Which I still have been unable to find, get with it, Tech Guru and other sources!)

Excerpt: After two 12 oz attempts at it, I’ve come to the firm conclusion that Newcastle has actually found a recipe for one of the better season blends. While many breweries go for the pumpkin-spiced route of the fall season, Newcastle has gone the Red Ale route. Always a brewery that doesn’t go with the trend (especially for a major brewer), their Werewolf sets itself apart in its ability to taste just like Newcastle classic (brown ale) with an added kick that’s subtler than most. You’ll find that the aftertaste is barely there and that the beer’s taste, while not complex, is full-bodied and distinguishable from the majority of breweries that are far too liberal with pumpkin-themed beer.

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