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rhett
10-06-2009, 04:46 PM
Have you ever been to a horror convention? Well...have you?

old-boo-radley
10-06-2009, 04:50 PM
Fuck no, I'd have to run around punching nerds if I did.

I mean the bad type of nerd like the asshole who dresses up like Freddy to meet Robert Englund. Not the good type of nerd that just has a friendly unhealthy obsession with shitty movies!

All kidding (and not so much) aside, I'd rather go to a con for the people than the stars they feature.

maybrick
10-06-2009, 04:57 PM
Counting just the individual venues once, I've been to a few: Rock and Shock and Monstermania. Three if you count Supermegafest (but that's more sci-fi/comic book/wrestler related). I'd love to go to more but I'm not willing to drive more than a few hours in order to do so.

Body Boy
10-06-2009, 04:59 PM
Fuck no, I'd have to run around punching nerds if I did.

Exactly!!!

All kidding aside


Oh...:nervous:

dave13
10-06-2009, 05:02 PM
i've never had any inclination to go to one of these. meeting stars and asking for autographs and pictures and shit seems like an increadibly akward experience, which i have no interest in. all the footage ive seen on dvds from q&a's and the like are all also painfully akward. i can't get into the whole fanboy thing.

captain_brandon
10-06-2009, 05:09 PM
i've never had any inclination to go to one of these. meeting stars and asking for autographs and pictures and shit seems like an increadibly akward experience, which i have no interest in. all the footage ive seen on dvds from q&a's and the like are all also painfully akward. i can't get into the whole fanboy thing.

Can't say I totally blame you. Very good, well written post.

Case in point: like on my Friday the 13th Uncut Deluxe Edition special edition Blu-Ray as well as the DVD I got, someone from the crowd at the Lexington, Kentucky convention where it was filmed at, someone had asked Adrianne King, who seem's like an admitedly a very lovely thing, to do a loud scream cause she's naturally an honorary Scream Queen, and dear God, did I ever felt embarrassed.

MorallySound
10-06-2009, 05:10 PM
I've been to one convention, Rue Morgue's Festival of Fear. I've gone the past three years and will continue to go. I don't just go to get autographs and meet the guests, I go to network with other film programmers and industry people, and the guests, merchandise, and private parties are all a bonus.

I do agree that some fans are obsessed and I'm not a fan of paying for autographs and that's a downside to the conventions, but since I'm there I may as well get my stuff signed. And a lot of the guests I've met have been extremely nice and I've been able to talk to them for quite some time throughout the convention. George A. Romero, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Udo Kier, Ruggero Deodato, and Tobe Hooper are just a few of the ones that I actually talked to for quite a bit of time and were generally interested in having a conversation. Tobe Hooper especially, we talked on and off throughout the 3-day convention last year, with him even finding me and starting a conversation numerous times.

But of course you get the asshole guests as well, like Adam West.

I would love to check out Cinema Wasteland sometime though.

ReelFear
10-06-2009, 05:11 PM
I've been going to these things since 1986. Some have been incredible experiences (meeting Lucio Fulci in 1996) and some are downright pathetic. I am not a nerd, I've never dressed up in a costume, and i rarely ask for an autograph. But the chance to meet some of the directors i have admired (Romero, Argento, L. Bava, HG Lewis, Hooper, etc.etc.) is worth going to these things, and some of the parties afterwards are off the hook! Unfortunately the conventions are not what they used to be (free autographs, better guests) but i recommend going to at least one just for the experience if you've never been before. You might just have a good time!

buck135
10-06-2009, 06:22 PM
Morallysound, I have to know. Why was Adam West an asshole?

crikan
10-06-2009, 06:27 PM
I'd like to go to one. Do they have any decent ones in Kansas City. I'm not the type that's interested in getting autographs but I'd like to see what goes on.

Ash28M
10-06-2009, 06:43 PM
I've been to The Festival of fear 2 or 3 times and I've also been to Horrorfind Weekend and Cinema Wasteland. I've never dressed up and have never cared to get an autograph. I like the fact that the the celebrity's are there but just catching a glimpse of them is enough for me, I've never been a celebrity hound that way. They also usually have a Q&A so that's plenty. I mostly enjoy going to them for the Dealer Rooms, movies, Q&A and other such activities. It's also fun to be around like minding horror fans since my GF and I don't know to many people who are into horror. I would recommend the experience, especially the smaller more personal convention like Cinema Wastland and especially Horrorfind. There has been many of times I've bumped into Tom Savini, Tony Todd, Sid Haig ect outside having a smoke or a drink and felt like I could just say hi and not have to be charged for it. You don't get that at a large convention like the Festival of fear. When I went to Horrorfind they also had a bunch of cool meeting room sessions/classes where you could learn f/x makeup techniques from Rick Bakers assistant, Listen to someones experiences with exorcisms. I even sat in on a session with George Lutz while he was in tears speaking about his amityville experiences.

Body Boy
10-06-2009, 07:09 PM
Can't say I totally blame you. Very good, well written post.

Case in point: like on my Friday the 13th Uncut Deluxe Edition special edition Blu-Ray as well as the DVD I got, someone from the crowd at the Lexington, Kentucky convention where it was filmed at, someone had asked Adrianne King, who seem's like an admitedly a very lovely thing, to do a loud scream cause she's naturally an honorary Scream Queen, and dear God, did I ever felt embarrassed.

If that embarasses you, skip the introduction on the Unseen and Sweet Sixteen discs. Usually it is nice to see the stars make some mention at the beginning, like Juliet Mills on Beyond the Door. But for some reason, Sweet 16 and The Unseen's intros just...idk...felt really corny and...I just sank in my seat. Haha, but great interviews nonetheless.

geeare
10-06-2009, 07:33 PM
have never been but when I go I will go to the biggest and best one...so which one is that???

MorallySound
10-06-2009, 07:34 PM
Morallysound, I have to know. Why was Adam West an asshole?

Well, some 5 year old kid with his dad went to get his Batman figure signed by Adam West. The figure was from the animated show, not the original Adam West live-action show, and Adam West flat out refused to sign it because of this and made the kid cry. I don't care what variation of Batman merch a young kid brings up, you sign it! Plus he was charging $60+ per autograph.

spawningblue
10-06-2009, 07:53 PM
I've been to one convention, Rue Morgue's Festival of Fear. I've gone the past three years and will continue to go. I don't just go to get autographs and meet the guests, I go to network with other film programmers and industry people, and the guests, merchandise, and private parties are all a bonus.

I do agree that some fans are obsessed and I'm not a fan of paying for autographs and that's a downside to the conventions, but since I'm there I may as well get my stuff signed. And a lot of the guests I've met have been extremely nice and I've been able to talk to them for quite some time throughout the convention. George A. Romero, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Udo Kier, Ruggero Deodato, and Tobe Hooper are just a few of the ones that I actually talked to for quite a bit of time and were generally interested in having a conversation. Tobe Hooper especially, we talked on and off throughout the 3-day convention last year, with him even finding me and starting a conversation numerous times.

But of course you get the asshole guests as well, like Adam West.

I would love to check out Cinema Wasteland sometime though.

I've been to The Festival of fear 2 or 3 times and I've also been to Horrorfind Weekend and Cinema Wasteland. I've never dressed up and have never cared to get an autograph. I like the fact that the the celebrity's are there but just catching a glimpse of them is enough for me, I've never been a celebrity hound that way. They also usually have a Q&A so that's plenty. I mostly enjoy going to them for the Dealer Rooms, movies, Q&A and other such activities. It's also fun to be around like minding horror fans since my GF and I don't know to many people who are into horror. I would recommend the experience, especially the smaller more personal convention like Cinema Wastland and especially Horrorfind. There has been many of times I've bumped into Tom Savini, Tony Todd, Sid Haig ect outside having a smoke or a drink and felt like I could just say hi and not have to be charged for it. You don't get that at a large convention like the Festival of fear. When I went to Horrorfind they also had a bunch of cool meeting room sessions/classes where you could learn f/x makeup techniques from Rick Bakers assistant, Listen to someones experiences with exorcisms. I even sat in on a session with George Lutz while he was in tears speaking about his amityville experiences.

I went to my first Convention this year, the Festival of Fear. I too mostly went for the merch though. Found some great deals on horror DVDs and graphic novels. There are a lot of hardcore nerds though that it's hard not to laugh sometimes. Me and my friends found ourselves chanting "Nerds!" a few times. And I'm not a mean person but wow, some of these people are from another planet.

As for celebrities, it's cool to see them or check out a Q and A with them, but as much as I wanted to meet Bruce Campbell, I wasn't willing to wait in line for three hours and spend $30 for his autograph.

What is this Horrorfind and Cinema Wasteland you speak of? Are they in the To. area?

MorallySound
10-06-2009, 08:29 PM
What is this Horrorfind and Cinema Wasteland you speak of? Are they in the To. area?

HorrorFind is in Hunt Valley, Maryland. http://www.horrorfindweekend.com/

Cinema Wasteland is in Strongsville, Ohio. http://www.cinemawasteland.com/

Ptflea2
10-06-2009, 08:38 PM
I've probably been to seven or eight since the mid 90's. Conventions are definitely growing in popularity. With that though, we are seeing an increases in prices to get in and the prices for autographs. 10-12 years ago, it was uncommon for a "celebrity" to charge for an autograph (unless you bought his/her merchandise), now it's the standard at about $25 a pop. Sadly, it's also becoming common for them to charge you for a picture with them using YOUR camera (Looking at you Corey Haim, Elvira, Corey Feldman and Robert Englund). You can chalk up the increase to inflation, a recession, or simply greed, I just know it sucks.

But still, it's always fun to go and people watch and check out the merch tables.

By the way, Scream Fest is this weekend here in Orlando: http://spookyempire.com/ I'll be going on Siunday Any other Florida members heading up?

spawningblue
10-06-2009, 08:41 PM
HorrorFind is in Hunt Valley, Maryland. http://www.horrorfindweekend.com/

Cinema Wasteland is in Strongsville, Ohio. http://www.cinemawasteland.com/

Ahh okay, thanks! Anyone know of any other horror conventions in the To. area? Or is Festival of Fear really the only big one?

WhatTHEhell19
10-06-2009, 08:48 PM
I've probably been to seven or eight since the mid 90's. Conventions are definitely growing in popularity. With that though, we are seeing an increases in prices to get in and the prices for autographs. 10-12 years ago, it was uncommon for a "celebrity" to charge for an autograph (unless you bought his/her merchandise), now it's the standard at about $25 a pop. Sadly, it's also becoming common for them to charge you for a picture with them using YOUR camera (Looking at you Corey Haim, Elvira, Corey Feldman and Robert Englund). You can chalk up the increase to inflation, a recession, or simply greed, I just know it sucks.

But still, it's always fun to go and people watch and check out the merch tables.

By the way, Scream Fest is this weekend here in Orlando: http://spookyempire.com/ I'll be going on Siunday Any other Florida members heading up?

Yep I'm going to be there all weekend. Went last year and had a blast, so I'm really looking forward to it this year. They seem to have a better guest list too, although it looks like Romero canceled again.

SaviniFan
10-06-2009, 08:51 PM
I've been to many horror conventions over the years. The best one running now in my opinion is Cinema Wasteland. The entry price is fair and Ken gets celebs that are not of the normal that you see at other cons. It has a great family like atmosphere and the Saturday night parties rock.

I enjoy meeting celebrities and collecting autographs. I don't mind paying for them, but I do draw the line at paying for taking a photo with a celeb. That is like a slap in the face after already being paid. I don't dress up for conventions but I also don't slight others for doing so. If that is what they like doing to have a good time then so be it. I'm not going to judge them like some others here. I attend an average of 1 to 3 per year.

indiephantom
10-06-2009, 09:13 PM
I've been to a couple of AVN shows in Las Vegas. Met Sasha Grey and lots of girls and got lots of free porn and pics. Personally I'd rather hang with some hottie porn stars than with Gunner Hansen or Tony Todd. I can't imagine paying for an autograph either. I love horror and would rather go to a film festival like Fantasia where I'm seeing stuff. I'm not an autograph seeker either and don't want your scribbles on my DVDs! :hum:

Devo1313
10-06-2009, 09:30 PM
I usually hit about 20 or so conventions a year. There are so many now but indeed the best is Cinema Wasteland.

Paff
10-06-2009, 10:45 PM
I said "several", since I've been to Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors 4 times, by my count. Comic-Con is more my scene, been there at least 10 times and have my 2010 4-day badge already bought.

Of course, at any convention you will run into geeks and fanboys. But you can see even by this thread it's all relative. I don't think many of us would call ourselves nerds, but look at the posts. You have the "I go, but I don't care about autographs", and you have the "I get autographs, but I don't wear a costume". Think about it. To some, autograph-seekers are nerds. To the autograph-seekers, the cosplayers are nerds. To the cosplayers, well, you get the idea.

It's like Kevin Smith said, "Only at Comic-Con can you hear a guy in a Chewbacca costume say 'look at that guy in the Spock costume, he's a fuckin' geek'"

For reference: I cringe anytime I see people with the black t-shirts with some horror movie on it. To me, walking around with a shirt with Fulci's rotting zombie on it just screams "anti-social", and "I've never kissed a girl" . But hey, you'll see me in line with my laserdiscs getting signed, so like I said, geek-dom is all a matter of perspective.

eric_angelus
10-07-2009, 01:09 AM
I have gone to a ton over the last 3 or 4 years, though I expect to be cutting back on it somewhat in the future...mainly because I just bought a new car that I need to pay for plus I have met just about everyone I am really interested in in terms of celebrities. I go mainly for the chance to meet them and get signatures on my one sheet posters...but also really enjoy the Q&A sessions that some of the shows do when they have big reunions, these can be quite cool especially if you are on the shy side and want to hear what people have to say, but don't feel comfortable with the one on one. I don't really go to buy stuff or to participate in any of the parties or shenanigans. I tend to look a little odd at them, as I dress like I would for work...so I tend to be the only one not in all black.

Copyboy
10-07-2009, 01:14 AM
I've been to Rock & Shock a few times and Supermegafest twice. I only go for the chance to meet the actors who were a part of something that I've loved since I was a kid. Occasionally, it's to meet a newer actor who did something that really impressed me. I don't go to gush over them, but to thank them for being a part of something that I love and pay a compliment to some aspect of their performance that no other actor would have been able to pull off. It's a great feeling when you know that you've just brought a smile to someone who's brought some great entertainment into your own life, particularly when it's someone you pretty much grew up watching in one of your favorite movies.

But other than that? I HATE the rest of it. Rock & Shock has been great because it's never very busy, but Supermegafest should be called Supermegafuckingfreakshow with its congregation of socially inept basketcases. The crowds and toys and people walking around in costumes (which are never the best costumes for the day, don'tcha know) and the lines are INSANE! It's not that the lines are that long, but I find myself surrounded by people wearing Mason Reese t-shirts and carrying Mead Data Centers bursting at the seams with clippings from 30 year old issues of Tiger Beat who seem to be just a little too into their sad collections of what any well-adjusted person would consider recyclable paper.

Last year I swore I'd never go back, but now I have to. Lindsay Wagner will be there this year and I'm going to wear my Jaime Sommers t-shirt and show her my Bionic Woman scrapbook of clippings and drawings and then I'm going to bring her to my house where she will autograph my Sleep Number bed. It will be magical!

Harry Warden
10-07-2009, 01:29 AM
I would like to try a horror convention some day..but it's not high on my priority list. I did attend a Godzilla/Kaiju converntion in Philadelphia about 10 years back and my experience was so-so. No autographs and the dealer rooms were really cool. I bought a lot of neat stuff, but like some others mentioned in this thread earlier, there were a few total nerds who dominated every discussion and pestered the hell out of all of the guests. That's not really for me. I would probably go just to see what type of cool items I could buy more than anything. Of course, meeting some actors or directors could be nice too. A friend of mine from Pittsburgh went to a converntion in New Jersey (I think it was called Chiller Weekend) and he met Christopher Lee, who was a total asshole to a lot of fans. He refused to sign anything with his likeness. He would only grant an autograph if you purchased the biographical book about him, published by Midnight Marque Press at the time.

othervoice1
10-07-2009, 01:46 AM
Never been to one but if they had one close to me I think it would be a blast.

satans-sadists
10-07-2009, 04:04 AM
I went to many Chiller Theatre shows when I lived on the east coast. Haven't been to one since the Spring of 2006. Had mostly good experiences, but the last couple shows weren't as enjoyable as they once were. The nicest celebrity guests I ever met were Tom Atkins and Robert Quarry.

DVD-fanatic-9
10-07-2009, 05:23 PM
I'm in the majority now... :evil:

No, I've never been to a convention. But I'd love to be at one! Though, I couldn't meet anyone (I'm incredibly shy offline) and I would lose consciousness if I ever saw anybody really cool. Plus... I can't imagine myself asking someone to sign something. It would be too surreal. I know I would flashback to Junior High, where people who didn't really like me wrote awkward things in my yearbook (don't ask me where I got the courage to ask them to sign, I was a lot less shy then). Most of my friends never signed each others' yearbooks. They'd just take them and write things on other peoples' faces.

Kodiac Jack
10-07-2009, 07:53 PM
I wish I had the balls to get out on the road to check one out sometime. Just about very convention from where I live that interests me is like over 200 miles away.

Shannafey
10-08-2009, 01:36 AM
I've probably been to seven or eight since the mid 90's. Conventions are definitely growing in popularity. With that though, we are seeing an increases in prices to get in and the prices for autographs. 10-12 years ago, it was uncommon for a "celebrity" to charge for an autograph (unless you bought his/her merchandise), now it's the standard at about $25 a pop. Sadly, it's also becoming common for them to charge you for a picture with them using YOUR camera (Looking at you Corey Haim, Elvira, Corey Feldman and Robert Englund). You can chalk up the increase to inflation, a recession, or simply greed, I just know it sucks.

But still, it's always fun to go and people watch and check out the merch tables.

By the way, Scream Fest is this weekend here in Orlando: http://spookyempire.com/ I'll be going on Siunday Any other Florida members heading up?


I used to go every year when it was down here in South Florida. It is just too expensive for me to drive up and spend a night in Orlando. I'd love to go!!

Lone Wolf
10-08-2009, 05:43 AM
Always wanted to go to one, but there is never anything close to me. Finally going to make the trip to texas fear fest next year for the Friday The 13th 30th Anniversary.

http://www.txfearfest.com/

bigwes15
10-10-2009, 03:47 AM
I've been to two of them...a Fangoria convention around 8 or 9 years ago where I met HG Lewis, who was very personable, and the Monstermania last June in Connecticut. I enjoy meeting the people who have been in movies that I have loved over the years, and am frankly a little puzzled by the negative attitude some have on here about people wanting autographs and such. Sure, there are some strange and socially maladjusted characters at these things, but overall I met (especially at the Monstermania) several great people who shared an interest of mine that I don't see often in my "normal" life. What's the matter with horror fans getting together for a weekend where you're the majority instead of the minority for once? Even the people who dress up in weird costumes don't bother me at all, as their heart is in the right place for me. I am already looking forward to the next Monstermania in CT next summer!!

maybrick
10-10-2009, 05:27 AM
What's the matter with horror fans getting together for a weekend where you're the majority instead of the minority for once?

Some people are just too cool for school. Me, if I really like a director or actor, I don't mind giving them $20 or so out of my own pocket for a memento. It seems like a fair price to pay to somebody who has given me a priceless amount of pleasure over the years, and contrary to popular belief, a lot of these folks are far from being "wealthy". It's the least I can do to help them out.

Paff
10-10-2009, 07:21 AM
Not a horror convention, but Comic-Con has already sold out of 4-day badges for 2010. The convention is in JULY. This thing is getting out of hand.

Shannafey
10-10-2009, 04:51 PM
Not a horror convention, but Comic-Con has already sold out of 4-day badges for 2010. The convention is in JULY. This thing is getting out of hand.

Holy Crap!! My friend and I keep thinking about going, but I can't plan that far ahead. You just never know what is going to happen in life! I want to be able to get my tickets, hotel room, etc. around a month or so in advance, so I guess I'll never be going to Comic Con!!

Grim
10-10-2009, 05:23 PM
Been to quite a few. I unfortunately had to miss Horrorfind this year as I was shooting that Saturday and I needed to work that Friday and Sunday so I wasn't completely broke.

MorallySound
10-10-2009, 07:29 PM
I might actually make it down to Cinema Wasteland this upcoming April. A few of my friends from Ontario are planning on hitting it up, and I just may have to save my pennies and go as well. Plus it's the 'Zombi 2' reunion this year, so I really have to go!

Roythe13th
10-10-2009, 11:16 PM
Not a horror convention, but Comic-Con has already sold out of 4-day badges for 2010. The convention is in JULY. This thing is getting out of hand.

You can still get 4 day badges, its just the "4 days with preview night" badges are sold out. This year, besides dramatically jacking up the price of badges, they are selling 4 day badges with preview night and 4 day badges in general. Both are the same price, just one being a little more exclusive. I guess it's their way of dealing with the huge crowds of preview night, but it stinks that both badges were/are the same price.


Case in point: like on my Friday the 13th Uncut Deluxe Edition special edition Blu-Ray as well as the DVD I got, someone from the crowd at the Lexington, Kentucky convention where it was filmed at, someone had asked Adrianne King, who seem's like an admitedly a very lovely thing, to do a loud scream cause she's naturally an honorary Scream Queen, and dear God, did I ever felt embarrassed.

I have been a volunteer for the Lexington Scarefest convention both years, the Friday the 13th reunion was our first year. I hung out with Adrianne King all that weekend, helping her with her merchandise, running errands, talking with her at the parties and off the show floor. She is a very sweet and friendly lady. There is no need to feel embarrassed for her. She loved doing stuff like that. If it was all an act, she deserves an Oscar asap! She was very genuine and loved doing things like that for fans. She stayed hidden for so long due to her stalked incident and now is celebrating her famous claim to fame and seemed to appreciate everything now.

Paff
11-13-2009, 07:47 AM
You can still get 4 day badges, its just the "4 days with preview night" badges are sold out. This year, besides dramatically jacking up the price of badges, they are selling 4 day badges with preview night and 4 day badges in general. Both are the same price, just one being a little more exclusive. I guess it's their way of dealing with the huge crowds of preview night, but it stinks that both badges were/are the same price.


Well, it's official now. ALL 4-day badges, preview night or not, have been sold out for 2010. 8 months in advance. That's insane.

17thJuggalo
11-18-2009, 09:11 PM
I've been to a bunch, but I haven't paid for an autograph for a long time. I pretty much feel duped if I pay money for someone's scribbly written name when I already own several DVD's of their work. It just feels slightly insulting as a fan.

But I love the dealer rooms and the Q&A's. The people there are really cool and friendly even though they're 90% of them are "weird" by conventional standards. They're a fun time overall, even if I don't get autographs.

Vance Vandy
12-04-2009, 06:14 AM
No, and don't care to. I like to watch them in movies but hold zero need to meet them.

deplop cinema
12-04-2009, 08:37 AM
You definitely can't hate on conventions unless you've gone yourself. I went all the time in the late 90's/early 2000's to Chiller Theatre, which is right outside of NYC. T'was fantastic and being a teenager at the time, nothing was cooler than seeing the screen idols I loved. I never found them to be particularly fanboyish. There were not many people dressed up at all, just fat dudes in horror t shirts mostly (and who's not down with fat dudes in horror tees?)

What I found much more fun than the guests however were the gigantic rooms full of vendors selling bootleg DVDs. It was a wonderland of OOP and ultra rare movies, and I wouldn't hesitate to drop 20 or 30 bucks on a DVDR some guy burned and slapped some homemade artwork onto. I can't tell you how excited I was to buy a dubbed VHS (ha!) of SALO back in the day. My buddies and I would literally fill up bookbags, go empty them in the car, then go back inside and repeat. Today you have companies like Blue Underground and Synapse bringing most of those mysterious and elusive films to the masses in tidy little packages, so most of that excitement and 'holy-fuck-i-actually-have-this' of it all is gone. It was also poster and soundtrack heaven. And if weird and/or vintage porn is your thing, there was always plenty of that as well, haha.

Now I don't go as much and haven't in a few years. Its not as big a deal for me in today's era of netflix and torrents. However if I had more money and time you could bet your ass I'd be there every October hunting for some OOP gems and laughing at Tom Savini's hair plugs :)

ReelFear
12-23-2009, 05:55 AM
Here's my latest horror convention movie from CHILLER THEATRE this past October.
I tried to do something a bit different from my previous videos.
I hope you enjoy this two part movie....

day 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ryrjG0tezw

day 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1pQPnHjO4Q

MorallySound
12-23-2009, 07:16 AM
Here's my latest horror convention movie from CHILLER THEATRE this past October.
I tried to do something a bit different from my previous videos.
I hope you enjoy this two part movie....

day 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ryrjG0tezw

day 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1pQPnHjO4Q

Those were both excellent! Thanks for the laughs!