Throughout European culture there has always been an obsession with dogs and wolves. And let’s be real,dogs are nothing but domesticated wolves. There have been countless films about werewolves. Too many to name to be honest. But here’s a short list of some of the more popular ones.
American Werewolf in London(1981) was a big horror film. It made over $60 million,which was a lot of money at the time.
The Twilight films(2008-2012) were a huge success with mostly teenage white girls. They were made popular by the book series by author Stephanie Meyer. The films were romance fantasies there wee a box office success. Making over $700 million worldwide. Much like the horror film Underworld(2003) they both had werewolves and vampires fighting each other. It got me to thinking that maybe there’s a messag
e in these films. We all know that Jews are the blood suckers in the black community. So do the Jews represent vampires and the wolves represent the white race?? Hmmmmmm….some food for thought.
There’s even a popular British sitcom called raised by Wolves(2013). That’s a very strange name for a sitcom. But there are quite a few pics all over the internet that celebrate this idea of “canines being family”.
Do you find any of this strange? What do you think?
And of course only racist Hollywood could come up with a film like White Dog(1982). A dog trained to attack and kill black people! Is this crazy or what?! I’m sure this was a feel-good movie back in 1982. I have an idea. How about a film called Black Panther with a panther that only attacks white people. I wonder if Hollywood would ever do a film like that. I think you know the answer.
Back in 1977 there was the television drama Lucan. A show a bout a young child raised by wolves. This is nothing but the Romulus and Remus story I mentioned in part one. They keep telling this story over and over again. And the name Lucan is a play off the word Lycan.
In 1983 there was the action adventure series Manimal. It was about a shape-shifting man who could transform anto any animal. In the video clip(above) he changes into a panther.