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should it be mentioned that nightbreed exists in the same universe with hellraiser
it was also available on atari st, nobbers
Trivia/Influences on Music
Trivia/Influences on Music
- The studio had so little faith in the film that the original teaser posters used images not from the movie, but ones that were recycled from the poster of Bad Dreams, a little-seen 1988 horror movie.
- A softcover book was released around the same time as the film which featured photos and back stories of the main characters as well as minor characters seen only in the background throughout the movie.
- If the Director's cut of Nightbreed will be released on DVD, it will have almost a hour of additional film.
- The car with the blacked out windows, driven by the main character was a 1952 Vauxhall Velox.
- Legendary Nottingham dark underground record label Nightbreed Recordings formed in 1991.
- The Horror Punk band Frankenstein Drag Queens, fronted by Wednesday 13, have a song named "Nightbreed" on their album 6 years, 6 feet under the influence.
- The Psychobilly band The Livends have a song titled Nightbreed from their album The Curse of Count Orlock.
- The punk band Screeching Weasel also produced a song named "Nightbreed" on their album Thank You Very Little.
- The metal band Cradle of Filth released an album entitled Midian in 2000 which is conceptually set in the fictional city.
- UK rapper Jehst along with Klashnekoff and Kyza released a tune entitled 'Nightbreed' as the B side to Jehst's 'Alcoholic Author' single, released on his own imprint 'YNR Records' in 2002
- The underground black metal band Lord Foul sampled a few lines as intro to several songs in their demo.
- Champaign/Chicago band The Living Blue mentions Midian in their song Permanent Knot from their 2008 album Walk, Talk, Rhythm, Roam
- The Irish post-rock band God Is An Astronaut are named after a quote from this movie.
- The folk-type filk and fandom artist Tom Smith recorded a song called "PQR (You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet)" or Peloquin's Rap on his first album "Who Let Him in Here". Lyrics and comments at http://www.tomsmithonline.com/lyrics/pqr.htm .
"In the final scene, Ashberry, now a Nightbreed, has nailed Decker to a cross"
This was just on, Decker wasn't nailed to a cross, he was tied to an angel statue, with what looked like, barbed wire. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 06:50, 12 March 2011 (UTC)
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