With book trailers being all the rage right now, we're surprised it took so long, but finally Knopf has released one for Anne Rice's The Wolves of Midwinter, which came out in mid-October and continues the Chronicles she began in The Wolf Gift.
An integral part of the mythos of NBC's "Grimm" is Aunt Marie's Book of Lore, and this week you can snag your very own copy courtesy of Titan Books, which has generously provided us with three exclusive sneak peek excerpts from the book to share.
I cannot tell you how often we here at Dread Central are asked to recommend some good horror movies. Most of the time when we answer, we're met with a kind of stunned silence because 8 times out of 10 the same people asking have never heard of our recommendations.
Another "Grimm" companion book is heading our way, and this could very well be the coolest one yet! Read on for the first details on Grimm - Aunt Marie's Book of Lore from Titan Books, and look for an exclusive excerpt early next week.
Alan Draven, an author we've been following for several years now, has just released his third novel, Nocturnal Offerings; and he tells us that he considers it to be his absolute best. Read on to check out the cover art and learn more about the book.
Now that October is over, we should have time to tear into The Wolves of Midwinter, Book 2 of Anne Rice's The Wolf Gift Chronicles, especially since the author has confirmed Book 3 is definitely coming. Read on for a few early details.
With his debut novel, Meat, Joseph D'Lacey burst onto the horror scene with a novel that prompted Stephen King to exclaim, "D'Lacey rocks!" We recently got to sit down with Joseph to talk about his career and the return of both Meat and Garbage Man via a brand new publisher.
St. Martin's Press and Talenthouse are inviting amateur filmmakers to produce a short horror book trailer for Snowblind, the highly anticipated novel by New York Times bestselling author Christopher Golden, and the judges include some very familiar names. Read on for the details.
It's not often that we make direct recommendations here at Dread Central, but when we find out that a protégé of the great Daniel Knauf ("Carnivale," "Dracula") is releasing a novel, we cannot help but sit up and listen.
If you're a fan of NBC's "Grimm," the first companion novel for the series is heading your way on November 5th from Titan Books, and we have all the details you need right here. Its title is Grimm: The Icy Touch, and it was written by acclaimed author John Shirley.
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the murders of at least five women in London’s Whitechapel district in the fall of 1888 at the hands of elusive serial killer Jack the Ripper. A bound manuscript sheds new light on one of the greatest cold cases in history.
Just how influential was Sharknado? The mere fact that I’m asking the question should be enough to prove so. The Asylum/Syfy blockbuster has even begun inspiring similarly themed novels. Like the upcoming Sharcano, the book about volcanoes that erupt magma sharks.