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The First What We Do in the Shadows Trailer Introduces the Most Terrifying Monsters of All

Have you ever found yourself having a conversation with an abnormally dull person, and then suddenly realised how physically exhausted you are? FX’s new What We Do in the Shadows series has a name for these beings which are, in fact, demons that more people need to be on the lookout for. Read More >>

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Homeopath Says She Used Dog Rabies Saliva to ‘Cure’ Misbehaving 4-Year-Old, Gets Yelled at by Everyone

A Canadian naturopath is feeling the heat after she published a blog post about treating a young child’s behavioural problems with a homeopathic remedy made from the saliva of a rabid dog. But it’s really only the latest episode to highlight the absurdity of the popular alternative “medicine.” Read More >>

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Amazon Pulls Werewolf Novel Sequel for Surprisingly Non-Werewolf Reasons

Amazon is no stranger to independent publishing drama. But when it pulled books in the past, it at least purported to have some sort of legitimate reason. In the case of High Moor 2: Moonstruck (the story of one werewolf gang's quest to keep its existence hidden and the extreme lengths to which it goes to protect its deadly secret) that reason appears to be... hyphens. Read More >>

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Humans Create Cat Werewolves—and They’re Very Cute and Very Spooky

I have to say I am not a fan of animal breeders and I don't like cats, but these spooky Lycoi cats are something else. A cat that looks like a werewolf and, according to its Tennessee-based breeders, acts like a dog. I have to admit they are quite cute in their freaky ugliness. Read More >>