Monday screening of 1985 fright flick Silver Bullet to accompany release of werewolf graphic novel

Film programmer and comic book writer Rob Saucedo will appear at a San Antonio Alamo Drafthouse location to sign his new graphic novel Where Wolf.

click to enlarge Everett McGill plays the creepy Reverend Lowe in Silver Bullet. - Paramount Pictures
Paramount Pictures
Everett McGill plays the creepy Reverend Lowe in Silver Bullet.
Houston-based film programmer and comic book writer Rob Saucedo will appear at Alamo Drafthouse Park North on Monday to screen the 1985 Stephen King werewolf movie Silver Bullet (Gary Busey, Corey Haim).

The screening is part of Saucedo's nationwide tour promoting own graphic novel Where Wolf. He'll appear at theaters in multiple cities, screening cult favorite werewolf flicks in conjunction with the signings.

Set in Texas, Where Wolf follows a reporter who goes undercover at a furry convention to figure out the identity of a lycanthrope preying on attendees. Encylopocalypse Publications — a press run by New York Times bestselling author Mark Alan Miller — is releasing the graphic novel, which also includes Debora Lancianese and Jack Morelli on its creative team.

Where Wolf is a tribute to some of my favorite things — Kolchak: The Night Stalker,
Gregory McDonald’s Fletch novels and the weird idiosyncrasies found in small-town Texas life,” Saucedo said in an emailed statement. “It’s a werewolf story that’s also about people’s capacity to change and become better versions of themselves."

Monday screening of 1985 fright flick Silver Bullet to accompany release of werewolf graphic novel (2)
Courtesy Image / Encylopocalypse Publications

The graphic novel will be available in paperback and hardcover formats — and with three different covers available to choose from — at the San Antonio screening. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. event are available online.

$11.75, 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 3, Alamo Drafthouse Park North, 618 NW Loop 410, drafthouse.com/theater/park-north.

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