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Get an Up-close Look at the 2013 Monsterpalooza Museum





Get an Up-close Look at the 2013 Monsterpalooza MuseumThe 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.

Monsterpalooza is a three-day convention featuring some of the most notable names in monsters, makeup, and special effects. It's about monsters, the people who make them, and the fans who make them popular. The event has something for everyone and includes film fests; a cool museum with original monsters; animatronics; original screen-used props, costumes, and art; discussion panels; makeup classes; and more. It's held at the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in Burbank, and some of this year's guests included Linda Blair, Martin Landau, Danny Glover, Barbara Steele, Eric Roberts, Virginia Madsen, Tom Savini, and Kyra Schon.

This is truly a convention not to be missed; for more info visit Monsterpalooza.com and 'like' Monsterpalooza on Facebook.

Check Out Our 2013 Monsterpalooza Image Gallery Straight from the Show Floor!

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James Coker's picture

aaaah! i cant wait to run into you two,buz,condit and Johnathan lewis at the next horror convention


Submitted by James Coker on Mon, 04/15/2013 - 7:42pm.
James Coker's picture

you and Creepy were right debbie, I dont think any horror convention I will go to next will live up to "MonsterPooza" :)


Submitted by James Coker on Mon, 04/15/2013 - 3:44pm.
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Debi Moore's picture

Yep, you definitely started at the top! It was great to meet you and hang out. Look forward to the next time!


Submitted by Debi Moore on Mon, 04/15/2013 - 4:46pm.

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