This writer hit Son of Monsterpalooza over the weekend at the Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel in Burbank, CA, and between navigating my way through hordes of horror fans and FX demonstrations managed to bring back a slew of photos. Read on!
It's never too early to start planning…and horror fans in the LA/Burbank area know that Son of Monsterpalooza is certainly an event to put on their calendars! Read on for the first info on this year's event.
The DC crew had a blast at this past weekend's Monsterpalooza, and in case you weren't able to come out to Burbank, CA, for the show, we have an up-close and personal look at what is hands down the highlight of the event year in and year out: the Monsterpalooza Museum.
Elliot Brodsky’s spring 2013 Monsterpalooza convention was a rousing success as usual, and if you weren’t there... well, that’s just unacceptable! But to show we're happy to share - and to whet your appetites for the next one - here are some photos from the infamous event.
If you thought you were too late to enjoy this year's Monsterpalooza in Burbank, CA, think again! Tickets are still available, and if you act now, you can find yourself rubbing elbows with some fantastic genre celebs while checking out amazingly horrific presentations. Do it!
Burbank will once again be filled with award-winning F/X artists, horror celebs and legions of adoring fans as Monsterpalooza will be held at the Marriott Burbank Convention Center on April 12-14. Read on for the details available thus far.
Now here’s some cool news coming out of the Son of Monsterpalooza convention. None other than Metallica's Kirk Hammett has been added to the celebrity guest roster that will be appearing at the Marriott Burbank Convention Center on October 26-28.
What do you get when you cross the wildly popular Monsterpalooza festival with the Halloween season? You get Son of Monsterpalooza, a brand new fest that will rise on October 26-28 at the Marriott Burbank Hotel and Convention Center.
We're sure by now you've heard of the wondrous show known as Monsterpalooza. Simply put, it's pure magic. This gathering has the uncanny power to turn any fan, regardless of how jaded he or she may be, into an instant child experiencing the glory of monsters for the first time.
The Monsterpalooza event in Los Angeles, California, has quickly, and we mean quickly, become the premier convention for horror fans from all over the world. Though it has more than its fair share of celebrity guests, what sets this event apart from the rest is one simple thing...
Dread Central hit Monsterpalooza this past weekend, and one of the many amazing sights we witnessed was the An American Werewolf in London panel, which assembled the principals for an in-depth chat regarding the seminal film. We brought back some video for your viewing pleasure.
This writer hit the madness of the Monsterpalooza expo in L.A. and between navigating my way through hordes of horror fans, juicy panels, networking and FX demonstrations managed to bring back a slew of photos. Read on!
Emce Toys, the brand that revived the classic Mego style 1/9-scale “retro cloth” action figures of the 1970s, is partnering with the Monsterpalooza convention to create limited edition handcrafted Mego-scale exclusives for the April 2012 event in Burbank, California.
That's right, all you West Coast monster fans! The date is set, and the roster of celebrities is already looking like a who's who of horror! The next Monsterpalooza: The Art of Monsters will be held April 13th-15th, 2012, at the Marriott Burbank Convention Center in Burbank, California. You have been warned!
For our money there's no greater convention in the entire world than Eliot Brodsky's incredible Monsterpalooza, is held each year in Los Angeles. What sets it apart from the rest is that it isn't about meeting celebrities (though there are plenty on hand both signing and just walking around enjoying the show) and getting autographs. This show is about one thing and one thing only: MONSTERS! Which is why we're nothing short of ecstatic that Brodsky is looking to expand his universe with Monsterpalooza Magazine.