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XYZ Films' Werewolf Is a Real Party Animal

If you often find yourself itching to see a modern Scandinavian werewolf movie, then you're in luck because such a movie is getting ready to sink its teeth into our collective flesh. Read on for all the details about this Party Animal!

Prowl (DVD)

Starring Courtney Hope, Ruta Gedmintas, Joshua Bowman, Bruce Payne, Saxon Trainor Directed by Patrik Syversen

Trailer Debut - After Dark Originals: Prowl

Time to sink your teeth into a little vampire action, After Dark Originals style! Let's all tap the nearest vein and dig on the trailer debut for Prowl!

After Dark Originals: Patrik Syversen Talks Prowl! Exclusive New Image!

In our ongoing investigation into the After Dark Originals line-up, we were lucky enough to chat with Prowl director Patrik Syversen. The gent had quite a bit to say about the flick, which pits a truckload of young ‘uns against a warehouse full of blood-drinkers! Chris Haberman: What attracted you to the project?

Dread Central Presents: After Dark Originals: Prowl in LA Next Friday!

In LA next Friday and need some shivers to send down your spine? We have got you covered! That's right, kids, we'll be hosting an exclusive screening of one of the After Dark Originals - Prowl! Read on for details.

Bloody New Still From Rogue River

It's been a few months since last we talked about Jourdan McClure's latest horror flick Rogue River starring Bill Moseley, Michelle Page, Michael Rooker, and Lucinda Jenney. With the passage of time, though, come good things, and we've gotten our hands on a bitchin' new still from the flick for you!

Stills and Synopsis for Prowl, an After Dark Originals Film

Earlier this month we learned about After Dark Originals, a new series of horror movies from After Dark Films, in cooperation with Lionsgate and NBC Universal’s Syfy. Now today comes word of which film is first on the slate: creature feature Prowl.

Bill Moseley Swims in Rogue River and Word on Prowl

This scribe caught up with actor and all-around nice guy Bill (The Devil’s Rejects) Moseley, who's adding yet another genre notch to his already prolific career in horror.