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Radio 66.6 - Weekly Music News: July 15, 2014

We're back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Ramones, Metallica, Radiohead, All That Remains,Theory of a Deadman, Suicide Silence, Halestorm, Motionless In White, Goatwhore, Terror, Fozzy and more. Don't touch that dial.

Thomas Jane to Star in New Syfy/Alcon TV Series The Expanse

Back in April we got the first word on a new series heading to Syfy, a "space opera" entitled "The Expanse." Now we know who the lead actor is going to be, and it's someone most genre fans know and love.

Hudson Horror Show IX Hits Poughkeepsie, NY, on August 9

It's that time of the year again! It's time for Doctor Gash's favorite all-day film festival, the Hudson Horror Show. This is the ninth edition of the bi-annual event, and the line-up looks fantastic.

Heathens, Relive Your Top 5 Moments from Salem Season 1

We've been saying it for weeks, and we'll say it once more for good measure: Hands down the biggest surprise of the year is how great WGN America's "Salem" has been. If you're going to miss it as much as we are, here's a look at its Top 5 moments.

There's Nothing Humdrum About this New Teaser for Mindless

We've already seen several behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Blanc/Biehn Productions' psychological thriller Mindless, and now it's time to see some of those images moving as the first official teaser trailer for the film has arrived!

Exclusive: Director Anthony C. Ferrante Talks Sharknado 2 and More!

Get ready, kids! The "Sumnado of Sharknado" (as Syfy likes to call it) is officially upon us, and right now we have a quick Q&A with Sharknado 2: The Second One director Anthony C. Ferrante to help chum the waters of your anticipation.

New Haunter Clip Offers a Key to the Mystery

In celebration of the UK DVD and Blu-ray release of Vincenzo Natali's ghostly thriller Haunter, we've gotten our hands on a quick sneak peak. The film's on shelves now so check this out and see if it rattles them bones!

Loving New Honeymoon Images

Hot and ready for you cats right now are new stills from Leigh Janiak's Honeymoon (review here). Check 'em out and then commence furiously humping your way through the first night of marital bliss.

New Ju-On: Beginning of the End Image Gallery Holds a Grudge

In honor of it playing as part of this year's Fantasia Film Festival, we now have over a dozen images from Ju-on: Beginning of the End for you cats to start screeching over. Or maybe that screeching is just Toshio again. In any event...

Get Impaled on the First Horns Teaser Trailer

Hot on the heels of this morning's poster reveal for Alexandre Aja's Horns (review), which is getting an October 31st release in the UK, comes the teaser trailer. Dig it!

William Brent Bell Takes Up Space with The Inhabitant

William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside, Wer) has just signed on for more supernatural shenanigans according to Deadline. Per the site, the next project on Bell's plate will be The Inhabitant. Read on for the details.

The Studios Have No Interest in Third Hellboy Movie

During a recent AMA chat with Guillermo del Toro on Reddit, the prolific director offered an update on the long talked about Hellboy III. The long and short of it? It's not good. Read on for details.

Halloween Horror Nights Announces New From Dusk Till Dawn Mazes in Hollywood and Orlando

From cult horror film to breakthrough TV series, “From Dusk Till Dawn” will add "terrifying maze" to its credits when Robert Rodriguez’s acclaimed supernatural show debuts as a menacing new Halloween Horror Nights experience.

Mark of Kane Teaser Poster Cuts Deep

Dread Central's own Serena Whitney co-scripted the feature film adaptation of Michael Prescott's novel Kane, entitled Mark of Kane, and on tap for you today is the first piece of poster art for the upcoming flick. Dig it, and expect more real soon!

Septic Man Crawls Out of the Sewer for Home Video and Theatrical Release

In his review of Septic Man here on Dread Central, Brad McHargue touted it as being "a divisive yet damned intriguing film," which personally has me itching to check out the latest from Jesse Thomas Cook.