Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Old Time Radio Researchers Group - Dark Fantasy


Dark Fantasy was a short series with tales of the weird, adventures of the supernatural, created for you by Scott Bishop. The series aired as a horror drama on NBC between 1941 and 1942.

Dark Fantasy was a series dedicated to dealings with the unknown. Originating from radio station WKY, Oklahoma City, it was written by Scott Bishop (of Mysterious Traveler and The Sealed Book fame) and was heard Fridays over stations. Tom Paxton served as announcer. The shows covered horror, science fiction and murder mysteries. Although a short series, the shows are excellent with some stories way ahead of their time. The following is a news promo promoting the show:

Every since Lights Out went out several years ago, fans of the fiendish have been clamoring for more good old goose-pimple horror drama on the air. Now they have it. One of the programs that currently freezes the airwaves with its chilling stories is Dark Fantasy comparatively new to the networks. In the late hours of Friday nights these shivery, shocking stories go out over NBC - right straight from Oklahoma City, which you might not have thought of as headquarters for haunts. Station WKY is the home of the Dark Fantasy plays, and the writer is Scott Bishop, who lives in the midst of mystery and the supernatural, represented by the innurnerable volumes of thriller fiction, fantasy lore and all kinds of horror literature that fill his home andhis office. Bishop has long contributed to network broadcasting and to magazines. He says, "Give the listener enough material to let his imagination go to work, and he'll supply his own goose-pimples."

1 The Man Who Came Back
2 The Thing From The Sea
3 The Demon Tree
4 Men Call Me Mad
5 The House Of Bread
6 Resolution, 1841
7 Curse Of The Neanderthal
8 Debt From The Past
9 The Headless Dead
10 Death Is A Savage Diety
11 The Sea Phantom
12 W Is For Werewolf
13 A Delicate Case Of Murder
14 Spawn Of The Sub Human
15 The Man With The Scarlet Schchel
16 Superstition Be Hanged
17 Pennsylvania Turnpike
18 Convoy For Atlantis (damaged)
19 The Thing From The Darkness
20 The Edge Of The Shadow
21 The Letter From Yesterday
22 The Cup Of Gold
23 Funeral Arrangements Completed
24 Dead Hands Reaching
25 Rendezvous With Satan
26 I Am Your Brother

[Esc.] Laboratory + The Threshold - PeopleThe Tales From the Dead Sun Remixes

The Threshold People – “The Pit” (from Night of the Threshold People)

01. The Pit (full of snakes pt. I_RMX) by [off:error]
02. The Pit (full of snakes pt. II_RMX) by [off:error]
03. The Pit (full of snakes pt. III_RMX) by [off:error]
04. The Pit (pendulum pt. I_RMX) by [interrupt:Jumper]
05. The Pit (pendulum pt. II_RMX) by [interrupt:Jumper]

The Threshold People - "Deja Vu" (from Seven Legs from an Eight-Legged Beast)

01. Deja Vu (kHz Munster_RMX) by [G.umbatz M.onev`s G.reen E.lecktrode]
02. Deja Vu (caustic_RMX) by [ur:neon:ono]
03. Deja Vu (it rains on doomsday_RMX) by [revolting:Robotniks]
04. Deja Vu (last life got crushed_RMX) by [revolting:Robotniks]

The Threshold People - "The Werewolf`s Cure" (from Seven Legs from an Eight-Legged Beast)

01. Werwolf`s Cure (better off dead_RMX) by [Yahuy-Che-Kabah]
02. Werwolf`s Cure (silver touched_RMX) by [Yahuy-Che-Kabah]
03. Werwolf`s Cure (the curse is better than the cure_RMX) by [Throatwobbler:Manegrove]
04. Werwolf`s Cure (cured by blood) by [revolting:Robotniks]
05. Werwolf`s Cure (cured by flesh) by [revolting:Robotniks]

All additional manipulations made by
Doc. AtmosfearCrush


Lycanthrope Legions of Noise

Members of CHIMORA, A FASHIONABLE DISEASE and FAG PRIEST. Lycanthropic brutal noise recorded on tape made with synths, glitched electronics, heavily processed vocals, etc.

Frankenstein's Bloody Terror - trailer

Preview of a film with a deceptive title. Frankenstien's monster is nowhere to be found but it does feature Paul Naschy as the Wolfman.

Origami Robotikii - Bubastis ii

1 -01- Gaupe i (How to kill a Werewolf)
2 -02- Gaupe ii
3 -03- South of Heaven
4 -04 - Mystos the mock and victim of the headless wall (count of mountsplash opus 4 5)

Origami Robotikii - Bubastis ii
written & performed by Origami robotikii, jul/aug 2009; recorded at sons of tid, Chile.

(originally named "How to kill a werewolf", and later named "Bubastis",
short album; written, performed, recorded and accidentally deleted.
We trust in consequences.
it wont be mourn but celebrated.
Back to the matter of imagery!

"Bubastis ii", an elusive, ghost-like record,
its magical appearance can unfold itself to those who stop
and listen to the obscured by time and space, or completely lost to the world.
in here, Origami Robotikii is "the bringer",
therefore associated with divination and clairvoyance;
and only by respecting its behavior and listening carefully may one begin to receive an answer.

indeed, Origami Robotikii, have large eyes, and a keen sense of hearing which enables them to boon and bane.
this late one bringing us closer to the nature we all beset under.
this gemstone will keep all foul Omens away.

(Bubastis, temple city of the cats)

(Gaupe or Lynx, relative to the house cat, though shorter in Tail)

(1) Gaupe i; "How to kill a Werewolf"

"Mocking bird falling from the Sky, Mocking bird falling to the ground, burning in the ground into fiery wheel"

(2) Gaupe ii

"I raygn over you,
in power exhalted,
and bewtified with the fire of ballance;
in the mydst of your palace.
I raygn among you Suns and Moons; my hands are Rods
and my knowledge is an Ark to your Palm chamber.
the Stone is not but in the Mind;
for i am it, Builder and strong seething"

(3) South of Heaven (Slayer Ambient revisited cover)

"An unforseen future
nestled somewhere in time.
victims no warnings, no signs.
judgement day!
before you the light dies."

Corecontax - Psycorelics (Sociopath Recordings)


01.Incode Outcode (3:31)
02.ErrorEroder (3:05)
03.R.I.P. Timmy (2:00)
04.Rising Flame (2:25)
05.Wasteland Radio (3:10)
06.Living Concrete Jungle (3:34)
07.I Think Im Turning Into A Werewolf (3:34)
08.Grave Hacker (4:04)
09.Illogicaly Logikal (2:31)
10.Dissocial Manipulation Diagnosis (2:49)
11.I Make The Machines (3:18)
12.Maxine (3:22)

Narcotic Noise - 2009 - Fullmoon Hypnosis

1 01 enTrance
2 02 Cycle of Lunacy
3 03 Noctambulant
4 04 Drowning in Pale Light
5 05 Food for the Moon
6 06 Midnight Rites
7 07 The Night of the Werewolf
8 08 Pondering Suicide
9 09 When Moon Became as Blood
10 10 Horrors of the Unconscious Mind
11 11 The Sleeper Must Not Awaken
12 12 Narcotization
Fifth album of Narcotic Noise explores using different types of rhythms in dark ambient music. Should be played around midnight during a full moon. If you get hypnotized, shift consciousness, fall into a coma, appear on the Moon or go insane, you've done it right. Side effects may include getting abducted by aliens. If that happens, send them to http://hauntedklinik.xtreemhost.com and make them download some albums. That will give them a headache and they will let you go.

Jeff Ryan - The Waning Gibbous

David knew the craters of the moon visible to the naked eye; he also knew the ones he could only see with the eyes of the wolf. David spent his weeks in a psychiatric institute, his heavy beard growing full and thick, curly hair sprouting from all the places men did not want hair. Then those three days a month when the moon was full rolled by. The other residents grew insaner, unbalanced by the lunational pull on their brains. The schizophrenics were the worst: they saved up crazy for weeks to parade it in front of that full moon. But David, a werewolf, did not. No, the werewolf curse was that werewolves only had three days a month when they weren’t barking mad. Starting on that waxing gibbous moon, David’s head cleared of the cheesecloth that obscured its lens. He saw and heard the same things the orderlies and custodians did. David’s first act, looking into the mirror and seeing a sasquatch staring back, was to shave himself bald from head to toe. It took two hours of work with a safety razor, which he was allowed beginning on that waxing gibbous. Then, clean-pated and as unlycanthropic as possible, David lived. The werewolf watched good films and read good books, caught up on the world and contacted friends and family members. Some moons he would not sleep at all, since the sane moments were too rich to waste with rest. After three days, the waning gibbous moon would lose hold over his brain, and the cloud of dementia would return. Within a day David had a crewcut all over. Within two days he required restraints when given food and meds. Within a week he was feral as a lobo all over again.

Sean Ryan - In Sickness and in Health

In Sickness and in Health
Hristo accepted the fact that his wife Nadia was a werewolf. He could have married a woman who was not a werewolf, but life was more adventurous this way. For a few predetermined days out of every month, she was not herself. She growled, she snapped, she seemed determine to ruin Hristo's life. After that it was back to normal, the Nadia he knew and loved. Their marriage quickly fell into a good routine. For 25 days in a row, Nadia was perfect, herself. And then for three days she went in the cage. It was a cage made for a large dog, in a corner of the cellar, and Nadia could fit in it if she stooped down. Nadia handed her clothes out through the grate, Hristo gave her three days' worth of water and dog food, locked the strong padlock, and left her to howl at the moon. Three days later, Hristo undid the padlock, helped the now-bruised Nadia out of the cage, slipped a robe around her shoulders, and made sure he had a nice meal waiting for her up in the kitchen. Hristo would fill Nadia in on what had happened in the world in the past three days. Some time during the meal Nadia would always try to convince Hristo that she was not a werewolf, that it was just PMS which gave her mood swings. And Hristo would always answer that life was more adventurous this way.

Wolf Blood (1925)

The oldest remaining werewolf movie. A silent feature.

Dick Bannister is the new field boss of the Ford Logging Company, a Canadian logging-crew during a time when conflicts with the powerful Consolidated Lumber Company, a bitter rival company, have turned bloody, like a private war. His boss, Miss Edith Ford, comes to inspect the lumberjack camp, bringing her doctor fiancé with her. Dick is attacked by his rivals and left for dead. His loss of blood is so great that he needs a transfusion, but no human will volunteer, so the surgeon uses a wolf as a source of the blood. Afterwards, Dick begins having dreams where he runs with a pack of phantom wolves, and the rival loggers get killed by wolves. Soon, these facts have spread through the camp and most of the lumberjacks decide that Dick is a werewolf.

Lycanthrope Legions of Noise "daemonium lupum"

1 1-Ani Waya
2 2-Vulkodlak
3 3-melancholia canina
4 4- Sacrificial Eating of Human Flesh
5 5-daemonium lupum

Lycanthrope Legions of Noise- "WInter Moon Eclipse"

Moon Of The Wolf

After several locals are viciously murdered, a Louisiana sheriff (David Janssen) starts to suspect he may be dealing with a werewolf.

Curse Of The Devil Trailer

trailer for a Paul Naschy werewolf movie.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Werewolf Jerusalem @ No Fun Fest 2008

Excerpt of the Werewolf Jerusalem set at No Fun Fest 2008 at the Knitting Factory in NYC.


Ivan Chew - I am a Werewolf

Curse of the Werewolf - trailer

Preview to the classic Hammer film with Oliver Reed.

Clemence Housman - The Were-Wolf

In the depths of a medieval winter, a Norse household is torn apart by uncanny events.

Clemence Housman was a gifted writer and illustrator whose talents have become overshadowed by those of her brothers, Lawrence and A.E. Housman. Book written in 1893

Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory (1962)

The new science teacher Dr. Julian Olcott (Carl Schell) with a mysterious past arrives in an institutional boarding school for troublemaker girls. Along the night, the intern Mary Smith (Mary McNeeran), who is blackmailing another teacher - Sir Alfred Whiteman (Maurice Marsac) - with some love letters, is slaughtered by a werewolf. The detective in charge of the investigation attributes the crime to a wolf, while her mate Priscilla (Barbara Lass) believes she was killed by Sir Alfred. On the next days, other deaths happen in the school, reducing the list of suspects.

Werewolf of Washington (1973)

A reporter who has had an affair with the daughter of the U.S. President is sent to Hungary. There he is bitten by a werewolf, and then gets transferred back to Washington, where he gets a job as press assistant to the President. Then bodies start turning up in D.C.

Weird Circle - The Werewolf

Kathy DeBarr - The Premenstrual Werewolf

Mythrotica - werewolves Stephanie Petite shewolf Transform preview

The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here!

The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here! The Mooney family has a dark and terrible secret and it will be revealed upon the return of the youngest daughter, Diana, and her new husband, Gerald. Also, Dr. Horatio Monster takes over the hosting duties for this episode while Lint takes over the Phantom's job profiling the Physician of Fright.The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here! is hosted by Dr. Horatio Monster because Justy bought a mad scientist costume and had to try it out.

Jeff Ryan - Lessons from a Lifetime of Lycanthropy

--Never go to the tropics. The moon pulls harder there.
--Set up a safe den. Your instincts will return you there period after period.
--Keep the den stocked with sanitary napkins. No one tests the blood in tampons.
--Spend your non-period days associating human flesh with electrical shocks. Your body will remember despite its change.
--Never shackle yourself, especially not by the hand. We’ve all seen what animals do to survive when a limb is trapped. Use a cage instead.
--Spend several evenings a month verifying your alibi. Never frequent one bar exclusively, say, since the regulars will notice when you go missing every month.
--Keep extra-large clothes around for your period days. No need to ruin your outfits.
--Need it even be said, avoid wolfsbane, silver, fennel, anise, and licorice. Remember: very few people know of licorice’s powers. Pretend you simply dislike black licorice.
--Keep attending meetings. Support groups are the first Monday after the gibbous moon.
--Women: keep your hair above the shoulder. Men: same thing, and no facial hair either. The more hair you have before your period, the easier you’ll be to recognize during it.
--Give yourself plenty of lavatory time the first few days after your period. Your diet has changed during these days, and your insides aren’t used to passing bones or jewelry.
--Tell only close friends and family about your periods. Give them plenty of licorice before a period. Don’t assume since you love them, they’ll be safe.
--Be sure to test yourself every six months for STDs. During your period you’ll do more than kill and eat.
--Never give up. With the proper care and guidance, lycanthropes are living longer and more fulfilling lives than ever before.

Fritz O'Skennick - Lycanthropy...

A Poem from poetry CD Fritz O'Skennick's Gothic Tales...A Werewolf story/poem...

Werewolf Loves Chicken- First Cravings (trauma014) [2008]

1 Surf Music For Noisey Assholes (I Annoy You)
2 90% Chance of Precipitation From Her Anus
4 The Lycaeonia Curse
5 Chewing Through The Throat
6 Silver Bullet Apocalypse
7 Fearsome Claws of Weregrind
8 Transforming Gym Sock Sodomy
9 Shit Stained Dentures
10 From Man To Beast (In 3 Seconds)
11 Stab Him To Death (Chicken Better Run)
12 Moon of Gore Rises
13 Licking Clean Your Bones
15 Hateful Screams of The Tyrant
16 Theriomorphic Damnation

Werewolf Loves Chicken Is For The Beast In Man.

"Nothing Can Stop The Hunger, The Lust ... The Lust of The Werewolf"

Saturday, January 23, 2010



Ulver - Lyckantropen Themes

http://www.mediafire.com/file/antmgumgmmj/Lyckantropen Themes.rar