Just wondering so I can see it because I don't know if it is happening this month or not?
On January 20th, 2019, there will be a total eclipse of the moon. Since Rayleigh scattering of sunlight passing through the earth's atmosphere and then hitting the moon during a total lunar eclipse makes the moon look reddish, total lunar eclipses are sometimes given the (portentous and slightly silly) name of "blood moon". (This seems to be the result of vague New Testament references to lunar eclipses being promoted by a couple of apocalyptic fundamentalists in the last decade; see here for more.)
In addition, there are various folk traditions which give special names to the (first) full moon in each month; it's apparently an old Anglo-Saxon tradition to call the first full moon in January the "Wolf Moon". Since total lunar eclipses necessarily happen during full moons, you could thus (somewhat) legitimately call this a "blood wolf moon". (Some discussion of other "full moon names", including the "harvest moon", can be found here.)
Finally, there is a recent trend of referring to a full moon that happens near to lunar perigee (when the moon makes its closest approach to the earth and appears somewhat larger in the sky) as a "super moon"; this term was apparently coined by the astrologer Richard Nolle in 1979. This sort of thing happens three or four times a year.
So you could call the upcoming lunar eclipse on January 20th a "blood wolf super moon" (or "super blood wolf moon", or whatever), if you really wanted to....
(Personally, I don't think that's nearly enough in the way of unnecessary and portentous adjectives. I'm holding out for "blood wolf demon vampire super extreme power moon".)