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.
In a departure from my long-standing and hopefully generally objective approach to genre journalism, in regard to this past weekend’s Monsterpalooza 3 (see our extensive photo gallery below), I’d like to comment, “OMFG this show is the most fucking amazing horror convention anyone has ever attended!”
We tell you guys every year that one of the most badass conventions you should be attending is Eliot Brodsky's Monsterpalooza in Burbank, California; and once again we're putting two pairs of tickets where our mouth is. Read on for the details of how you can snag one of the pairs for yourself and a friend.
One of the coolest conventions Dread Central attends each year is Eliot Brodsky's Monsterpalooza in Burbank, California, and this year it promises even more fun and mayhem with the addition of a badass Saturday evening presentation of "The Hong Show" on April 9th. Here are the details: THE HONG SHOW - An Evening with James Hong Featuring Film Clips and Q&A
Every year there are a few things that we as horror fans look forward to. But there are even fewer things we look forward to more than Eliot Brodsky's incredible California show, Monsterpalooza! That's right, kids! The mother of all monster shows will be coming back next April, and we have the 411! From the Press Release: MONSTERPALOOZA - THE ART OF MONSTERS
When it comes to horror conventions, we here at Dread Central are pretty damned jaded. We always make it a point to show up to party and even give away tons of free stuff at events all over the country. Speaking personally, during my convention going tenure I thought I had seen it all. I don't think I've ever been happier to be wrong.
Live in LA or planning to be in the area Friday-Sunday, April 9–11, 2010, and looking for something completely badass to do? Yeah? Good! Because we've got your chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to dig on this year's Monsterpalooza show!
With the second annual and highly anticipated horror convention Monsterpalooza – The Art of Monsters returning Friday, April 9–11, 2010, to The Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel in Burbank, CA (get your tickets here now, and how could you not, when they’re only $20 a day?), Dread caught up with the con’s creator, Eliot Brodsky, to talk about the F/X and monster-heavy event.
We're exactly two months away from the second annual Monsterpalooza, which is returning to the Marriott Burbank Convention Center April 9-11, 2010. To help get people fired up for the event, which features special effects artists from the horror industry along with their many works, the promoters have revealed the expanded guest list along with a slew of presentations and demos that will be taking place over the weekend.
One convention that we heard nothing but good things about earlier this year was Monsterpalooza (read our event report here) in Burbank, CA, which featured special effects artists from the horror industry along with their many works. So we are very happy to report that it will be returning to the Marriott Burbank Convention Center April 9-11, 2010.
The date is the 31st of May, 2009. Let me just say this first and foremost; I go to a shit ton of conventions. Shit ton as in a whole lot of conventions. And believe it or not, I've never done a write-up on any of them. I've filmed plenty of videos at conventions and talked about them on podcasts and what have you, but never written an article about one.
Monsterpalooza is set to stomp the Marriott Burbank Convention Center during the weekend of May 29-31. The convention features special effects artists from the horror industry along with their many works. Highlights include a walk-thru museum of horror monsters and artwork, guest artist celebrities, and a slew of vendors selling original artwork, collectibles, illustrations, masks, props, resin kits, and much more!