1977, shooting wrapped on "Home To Stay", a TV movie featuring Louis Del Grande (the mad scientist from "Frank Stein") as Richard. 1996, "The Craft", which Merton referenced in "Witch College", was released in Belgium. 1999, "Bonanno: A Godfather's Story" first aired, featuring a slew of Big Wolf guest stars, including Jessica Welch (Carole "Cat Woman" Lefevre) as a young Fanny Labruzzo, Jessica Paré (Tanya from "Time And Again") as Rosalie Profaci, Neil Kroetsch (The Pleasantville Strangler) as an admissions officer, Harry Standjofski as Joe Stabile, Philip Le Maistre (Damien form "Fangs For The Memories") as Gaspar's bookie, Vlasta Vrana (Flugelhoff) as Franklin Roosevelt, Howard Rosenstein (a syndicate member from "The Girl Who Spied Wolf") as David Weinstock, Bonfield Marcoux (a teacher on Big Wolf) as Robert Wagner, and (gasp!) Lou Vani (the referee from "Apocalypse Soon") as Al Capone. » home

Thanks for visiting, a site dedicated to my favorite television show, Big Wolf On Campus, as if that weren't overly obvious from the domain name. For the uninitiated, Big Wolf On Campus is about the trials, tribulations, and epic battles (so much for alliteration) of Tommy Dawkins, a popular football player who undergoes some unexpected changes after being bitten by a werewolf a few days before his senior year of high school, and his friends, Gothic Fantasy Guild president Merton Dingle and adventure-hungry kickboxer Lori Baxter. Big Wolf has aired on a number of channels in a variety of countries, most notably VRAK.TV and YTV in Canada, ABC Family in the United States, and Fox Kids Australia down under.

Well, enjoy the site. If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, concerns, homicidal rantings, etc., feel free to drop me a line.

Awesome! Big Wolf creator Peter Knight has a new show that was just picked up as a pilot at CBS. Read more at Deadline Hollywood.
-- January 27th, 2011, 11:33 AM, posted by Adam

Ten years ago today, first went live. Cannot believe it's been that long.
-- August 27th, 2010, 11:20 AM, posted by Adam

I know I've been pretty lousy about posting updates, but I'll try to make up for it by catching up on a few things.

  1. Aimée Castle has launched a shiny new website if you want to listen to her voiceover reel or drop her a message.
  2. In the most randomly ridiculous coincidence ever, I wound up standing next to Rachelle Lefevre in line at Disneyland's Tower of Terror. Proof!
  3. The DVD release of Peter Knight's Krod Mandoon from a couple months back features extended versions of each episode if you wanna catch more from the big brain behind Big Wolf. DVD Talk gave it a really nice write-up.
  4. Jessica Paré may not be in Hot Tub Time Machine long, but you, uh, do see a lot of her. That comes out on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday.
  5. Oh! And turns ten years old in August. I cannot believe it's been that long.

-- June 25th, 2010, 11:20 AM, posted by Adam

:taps a couple of times: Is this thing still on?

Peter Knight's new series Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire is slated to debut on Comedy Central on April 9th, so...y'know, stay tuned.
-- January 1st, 2009, 5:58 PM, posted by Adam

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