by on Mar.22, 2011, under Horror Show Hosts

As we all know, yesterday was the birthday of Lon Chaney, Jr., the Original Werewolf!  Yeah!  And, of course, TODAY is what?!  NATIONAL WEREWOLF AWARENESS DAY, or just AWERENESS DAY, just in case you’re a Werefish, or a Wereroach, an occurrence recounted in the Metamorphosis, the autobiography of Franz Kafka!

Anyway, I decided to single out one particular Werewolf to be AWERE of today, and that’s GAROU from the charmin’ cast of Shilling Shockers, YESSS!  Why Garou?  Because he fetched me my paper once, and it was good!

So, sing with me, in the tune of “How Much Is That Doggie In the Window,” this tribute song:

Remember your WEREWOLF, he’s a friend, though!

A pal and a pet ne’re on fours!
Remember your WEREWOLF, he’s a friend, though!
And remind him to stay on the moors!
Continue the Awereness Day festivities all year long with me and the charmin’ Boo De Pest on SPOOKY MOVIE TELEVISION as shown all over Northern Virginia – in Arlington on Arlington Independent Media (AIM), in Fairfax on Fairfax Public Access (FPA) and returning next week to Falls Church on Falls Church Community Television (FCCTV)!

And don’t forget to read my well received manifesto on movies:


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