|Gévaudanais defends herself from the Beast of Gévaudan|
Professor D. L. Ashliman of the University of Pittsburgh has translated numerous folktales, among which you will find werewolf legends from Germany. I especially like that Professor Ashlimann provides citations for the sources from which he has gathered his stories.
Werewolfpage.com, a site with an extensive werewolf collection, includes a great list of werewolf movies sorted by date ranges. Synopsis and even some trailers are included for the films. (I'll be adding a few of these to my Netflix list.)
The site Dans l'Ombre de la Bete (translation: In the Shadow of the Beast) contains primary sources and plenty of information related to the Beast of Gévaudan and the attacks attributed to large wolf-like creatures in Gévaudan during 1764-1765. The site is in French, but you can view scans of original documents. And, using Google translate, you can read most of the site's text. There's quite a bit there, and I've only begun skimming it myself--let me know what you find especially interesting.