Wolf like me.


(Youtube Direktwolf, via Dangerous Minds)

Ein Werwolf-Supercut zu TV on the Radios „Wolf like me“. This.

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  1. Binding

    Ja, sehr schön. Aber ich vermisse Szenen aus zwei der besten Werwolf-Filme ever: “Wolfen” und “Die Zeit der Wölfe”. Und dann hätte man auch noch “Wolf” und “Dog Soldiers” nehmen können sowie einige Werwolf-Szenen aus Vampirfilmen wie etwa “Bram Stokers Dracula”, “Fright Night” und “Waxwork”.

  2. Doc Croc

    @Binding: Mir scheint, als ob zumindest von “Wolf”, “Wolfen” und “Dog Soldiers” einige Szenen vorkamen…

  3. Doughnut

    Solange “Das Tier” und “American Werewolf” dabei sind, und das sind sie, geht die Liste für mich in Ordnung. :)

  4. Doughnut

    demnächst im Kino:
    Il Capitano Mexicano
    von Robert Rodriguez
    garantiert noch grüner als die grüne Leuchte

    als Gegenspielerin mit dabei: Sarah Palin, die vom Capitano in ein Pökelfass geschubst wurde, das jedoch bedauerlicherweise irgendwie überlebt hat und nun in einem Interview in den FOX-News ewige Rache schwört … und die Abschiebung aller mexikanischen Dienstmädchen

    des weiteren in den Startlöchern:
    Kapitän Deutschland, mit Michael Ballack in der Hauptrolle und Jogi Löw als dämonischem Erzbösewicht.

  5. Doughnut

    Müst, falsches Fenster, falscher Artikel (Kopf an die Wand hau)

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