Creation’s Weekend of Horrors Re-Animator Reunion Grows Bigger

Another addition to what’s shaping up to be the mother of all Re-Animator reunions has been made! You can add Dr. Dan Cain himself, Bruce Abbott, to the festivities, which also include appearances by Barbara Crampton, Robert Sampson, Stuart Gordon, Jeffrey Combs, and Dennis Paoli.

Here are the whens and wheres!

Fri., Sat., & Sun.
May 21-23, 2010
Marriott Los Angeles Airport
5855 West Century Blvd.

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Creation's Weekend of Horror Re-Animator Reunion Grows Bigger

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  • HorrorMaven

    Holy crap! I AM SO THERE!!!! 😀 Braving a Creation con is worth it to meet Bruce & Barbara!

  • Vanvance1

    I wouldn’t miss it, but I’m in Vancouver so we don’t get decent theatre or music (well rarely).

    I hope this play inspires Gordon and Paoli to work together again. I can’t wait for the next Lovecraft inspired outing (loved Dagon).

  • Vanvance1

    What is Stuart Gordon working on now? He’s one of the best and most underrated directors working in the genre.

    That he has troubles securing budgets for his films depresses me. I don’t think I’ve seen anything he has made that wasn’t at least INTERESTING even if it didn’t work.

    P.S. Stuck was great.

    • The Woman In Black

      He’s had his hands full lately with the play Nevermore starring Jeffrey Combs. If it hits the road again and comes anywhere near you, don’t miss it!

    • HorrorMaven

      I agree, Stuck was great. I had the opportunity to see it at the theater, too. I’ve heard Stuart is also contemplating doing a romantic comedy about the story of how he and his wife met. 🙂 Sounds really different and neat!