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Mondo Bringing a New Halloween Poster to This Weekend's Halloween: 35 Years of Terror ConventionWe told you earlier this month about “Halloween: 35 Years of Terror,” taking place November 15-17 in Pasadena, CA, and if you weren’t sure about attending, this latest news should help you decide in the affirmative.

Mondo, the company that creates awesome limited edition screen printed posters for all of our favorite classic and contemporary films in addition to vinyl movie soundtracks, VHS re-issues, and apparel, is heading to the show; and below you’ll find info on what they’re bringing with them.

From Mondo’s Press Release:
This coming Friday and Saturday (November 16 and 17), we will be attending the HALLOWEEN: 35 YEARS OF TERROR convention in Pasadena, CA. We are honored to be invited to celebrate such a milestone for the franchise. And, as our West Coast fans know by now, we wouldn’t just come to town empty-handed.

Come by Booth #101 anytime during the convention hours, and you can pick up a brand new poster for HALLOWEEN by Jock and a special variant version of our HALLOWEEN soundtrack featuring alternate artwork by Phantom City Creative, pressed on 180-gram translucent orange with black splatter (limited to 1,000 copies).

You can see more photos of the packaging and the vinyl itself on the Mondo blog.

Be sure to also visit the 35 Years of Terror website, where you’ll find the full guest list, ticket info, and lots more.

18″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Edition of 350. Printed by D&L Screenprinting. $45
Mondo Bringing a New Halloween Poster to This Weekend's Halloween: 35 Years of Terror Convention

Original music by John Carpenter. Packaging design by Phantom City Creative.
2XLP in deluxe gatefold jacket pressed on 180-gram orange vinyl with black splatter. $30

Mondo Bringing a New Halloween Poster to This Weekend's Halloween: 35 Years of Terror Convention

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