We have had a severe werewolf problem here lately at Theatresource. The only thing we've been able to use to stop them is a high-powered rifle with a night scope and silver-filled bullets fired from the second-story window.
Now, of course, everyone is issued 12-ga double-barreled shotguns (with silver shot) in case a werewolf gets inside, naturally, but until now we haven't had to go to those extremes. I mean except for that one night when Maduka was here and had a small werewolf get into the janitor's closet. But Maduka just snarled at it and it ran away.
|This turned into a post about Maduka. I don't know how that happened. Nor do I know why this still is on the desktop.|
You know, I should probably inquire of my dad, who is a metallurgist, about the best way to make silver bullets and shot.
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I think that's bull. I'm kind of tired of the whole vampire/werewolves move at the speed of light thing. All that really does is make it seem utterly unbelievable that you could ever do anything to them.
What, it wasn't scary enough that they're superstrong and want to kill you? A werewolf wouldn't move any faster than a person/or wolf, certainly not the hyperfast way they move nowadays...
I do my vampire/werewolf movie, we're going old school.
And faster ain't scarier...to prove my point, which was scarier, the original Medusa in Clash of the Titans, who slithered slowly in the darkness, or the superfast snake Medusa in the new one?
Nah, I'm not saying werewolves are hyperfast, but they're as fast as wolves and without a sawed-off you're not likely to hit one at close range with the adrenaline flowing. That's all I'm saying here.
Pick 'em off one by one at a distance and you'll be fine.
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