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Horrorfest Signings Galore!

Grab that ass!We just got all the kickass information in about who is signing and where for After Dark’s Eight Films to Die For. The full list is below.

All signings subject to change.

Los Angeles: Mann The Plant/Van Nuys
(Friday and Saturday 11/9 & 11/10 & 11/16 & 11/17 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm)

11/9 – Rolfe Kanefsky, Esther Goodstein, Victor Kanefsky, and Alice Kanefsky- all of (Nightmare Man)

11/10 – Rolfe Kanefsky, Esther Goodstein, Victor Kanefsky, and Alice Kanefsky- all of (Nightmare Man)

11/16 – Rolfe Kanefsky, Esther Goodstein- all of (Nightmare Man)

11/17 – Rolfe Kanefsky, Esther Goodstein- all of (Nightmare Man)

Mann Beverly Center

11/9 – Blythe Metz (Nightmare Man), Zev Berman (Borderland), Courtney Solomon (After Dark Films/ director of An American Haunting), Miss Black Betty (Miss Horrorfest 2006), Miss Horrorfest 2007 (TBA)

11/10 – Blythe Metz from (Nightmare Man)
From Lake Dead- George Bessudo (Director), Daniel P. Coughlin (Writer), Jason Hice (Producer), Kelsey Crane (Cast), Tara Gerard (Cast), Kelsey Wedeen (Cast) (Lake Dead)
Courtney Solomon (After Dark Films/ director of An American Haunting), Miss Black Betty (Miss Horrorfest 2006), Miss Horrorfest 2007 (TBA)

11/16 – Brian Presley, Zev Berman (Borderland)

Philadelphia: AMC Neshaminy (Saturdays only 11/10 & 11/17 from 7pm to 10pm)

11/10 – Kevin E. Scott and John Sachar (TOOTH AND NAIL)

Chicago AMC South Barrington (11/17 from 7pm to 10pm)

11/17 – Tiffany Shepis (Nightmare Man) (Possible location change)

Dallas: AMC Grand 24 (Saturday only 11/10 & 11/17 from 7pm to 10pm)

11/10 – Tiffany Shepis (Nightmare Man)

Even if you cannot make it to the signings, try not to miss out on Horrorfest’s eight films that should be playing in your town. Head on over to Horrorfest’s offical site for theatres and showtimes.

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