New York Times on Lycanthropes

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In case you missed it this weekend, the Times did a great piece in the Arts section chronicling the cinematic history of the werewolf genre. Witty and informative. Notably quotable, in the section of potential weaknesses of Benicio Del Toro’s new flick Wolfman:

…the unlikelihood that adding layers of latex to Mr. Del Toro’s face and putting fang-filled dentures in his mouth will make him more intelligible.

The story also gives ups to Teen Wolf, one of my all time favorite movies. Be sure to check out the online interactive feature, too, which includes videos such as the Teen Wolf trailer:

Um, in the liquor store scene they totally changed the voice over. Just sayin.

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One response to “New York Times on Lycanthropes

  1. wolf in, wolf out

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