Rereading Cycle of the werewolf

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muskrat

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If you dig Wrightson werewolves, check out Swamp Thing (original series) #4, 1973. Even creepier, this w.wolf.

Another guy that did great w.wolves, Jack Davis (Mad Magazine, Tales From The Crypt, about a million TV Guide covers).

My favorite movie werewolf? Oliver Reed.

Gotta love Cycle. Hell, love Silver Bullet. A movie that mixes werewolves AND Gary Busey? I'll bring the damn popcorn.
 

Rrty

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Anyone remember an old TV series called Darkroom? If I recall correctly -- and I may be messing this up -- the first episode was about teens concerned about a vampire. But they turned out to be wrong. The man they thought was a vampire wasn't a vampire...he was a...(you know).
 

muskrat

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Anyone remember an old TV series called Darkroom? If I recall correctly -- and I may be messing this up -- the first episode was about teens concerned about a vampire. But they turned out to be wrong. The man they thought was a vampire wasn't a vampire...he was a...(you know).
YES! That was a great show, kinda early-eighties version of Twilight Zone. They did one about a kid's toy soldiers coming to life and killing the kid's dad. I was just a wee lad, about five or six, and that show used to scare the crap out of me.
 
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