Friday, January 22, 2016

Top Ten Werewolf Movies- Guest Blog Cloaked by T.F. Walsh

Top Ten Werewolf Movies with T.F. Walsh

Thanks for having me on your blogJ

I have always had a fascination with werewolves and I love reading about and watching as many werewolf related stories as I can.  When I'm reviewing critique partner stories or even reviewing my own writing, I often like to curl up on the couch and put a favourite werewolf movie on in the background.  I've watched them so many times, that they no longer distract me and actually serve to block out other distractions.  My 10 favourite movies with werewolves are:

Underworld - I cannot watch this movie enough, Selina may not be a werewolf but she is a wonderful female heroine and the werewolves are just amazing.

Ginger Snaps - I love the unique take on the werewolf curse in this movie and it gives a new meaning to that time of the month.

An American Werewolf in London - It may be a bit camp but I love the detail in the transformation scene, one day I want to travel to Britain and visit the moors.

Dog Soldiers - Another unique take on werewolves, I really enjoy the story in this movie and the realistic action.  Plus, it scares me a lot!

Red Riding Hood - I'll admit it's not a great movie, but the werewolf lore makes the movie tolerable, and I think Gary Oldman is an amazing actor who I can watch over and over in anything.

The Wolf Man - Surprisingly I like both versions of this movie, the Lon Chaney Jr and the Benecio Del Toro movies.  The tragic aspects of both movies always draw me in and captivate me.

The Howling - I think this movie polarises a lot of werewolf movie fans, but I enjoyed is one of those movies I watched over and over growing up.  It is a clever take on werewolves and werewolf packs.

Blood and Chocolate - I enjoyed the book and enjoyed the movie even though they are quite different.  A strong female protagonist and being set in Romania sounds like a good recipe for a great werewolf story.

Silver Bullet - I'm a big fan of Stephen King, which probably explains my soft spot for this movie.  I also enjoy the aspect that who the werewolf is isn't obvious and you have to try to guess as the movie progresses.

Wolfen – And oldie but a goodie. I watched such a long time ago, but it still sticks with me.

Do you have a favorite werewolf movie?

The Wulfkin Legacy Series
T.F. Walsh

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Publisher: Crimson Romance
Date of Publication: Jan 4, 2016

ISBN: 1440596646
ASIN: Coming soon

Number of pages: Coming soon
Word Count:  26,000

Cover Artist: Erin Alexander

Book Description:

Raised by an overly protective wulfkin pack, Daciana leaps at the chance to venture into the human world for her one-year independence ritual. But after someone steals the endangered bear cubs she’s been assigned to protect, she must locate them or lose her job and return home in disgrace. The sexy inspector on the case isn’t making this any easier. He knows nothing of her kind, and wulfkin rules forbid relationships with humans.

Newly divorced Inspector Connell Lonescu trusts no one but himself. He’s convinced relationships are a waste of time and thinks burying himself in work will ease the pain. Yet he’s attracted to the gorgeous and mysterious Daciana, even if there’s something slightly odd about her. Can Connell learn to trust the sexy but secretive woman?

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Cloaked is the prequel to Cloaked in Fur, book 1 in The Wulfkin Legacy Series. Find out how Daciana and Connell fell in love and set in motion the paramount events that forever change their lives and those around them.

Cloaked in Secrecy (Book #2) – March 2016
Cloaked in Blood (Book #3) – May 2016

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Damn bear. Leaving footprints on the outskirts of the forest, winding around the apartment blocks, and scaring locals for the past week. No wonder the cops had threatened to shoot him on sight today.
Sunrise wasn’t far away; neither was my transformation from wolf into human, so I had to hurry. Romania’s morning breeze wove through my fur, and the distinct dried-clover-and-grass scent screamed bear. He was definitely here—always just before dawn.
Not that I should care. Wolves and bears weren’t the best of friends. But I’d seen the way humans made killing us a sport, and I couldn’t stand to see any animal hurt.
Careening around the corner of the building, I halted and silenced my breaths.
Fifteen feet away was a frizzy, brown bottom sticking in the air. The bear that belonged to that butt balanced on the edge of an oversized trash can, head down inside, his scratching and grunting muffled.
A few steps closer, I snarled, the sound vibrating through my chest.
The bear jerked upward, a butter container sitting over his nose. He clacked his teeth and forced an expulsion of air, throwing the container off his face.
I backed up. Yep, this might be a funny moment on television, but not when you were the one facing the six-foot animal standing on hind legs.
He flopped back onto all fours and momentarily gazed back at his trash.
I have no plans to take your garbage. A growl slipped past my throat, and I lowered myself, feigning attack posture. Come on, boy, get out of here before it’s too late. I stalked forward.
He swiped at me with a front paw, huffing.
I jumped back and circled him.
But he lunged suddenly, slapping the concrete ground several feet from me, and stood there, his mouth hanging open. He roared and made a pulsing sound deep in his throat.
Oh, he felt threatened now. Good.
I ran around him in a circle, faster. His claws swatted at me, inches away, but once I was at his back, I leapt closer and nipped his hindquarters.
His bawling echoed, but I hadn’t drawn blood, and it sure as hell was better than a bullet.
The crunch of leaves sounded, followed by footfalls, from around the building behind me.
I flinched and sniffed the air. Humans.
The bear turned and ran away from the trash, from me, from the city, heading toward the forest. I chased after him to make sure he got as far away from here as possible.
He bolted faster, his paws hitting the ground with each pounce.
“The bear. And a fucking wolf?” a disembodied voice boomed from my left.
In the empty grassland between the apartment block and the woods, two police officers with rifles watched us. They were there to hunt the bear and broke into a run in our direction.
Fuck, this was bad. Really bad. I burst into the dense Transylvanian forest behind the bear, trampling foliage and dried twigs. He’d swung right and already put distance between us. He was safe, but what about me?
Heading straight ahead, I sprinted across forest floor, dodging low branches. I glanced behind me. Footfalls resonated, and the two figures raced my way.
Heavy breaths strangled my lungs as I bolted. The ground flew beneath me and fresh pine-scented air splashed over my face, promising escape. Except my heart was attempting to break free from my chest.
A shot was fired, and I scampered faster. Ten pulse-wrenching minutes later, the police were nowhere in sight or smell range. That didn’t mean they couldn’t still be trailing after me.
The first ripples of a transformation into my human form crawled through my back legs. I scrambled up the hill, claws digging into the soil for leverage with each rapid lunge.
Not yet.
My body shuddered, and I stumbled forward, shivering uncontrollably as thousands of tiny bite-like nips swarmed across my flesh. I whimpered, and a long exhale gushed past my lips. The change was happening.

About the Author:

TF Walsh emigrated from Romania to Australia at the age of eight and now lives in a regional city south of Sydney with her husband. Growing up hearing dark fairytales, she's always had a passion for reading and writing horror, paranormal romance, urban fantasy and young adult stories. She balances all the dark with light fluffy stuff like baking and traveling.

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T.F. Walsh said...

Thank you so much for having me on your blog:)