Weekend of Horrors
Horror fans, today is a sad day indeed. The folks at Creation Entertainment announced this morning via their Weekend of Horror Twitter account that they've scrapped any plans for upcoming WOH events during the next year.
Creation's Weekend of Horrors reared its head last weekend (May 14 & 15) at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott, and we've got an image gallery waiting for you that's packed to the gills with horror royalty and spooky goodness.
Some news is coming out of L.A.'s big genre dance, the Creation Weekend of Horrors, and of course we were on the scene to bring you the goods. Read on for all the details fit to print!
The Weekend of Horrors returns to Los Angeles for its 25th year this coming Saturday and Sunday, May 14th and 15th, with the gory best of terror talent from both film and TV. This fright-filled weekend event will be held at the LAX Marriott Hotel, 5855 West Century Boulevard in Los Angeles. From the Press Release: Headliners will include:
It's coming upon us like a dark shadow consuming the wall beside our beds. That's right, kids, Creation's Weekend of Horrors will be here before you know it and we've got your hot tickets to get in for free on us! Dig it!
The guest list for one of spring's biggest and baddest conventions, Creation Entertainment's Weekend of Horrors, is starting to take shape; and with names like John Carpenter and Asia Argento at the top of it, we're sure it's one you won't want to miss.
This past weekend (October 15-17) was quite a busy one for the horror community. On the East Coast was Rock & Shock while on the West Coast there were, amongst others, the Screamfest film festival, the 2010 Scream Awards, and the Weekend of Horrors. As a regular West Coast convention-goer, yours truly attended Creation's Weekend of Horrors at the Burbank Airport Marriott.
Along with providing info on a few more auctions that have been put together in support of “Bowling for Boobies” (two big ones are ending soon!), two members of The Horror Starlets bowling team, horror-nerd/artist Micheline Pitt and actress Carlee Baker (Wicked Lake), will be signing this Saturday, October 16, at Creation's Weekend of Horrors from 12 noon to 3 pm.
Over the past few weeks we've been telling you about some auctions that have been put together in support of “Bowling for Boobies”, and now comes word of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bowl a game with The Horror Starlets themselves including Sarah Butler, Ashlynn Yennie, Tracy Coogan, Brooke Lewis, Carlee Baker, Gabby West, and Micheline Pitt. Read on for the details.
Creation Entertainment has added three new guests to its already packing lineup for the Weekend of Horrors, being held Friday, October 15 through Sunday, October 17, at the Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel.
It's that time of year again! Creation is rolling into LA with another Weekend of Horrors, and we've got your chance to win one of two sets of gold passes that will put you front and center for the entire weekend!
Nothing says October like a horror convention, and Creation's Weekend of Horrors, returning to the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel this October 15-17, is shaping up to be one you don't want to miss. Take a look at the new names that have recently been added to the guest list. JOE PILATO - "Captain Rhodes" in Day of the Dead (all three days)
Along with providing info on a few more auctions that have been put together in support of “Bowling for Boobies”, we're pleased to announce that self-avowed horror nerd, artist and "Deadly Dame" Micheline Pitt has joined Dread Central's The Horror Starlets bowling team!
Creation's Weekend of Horrors is returning to the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel this October 15-17, and aside from Bruce Campbell, we haven't known who's going to be there. Well, that's about to change as the first group of guests has recently been announced. Here's who you can look forward to seeing there: BRUCE CAMPBELL
This past Creation Weekend of Horrors in LA was a memorable event for several different reasons. The guest list was incredible, the panels entertaining, and the atmosphere a lot looser than normal. Like every good show out there, the folks behind the event want to make sure that you, the fans, have a chance to have your say about what they do for the next one ... starting now!