HorrorHound Weekend Indianapolis Is Creeping Ever Closer

The wait is almost over my Little Monsters, because in just over a month HorrorHound Weekend will roll into Indianapolis to celebrate 10 years of bringing genre fans together with horror legends, celebrity guests, filmmakers, monster makers, victims, survivors. final girls and maybe even some final boys.

You may be asking yourself, “why should I go?” There will be reunions of characters from Friday the 13th Part 2, The Lost Boys, The Goonies, Bates Motel and Buffy The Vampire Slayer (the TV series), as well as a plethora of other celebrity guests from some of your favorite classic and contemporary horror films. There are even tickets available for photo-ops  with many of the celebrity guests.

                                                

Have I got your attention yet? Do you require more motivation to attend? Because there is more.

There is also MaskFest, featuring the likes of Tom Savini, Ed and Marsha Edmunds, Mikey Rotella, James Azrael of The HSPPA and many other talented effects artists and mask makers. There will also be a bevy of vendors and artists offering up some wicked awesome merchandise.

And as they say in every infomercial, “BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!” There will be various guest Q&A panels, and The HorrorHound Film Festival. Saturday night will feature the annual Night Terror’s event, where VIP and weekend pass holders can enjoy musical performances by Stellar Corpses, G Tom Mac, Tim Cappello , as well as the Horrors of Cosplay costume contest.

OK…how about I quit telling  you all about the festivities and you go ahead and click on over to the HorrorHound Weekend website or Facebook page for more details,  updates and possible guest additions.

Just remember my Little Monsters, you’ll have nothing to fear if you act quickly and purchase your single day, weekend passes or VIP Passes, as well as tickets for photo-ops. So run, scurry, flee and come celebrate HorrorHound Weekend’s 10th Anniversary, because if you miss out it would be truly terrifying.

About T. Love

I am a lifelong student of films, both recreationally and academically. My love of horror films began at the tender age of 6 when I saw my first horror film, Robert Wise’s 1963 version of The Haunting. While I have a specific penchant for the paranormal, I have an appreciation for all avenues of horror cinema. Besides writing about horror, I also (try in vain to) create horror fiction in story or screenplay form, as well as collecting and creating horror themed art. If there’s a con in my area featuring horror movie celebs and guests, you can usually find me there.

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