Tiffany   —   01 14 2014

What did you think of tonight’s episode? episode stills from tonight’s episode have been added to the gallery including 1 that has already been in the gallery. Check them out below!

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Tiffany   —   01 13 2014
Tiffany   —   01 13 2014

Tiffany   —   01 08 2014

I’ve added 600+ HD logoless screencaptures from Monday’s episode “Anchors” as well as 350+ screencaptures from Wolf Watch. Check them out below!

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Tiffany   —   01 07 2014

Tiffany   —   01 07 2014

Teen Wolf is officially back! I have added additional episode stills from tonight’s episode title “Anchors“. You can check them out along with the ones we already had in our gallery below.

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Tiffany   —   01 06 2014

You’ve mentioned that this half of the season is much more psychological horror. What can we expect for the rest of the year?

This season we delve into the darker sides of Scott, Alison and Stiles, and the consequences of making that sacrifice at the end of 3A comes back to them. This is very much a season of consequences and Scott will worry about if he will become the monster Peter was, Alison may worry that she’ll become the hunter Kate was and Stiles may have a darkness inside him as well — and may not be there for his friends and may even hurt them.

Where does the core group stand at the moment and where are they going?

At the moment, their friendships are greatly well intact but they are going to fracture in season 3B and it’s not going to be good for Scott and Stiles‘ friendship, it’s not going to be good for Scott and Isaac (Daniel Sharman) and it’s going to be especially complicated for Scott and Allison as they go down different paths of romance as they try to find new people.

Who is the character viewers should be most worried for?

They should be very worried about Stiles this season. You should be worried about everyone in the main cast and possibly beyond because we’re going to kill a few people this season as well. Things are going to change at the end of the season.

You’re certainly not afraid to kill people off and then bring them back. Will these deaths stick?

The deaths this season are going to stick. (Laughs.)

Are they regulars?

Yeah. You’ll see.


Tiffany   —   01 06 2014


The second half of the third season of MTV’s smash success series Teen Wolf premieres tonight, and rather than face tonight’s otherwise bleak TV landscape, you should tune in. Or at least record it so you can watch it after you catch up on what you’ve already missed. Because Teen Wolf, despite its silly title and prominence in the current teen canon, is actually a show that you don’t have to be ashamed of watching. Here are five reasons why.

1. The writing is clever, and self-aware. Sure, too much winking irony can be annoying, but Teen Wolf manages to strike a canny balance between dishing out the earnest horror and romance that its ardent teen fanbase so desperately wants and tossing a few juicy scraps to the adults who happen to be watching. Whether there in secret shame or having a wine-soaked, unabashed viewing party, Teen Wolf never forgets to welcome its relatively elderly fans. You might still feel embarrassed about watching it—I mean, it’s called Teen Wolf for Christ’s sake—but it’s at least nice to know that the people making the show are adults too.

2. It’s genuinely scary!Teen Wolf isn’t going to plague you with nightmares or have you religiously checking behind shower curtains or taking a sharp object to bed with you every night, but in the moment, it can be a jumpy, chilling piece of TV entertainment. It doesn’t traffic in the nihilistic gross-outs of American Horror Story, though. Instead it features good old-fashioned creature-feature scares, all done with increasing elegance (yes, elegance) and without relying toomuch on hokey computer effects.

3. The kids are good actors. Most of them, anyway! I don’t want to single out any weak spots, because that would be mean, but I will say that Dylan O’Brien, Crystal Reed, and Holland Roden in particular have done a nice job of shading their characters (the writing helps, of course) while keeping things mostly light and airy. O’Brien in particular has pulled a rather marvelous move we’ll call the Adam Brody—meaning he’s made his version of Seth Cohen, sarcastic-cute stringbean Stiles, the accidental hero of the show, overshadowing the series’s hunky lead. The entire cast’s dynamic has deepened over the past two and a half seasons, and oftentimes they banter and bicker like some of the better ensembles on TV.

4. The show often “goes there.” Sorry to borrow one of Degrassi: The Next Generation’s marketing slogans, but it’s true. Teen Wolf doesn’t shy away from stuff that many other firmly teen-oriented shows might find taboo. The sex is sexy (whether it’s gay or straight) and the gore is gory. The stakes on Teen Wolf are higher than anything on a show called Teen Wolf have any business being.

5. The locker room. Come on. You’re not above it, we’re not above it, no one’s above it. We all know why a large portion of the audience watches this show, or at least why they initially started watching it, and that’s fine. Nothing wrong with that! For unapologetically catering to the female (and gay male) gaze when most horror goes the other direction, Teen Wolf deserves praise. Plus the actors are definitely all older than the characters they play. So, y’know, you’re not going to get in trouble. And if it won’t get you in trouble, there’s no reason to be ashamed.


Tiffany   —   01 06 2014

It’s 10 p.m. Do you know where your kids are?

Um, who cares—Teen Wolf is back!

Our MTV obsession finally returns for the second half of its third season tonight at 10 p.m., bringing us back to our beloved Beacon Hills to get reacquainted with Scott (Tyler Posey), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) and the rest of the gang.

But all is not well in Beacon Hills. In fact, you may want to keep the lights on when you watch tonight’s premiere, “Anchors,” as we can safely say it’s the show’s scariest outing ever. (Seriously, Stiles does not have a single one-liner! These are dark times indeed.) To preview Teen Wolf‘s “dark and scary” Season 3B, we chatted with Posey, O’Brien and Crystal Reed on the show’s Los Angeles set.

Posey teases that fans can expect this season’s pace to be slower, but oh-so-creepier.

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Tiffany   —   01 04 2014

Remember back in June where there was speculation that Dylan will be cast in a movie called Glimmer? Well it looks like Dylan is confirming that he will in deed be part of the movie! View his Twitter response to actor Jeremy Allen White, who was also rumored to co-star!