The latest CINEMA WASTELAND MOVIE & MEMORABILIA EXPO update

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“The Last of the Old School B Movie Fan Conventions”

April 7th, 8th and 9th, 2017

Holiday Inn – Strongsville, OH. 44136

Check us out at: http://www.cinemawasteland.com

 

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We here at Wasteland World Central would like to wish everyone a healthy and happy New Year!

 

Although things are always hectic between the October CW Show and the end of any given year, we’ve been trying to get in touch with and see if we can’t add to the Guest List for our 50th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead Cast and Crew Reunion the past couple of months. Alas, it appears that what you see is who you’ll get. Without going into any details that will make anybody sound like they just don’t care about the fans the eleven people we have lined up is probably going to be everyone we get, and to us, there is nothing wrong with that since no other convention out there is able to get all of the Guests we have lined up.

 

Now we simply take a look at things and see if we can’t get a couple more Guests to add to the list this month to round things out or just stick with what we have and invite new faces to the 2017 Fall Show.

 

We are however ready to update a few of 16mm Films we will be screening and get some stuff posted on the CW Show web site by this weekend so take a look around when you get a few minutes and see what we have in store so far.

 

As usual, there’s not a whole helluva lot to say this month with the Holiday’s just wrapping up, so I’ll leave everyone with the usual batch of reminders and catch up next month with anything new to say about the Spring Show.

 

FRIDAY NIGHT TRIVIA: Don’t forget about our new FRIDAY NIGHT WASTELAND TRIVIA in the hotel bar starting at 10:30pm after the Vendor and Guest Room shuts down on Friday night next show. The top three teams will split $100 in cash prizes. Well, not just cash prizes for the top three teams, but bragging rights for those top teams as well. Judging by the way they like to correct anything I get wrong on the web site, CW is full of movie fans that know their stuff when it comes to trivia, so bragging rights to the top teams is most certainly something to be proud of.

 

Here are the RULES AND REGULATIONS for Friday Night Wasteland Trivia –

1.- Teams of up to six (6) players are allowed to compete, so form your team, pick a name to call yourselves, and watch a bunch of stuff between now and next April’s show.

2.- Do Not shout out any answers to the questions or risk being disqualified.

3.- Do Not use anything that can be used to cheat. No cellphones, reference material, iPad’s etc will be allowed. If we catch you looking at your phone before you turn in your answer, you just cost your team that round and zero points will be awarded.

4.- Only one answer per team allowed and you can not change your answer once you’ve turned it into the hosts / judges.

5.- Don’t answer a question and no points will be awarded, so do your best and give all the questions your best shot.

6.- Points for each question in each round will vary so some questions will be worth more than others. The game will offer everyone a chance to earn up to 100 points total, plus a bonus round. In the event of a tie at the end of the game, a tie breaker question will be asked.

7.- The decisions of the hosts / judges are final.

 

 

GRAB SOME C.W. SHOW SWAG: The cool 16 ounce Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo glass and the “Wasteland is Family” t-shirt we had available at the last show are now available to order on line. You’ll find CW merchandise listed with passes and stuff on the web site, or use this handy link to order your CW Show swag today. Click Here to Order

 

TICKETS: You can grab yourself a 3-Day Pass into CW’s April 7-9, 2017 Show for only $40 if you act before 3/17/17. And a 3-Day Pass gets you in at 4:00pm on Friday, April 7th, at No Extra Charge. You can also grab Single Day Passes for only $20 each and save $5 off the at-the-door prices on Saturday between now and 3/17/17.

 

Come showtime, a 3-Day Pass will set you back $50 on Friday, which is still $25 to $50 or more less than most cons that are not named The Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo charges. Friday’s day-of-show price is $20, while Saturday is $25, and Sunday is still only $15.

You can grab your passes on line by Click Here.

 

HOTEL: The one thing you can always count on is that the hotel will be sold out by show time. We take over the entire hotel, and rooms seem to fill up faster every show since the motel next door raised its rates and is no longer a significant savings over the Show Hotel. Help support the show and avoid the headache of having to stay down the road by making your room reservations today. Reserve your room through our web site, or by calling The Holiday Inn reservation line at 1-877-408-4913. Remember you MUST ask for “The Cinema Wasteland Room Rate”, or they really should tell you that they are ”sold out” and have no rooms. And PLEASE only reserve as many rooms as you plan on using.

 

 

* January is the LAST Month you can submit a Short or Feature and hope to get it screened at April’s Show, so…

 

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY MOVIE OR SHORT FILM FOR THE CW INDY FILM FEST?:

 

First Rule: Your movie or short film needs to be 100% finished before we’ll consider screening it.

 

Second Rule: The film you submit can’t be older than a year or so old or already have DVD or cable TV distribution since we’re basically trying to help independent filmmakers get the word out about their films to our attending fans.

 

Third Rule: When your movie or short film is completely finished, just send us off a screener to watch and consider. (We won’t watch a “link” on the computer since we can’t screen a “link” on the computer at the show itself.) Make sure you include contact information so we can get back to you if we do decide to screen your short or feature, and patiently wait to see if we get back to you. It’s that easy.

 

Since we’ve always supported the independent filmmaker, we don’t do things like your average every day film festival does things. Namely, we don’t charge to screen your movie or short film and just take your money and run whatever somebody sends us. We simply watch everything that is sent to us and fit as many indy films into the weekend schedule that we can squeeze in around all the other guest related movies and events that we normally cram into a Wasteland Weekend. We do keep film submissions for up to one year’s time so if we don’t screen your film or short one show, it very well could make the next show. We do watch and tend to enjoy everything we receive but please don’t take it personally if we don’t screen your submission. Chances are it just didn’t make it into the weekend schedule because we received way too many submissions in a short amount of time and/or had more films that fit a certain theme that matches the weekend we’re currently running.

 

Because we don’t charge to screen your film or short, a screening does not come with free passes into the show. A pass into the CW Show however is much cheaper than any film festival submission prices.

 

The submission cut off date for any given CW Show is two months before the event so we have time to watch and review everything we receive. We review all submissions by their post mark date, so anything received after the cut off date will only be included if we have screening time to fill.

 

OK, that’s it for me this time around.

 

KenCINEMA WASTELAND MOVIE & MEMORABILIA EXPO

“The Last of the Old School B Movie Fan Conventions” April 7th, 8th and 9th, 2017 Holiday Inn – Strongsville, OH. 44136 Check us out at:  www.cinemawasteland.com

____________________________________________________________________

We here at Wasteland World Central would like to wish everyone a healthy and happy New Year!

Although things are always hectic between the October CW Show and the end of any given year, we’ve been trying to get in touch with and see if we can’t add to the Guest List for our 50th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead Cast and Crew Reunion the past couple of months. Alas, it appears that what you see is who you’ll get. Without going into any details that will make anybody sound like they just don’t care about the fans the eleven people we have lined up is probably going to be everyone we get, and to us, there is nothing wrong with that since no other convention out there is able to get all of the Guests we have lined up.

Now we simply take a look at things and see if we can’t get a couple more Guests to add to the list this month to round things out or just stick with what we have and invite new faces to the 2017 Fall Show.

We are however ready to update a few of 16mm Films we will be screening and get some stuff posted on the CW Show web site by this weekend so take a look around when you get a few minutes and see what we have in store so far.

As usual, there’s not a whole helluva lot to say this month with the Holiday’s just wrapping up, so I’ll leave everyone with the usual batch of reminders and catch up next month with anything new to say about the Spring Show.

FRIDAY NIGHT TRIVIA:  Don’t forget about our new FRIDAY NIGHT WASTELAND TRIVIA in the hotel bar starting at 10:30pm after the Vendor and Guest Room shuts down on Friday night next show. The top three teams will split $100 in cash prizes. Well, not just cash prizes for the top three teams, but bragging rights for those top teams as well. Judging by the way they like to correct anything I get wrong on the web site, CW is full of movie fans that know their stuff when it comes to trivia, so bragging rights to the top teams is most certainly something to be proud of.

Here are the RULES AND REGULATIONS for Friday Night Wasteland Trivia –

  1. – Teams of up to six (6) players are allowed to compete, so form your team, pick a name to call yourselves, and watch a bunch of stuff between now and next April’s show.
  2. – Do Not shout out any answers to the questions or risk being disqualified.
  3. – Do Not use anything that can be used to cheat. No cellphones, reference material, iPad’s etc will be allowed. If we catch you looking at your phone before you turn in your answer, you just cost your team that round and zero points will be awarded.
  4. – Only one answer per team allowed and you can not change your answer once you’ve turned it into the hosts / judges.
  5. – Don’t answer a question and no points will be awarded, so do your best and give all the questions your best shot.
  6. – Points for each question in each round will vary so some questions will be worth more than others. The game will offer everyone a chance to earn up to 100 points total, plus a bonus round. In the event of a tie at the end of the game, a tie breaker question will be asked.
  7. – The decisions of the hosts / judges are final.

GRAB SOME C.W. SHOW SWAG:  The cool 16 ounce Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo glass and the “Wasteland is Family” t-shirt we had available at the last show are now available to order on line. You’ll find CW merchandise listed with passes and stuff on the web site, or use this handy link to order your CW Show swag today.  Click Here to Order

TICKETS:  You can grab yourself a 3-Day Pass into CW’s April 7-9, 2017 Show for only $40 if you act before 3/17/17. And a 3-Day Pass gets you in at 4:00pm on Friday, April 7th, at No Extra Charge. You can also grab Single Day Passes for only $20 each and save $5 off the at-the-door prices on Saturday between now and 3/17/17.

Come showtime, a 3-Day Pass will set you back $50 on Friday, which is still $25 to $50 or more less than most cons that are not named The Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo charges. Friday’s day-of-show price is $20, while Saturday is $25, and Sunday is still only $15.   You can grab your passes on line by Click Here.

HOTEL:  The one thing you can always count on is that the hotel will be sold out by show time. We take over the entire hotel, and rooms seem to fill up faster every show since the motel next door raised its rates and is no longer a significant savings over the Show Hotel. Help support the show and avoid the headache of having to stay down the road by making your room reservations today. Reserve your room through our web site, or by calling The Holiday Inn reservation line at 1-877-408-4913. Remember you MUST ask for “The Cinema Wasteland Room Rate”, or they really should tell you that they are ”sold out” and have no rooms. And PLEASE only reserve as many rooms as you plan on using.

* January is the LAST Month you can submit a Short or Feature and hope to get it screened at April’s Show, so…

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY MOVIE OR SHORT FILM FOR THE CW INDY FILM FEST?:

First Rule: Your movie or short film needs to be 100% finished before we’ll consider screening it.

Second Rule: The film you submit can’t be older than a year or so old or already have DVD or cable TV distribution since we’re basically trying to help independent filmmakers get the word out about their films to our attending fans.

Third Rule: When your movie or short film is completely finished, just send us off a screener to watch and consider. (We won’t watch a “link” on the computer since we can’t screen a “link” on the computer at the show itself.) Make sure you include contact information so we can get back to you if we do decide to screen your short or feature, and patiently wait to see if we get back to you. It’s that easy.

Since we’ve always supported the independent filmmaker, we don’t do things like your average every day film festival does things. Namely, we don’t charge to screen your movie or short film and just take your money and run whatever somebody sends us. We simply watch everything that is sent to us and fit as many indy films into the weekend schedule that we can squeeze in around all the other guest related movies and events that we normally cram into a Wasteland Weekend. We do keep film submissions for up to one year’s time so if we don’t screen your film or short one show, it very well could make the next show. We do watch and tend to enjoy everything we receive but please don’t take it personally if we don’t screen your submission. Chances are it just didn’t make it into the weekend schedule because we received way too many submissions in a short amount of time and/or had more films that fit a certain theme that matches the weekend we’re currently running.

Because we don’t charge to screen your film or short, a screening does not come with free passes into the show. A pass into the CW Show however is much cheaper than any film festival submission prices.

The submission cut off date for any given CW Show is two months before the event so we have time to watch and review everything we receive. We review all submissions by their post mark date, so anything received after the cut off date will only be included if we have screening time to fill.

OK, that’s it for me this time around.

Ken

CINEMA WASTELAND MOVIE & MEMORABILIA EXPO

“The Last of the Old School B Movie Fan Conventions” April 7th, 8th and 9th, 2017 Holiday Inn – Strongsville, OH. 44136 Check us out at:  www.cinemawasteland.com

____________________________________________________________________

We here at Wasteland World Central would like to wish everyone a healthy and happy New Year!

Although things are always hectic between the October CW Show and the end of any given year, we’ve been trying to get in touch with and see if we can’t add to the Guest List for our 50th Anniversary of Night of the Living Dead Cast and Crew Reunion the past couple of months. Alas, it appears that what you see is who you’ll get. Without going into any details that will make anybody sound like they just don’t care about the fans the eleven people we have lined up is probably going to be everyone we get, and to us, there is nothing wrong with that since no other convention out there is able to get all of the Guests we have lined up.

Now we simply take a look at things and see if we can’t get a couple more Guests to add to the list this month to round things out or just stick with what we have and invite new faces to the 2017 Fall Show.

We are however ready to update a few of 16mm Films we will be screening and get some stuff posted on the CW Show web site by this weekend so take a look around when you get a few minutes and see what we have in store so far.

As usual, there’s not a whole helluva lot to say this month with the Holiday’s just wrapping up, so I’ll leave everyone with the usual batch of reminders and catch up next month with anything new to say about the Spring Show.

FRIDAY NIGHT TRIVIA:  Don’t forget about our new FRIDAY NIGHT WASTELAND TRIVIA in the hotel bar starting at 10:30pm after the Vendor and Guest Room shuts down on Friday night next show. The top three teams will split $100 in cash prizes. Well, not just cash prizes for the top three teams, but bragging rights for those top teams as well. Judging by the way they like to correct anything I get wrong on the web site, CW is full of movie fans that know their stuff when it comes to trivia, so bragging rights to the top teams is most certainly something to be proud of.

Here are the RULES AND REGULATIONS for Friday Night Wasteland Trivia –

  1. – Teams of up to six (6) players are allowed to compete, so form your team, pick a name to call yourselves, and watch a bunch of stuff between now and next April’s show.
  2. – Do Not shout out any answers to the questions or risk being disqualified.
  3. – Do Not use anything that can be used to cheat. No cellphones, reference material, iPad’s etc will be allowed. If we catch you looking at your phone before you turn in your answer, you just cost your team that round and zero points will be awarded.
  4. – Only one answer per team allowed and you can not change your answer once you’ve turned it into the hosts / judges.
  5. – Don’t answer a question and no points will be awarded, so do your best and give all the questions your best shot.
  6. – Points for each question in each round will vary so some questions will be worth more than others. The game will offer everyone a chance to earn up to 100 points total, plus a bonus round. In the event of a tie at the end of the game, a tie breaker question will be asked.
  7. – The decisions of the hosts / judges are final.

GRAB SOME C.W. SHOW SWAG:  The cool 16 ounce Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo glass and the “Wasteland is Family” t-shirt we had available at the last show are now available to order on line. You’ll find CW merchandise listed with passes and stuff on the web site, or use this handy link to order your CW Show swag today.  Click Here to Order

TICKETS:  You can grab yourself a 3-Day Pass into CW’s April 7-9, 2017 Show for only $40 if you act before 3/17/17. And a 3-Day Pass gets you in at 4:00pm on Friday, April 7th, at No Extra Charge. You can also grab Single Day Passes for only $20 each and save $5 off the at-the-door prices on Saturday between now and 3/17/17.

Come showtime, a 3-Day Pass will set you back $50 on Friday, which is still $25 to $50 or more less than most cons that are not named The Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo charges. Friday’s day-of-show price is $20, while Saturday is $25, and Sunday is still only $15.   You can grab your passes on line by Click Here.

HOTEL:  The one thing you can always count on is that the hotel will be sold out by show time. We take over the entire hotel, and rooms seem to fill up faster every show since the motel next door raised its rates and is no longer a significant savings over the Show Hotel. Help support the show and avoid the headache of having to stay down the road by making your room reservations today. Reserve your room through our web site, or by calling The Holiday Inn reservation line at 1-877-408-4913. Remember you MUST ask for “The Cinema Wasteland Room Rate”, or they really should tell you that they are ”sold out” and have no rooms. And PLEASE only reserve as many rooms as you plan on using.

* January is the LAST Month you can submit a Short or Feature and hope to get it screened at April’s Show, so…

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY MOVIE OR SHORT FILM FOR THE CW INDY FILM FEST?:

First Rule: Your movie or short film needs to be 100% finished before we’ll consider screening it.

Second Rule: The film you submit can’t be older than a year or so old or already have DVD or cable TV distribution since we’re basically trying to help independent filmmakers get the word out about their films to our attending fans.

Third Rule: When your movie or short film is completely finished, just send us off a screener to watch and consider. (We won’t watch a “link” on the computer since we can’t screen a “link” on the computer at the show itself.) Make sure you include contact information so we can get back to you if we do decide to screen your short or feature, and patiently wait to see if we get back to you. It’s that easy.

Since we’ve always supported the independent filmmaker, we don’t do things like your average every day film festival does things. Namely, we don’t charge to screen your movie or short film and just take your money and run whatever somebody sends us. We simply watch everything that is sent to us and fit as many indy films into the weekend schedule that we can squeeze in around all the other guest related movies and events that we normally cram into a Wasteland Weekend. We do keep film submissions for up to one year’s time so if we don’t screen your film or short one show, it very well could make the next show. We do watch and tend to enjoy everything we receive but please don’t take it personally if we don’t screen your submission. Chances are it just didn’t make it into the weekend schedule because we received way too many submissions in a short amount of time and/or had more films that fit a certain theme that matches the weekend we’re currently running.

Because we don’t charge to screen your film or short, a screening does not come with free passes into the show. A pass into the CW Show however is much cheaper than any film festival submission prices.

The submission cut off date for any given CW Show is two months before the event so we have time to watch and review everything we receive. We review all submissions by their post mark date, so anything received after the cut off date will only be included if we have screening time to fill.

OK, that’s it for me this time around.

Ken

http://www.cinemawasteland.com

 

Monsterpalooza – The Art of Monsters

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Fangoria former Editor Tony Timpone joins Monsterpalooza LA Conventions Scream Team

New York, NY, August 26, 2016 — Rubber Room Headhunters Corporation and Monsterpalooza President Eliot Brodsky are thrilled to announce the addition of Tony Timpone as Programming Director and Moderator for Monsterpalooza’s dual events in 2016 and 2017.

Timpone is no stranger to the world of horror with his three decades as Editor in Chief at Fangoria magazine, as well as a producer on Bravo’s 100 Scariest Movie Moments and author of Men, Makeup, and Monsters.

Timpone served as a programming producer and moderator at Fangoria’s Weekend of Horrors conventions from 1986 to 2009, events which featured an A to Z list of powerhouse guests including Jack Nicholson, Quentin Tarantino, Dario Argento, Christopher Lee, Vincent Price, Lucio Fulci, Rob Zombie, and many more.

“Tony is the perfect match for our events,” says Brodsky. “As a springboard, Tony will be handling many of our main panels this September at Son of Monsterpalooza in Burbank, as well as acting as our Programming Director and Moderator for all of our panels at 2017’s Monsterpalooza, which returns to Pasadena.”

Monsterpalooza: The Art of Monsters has been a staple of the West Coast convention scene since its inception in 2008. Curated exhibits and special presentations focusing on the artistic elements found in film and television has attracted the attention of industry professionals (Guillermo del Toro, J.J. Abrams, and a who’s who of the special makeup FX world) and fans alike.

“Monsterpalooza has taken what was started [by past conventions] and brought it up to a whole new level, with amazing guests, live makeup demonstrations, and an unbelievable monstrous monster museum filled with displays unlike any I have seen before. I can’t wait to begin work for Eliot and his team to create the next wave of must-attend fan events.”

Timpone will make his long-overdue homecoming to the convention stage for Son of Monsterpalooza, to be held September 16-18, 2016 at the Marriott Burbank Convention Center & Hotel (2500 North Hollywood Way; 818-843-6000). Son of Monsterpalooza will boast such highlights as special appearances from cast members of films such as Gremlins, The Hills Have Eyes (1977), Night of the Living Dead (1968), Re-Animator, and many more. Spotlight presentations with special guests from recent hits like What We Do in the Shadows and The Conjuring 2; informative talks from FX veterans Steve (Ghostbusters) Johnson and John (From Beyond) Naulin; a huge cash-prize costume contest sponsored by Premiere Products; a Saturday night After-Life Party; several premieres of independent horror movies; and much, much more.

For next year’s main extravaganza, Timpone will program and moderate the gargantuan original show, Monsterpalooza, coming April 7-9, 2017 to the hangar-sized Pasadena Convention Center (300 East Green Street; 800-307-7977).

“A consummate showman, Eliot has turned Monsterpalooza into the ultimate genre fan event, and he succeeds brilliantly at this task because he is a fan himself,” says Timpone. “He has created a wonderful biannual event to display his love of monsters, special FX and dark fantasy. Eliot brings fans from all over the world together under one roof.”

For tickets and more information on Monsterpaloooza, please visit www.monsterpalooza.com

 

Less than 15 tables remain for Horror Realm’s Spring Break Massacre

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Less than 15 tables remain for Horror Realm’s Spring Break Massacre show on March 6-8 at the new location of Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh West – Green Tree.  Our new location will allow us to house all guests and vendors in one room.

 

If you would like to reserve a spot, please contact us for a reservation form.   If you have already reserved, we thank you for your support and ask that you help spread the word about our show to as many people as you can!  Our flyer is embedded below but if you’d like an electronic copy to share, please contact us.

 

Discounted room rate is $105 plus 14% tax per night. To reserve your room by calling the hotel direct at 412-922-8100 or toll free at 1-800-439-4745 and mentioning Horror Realm. You can also reserve online at http://www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/us/en/pittsburgh/pitgr/hoteldetail with code HOR.

 

Hope to see you at the show!

HR spring 2015

New location, same great convention. See yinz in March 2015!

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March 6, 2015 – March 8, 2015

Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh West-Green Tree

401 Holiday Dr., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15220

 

PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW LOCATION! Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh West Greentree!

 

Guests include:

– Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp)

– Naomi Grossman (American Horror Story)

– Tiffany Shepis (Tromeo & Juliet, Sharknado 2)

– Bob Cranmer, author of The Demon of Brownsville Road

– John Ventre, UFO researcher and author who has appeared on on History Channel’s Hangar 1, Discovery Channel’s Close Encounters and PCTV’s UFOs over Pittsburgh

– More guest announcements coming soon…

 

www.horrorrealmcon.com

Horror Realm 2015

MOHNSTER CON Film, Memorabilia & Pop Culture Festival May 24th & 25th.

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MOHNSTER CON Film, Memorabilia & Pop Culture Festival

 

May 24th & 25th.

 

Mohnster Con is a new film festival located in North East Ohio. Get a chance to meet & greet with local film makers, purchase movie memorabilia, meet authors, celebrities, and even get a chance to audition for local films. There will also be vendors seeking models for projects such as horror calendars. All proceeds go towards Mohnster Productions new Horror Film being filmed in the valley.

 

Where?

 

 

Best Western-Meander Inn

870 CANFIELD NILES RD

YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO

44515

 

Price’s                                                          Show Times

1Day $5.00                                    Saturday May 24th 11AM-8PM

2 Days $8.00                                 Sunday May 25th 10AM-6PM

Children 12 & Free

For more information:

Call Zombie Joe (330) 509-5336

Email: eeriefrequencyjoemohn@yahoo.com

 

Website: http://eeriefrequencyjoem.wix.com/mohnster-con

 

Guests:

Shane Kimple (Dead Life, Dead Life 2)

 

Chris Hahn (WWE Wrestler Johnny Paradise)

 

Ashley Shaw (MODEL, Star of Joey Mohn’s “Gruesome”)

 

Abby Kay Luse (MODEL, Star of Joey Mohn’s “Gruesome”)

 

Joey Mohn (Director of Night of the Cannibals, Chronicles of A Serial Killer, The Sickness)

 

Travis Bowen (The Girl, Shadows in the Woods, Midnight Massacre)

 

Bryan Humphrey (Star of Chronicles of a Serial Killer)

 

More to be announced!!!

 

 

VENDOR TABLES ONLY $50 FOR THE WEEKEND

 

 

Payment Info: Make check or money order payable to: MOHNSTER CON, send payment to MOHNSTER CON, 51 E Howard St, Girard, Ohio 44420.

 

PayPal Info: You can email us payments at eeriefrequencyjoemohn@yahoo.com

 

For Questions Contact: 330-509-5336 or email eeriefrequencyjoemohn@yahoo.com

 

Prices for tables:               Website: http://eeriefrequencyjoem.wix.com/mohnster-con

1 Table is $50 each until May 1st, 2014

1 Table is $75 each after May 1st, 2014 if not sold out

4 Tables are $125 until May 1st, 2014 or $175 after May 1st, 2012 if not sold out

 

*Show times: 11am to 8pm Saturday May 24th, 10am to 6pm Sunday May 25th.

*Two vendor passes are provided with each table purchase, additional passes for vendors are half off the regular admission price.

*We require a deposit of half down for tables with the balance paid in full one week prior to the event.

Dealer table for Horror Realm 2014 is up!

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Horror Realm, Pittsburgh’s modern horror convention, is pleased to announce that the Spring Break Massacre returns for a full weekend in 2014.

 

The show will be March 7 to 9 at the Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh South.  Discounted room rates will be available; details will be released soon.

 

We are now accepting dealer registrations for the spring show.  The registration form with table rates and payment options is attached.  All tables are $125 (with a discount for multiples).  Wall space is limited and will be placed on a first paid, first placed basis.

 

This is our second year of a full weekend in the spring and while we are growing, we do not expect the same level of attendance as our fall show.  As a result, we are limiting the number of tables available to 50 to ensure fair sales competition and variety.  Our tables have consistently sold out so if you want a space, please complete the agreement and return with payment as soon as possible.

 

We can also offer sponsorship packages at various levels and costs to provide additional exposure for your business both on-site at the convention and through our pre-show promotional efforts using our proprietary horror fan mailing list, social media subscriber contacts, media press releases and collateral materials.  Benefits provided to sponsors can include naming rights, complimentary exhibit space and admissions, web site promotion, etc.  Please contact Sandy Stuhlfire at info@horrorrealmcon.com to inquire about sponsorship opportunities.

 

If you can’t attend but would like to promote your business at Horror Realm, please contact us to discuss options such as donating prizes or giveaways, web advertising, etc.

 

Horror Realm is a small but growing convention with a reputation for being a fun, fan-friendly event with a relaxed and welcoming vibe.  Attendance has grown with the favorable word of mouth of our patrons, dealers and guests who have enjoyed our shows.  We offer some different and unusual programming, events, contests and parties to attract attendees.   The show will feature the dealer room, VHS viewing room, film festival, panels, events, entertainment and the return of our Zombie Gras party.

 

We are working on guest contracts and will have announcements soon.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Sandy at info@horrorrealmcon.com.   Thank you!