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Chiodo Bros., Ben Von Strawn and BPAL Sign at Dark Delicacies for Be-Bopping in the Park

On Saturday August 21st from 3:00p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Dark Delicacies will be partying with Be-Bopping in the Park. Magnolia Blvd in front of the store will closed off for three blocks and then be filled up with classic cars. 14,000 people are expected to walk through the event. During that time Dark Delicacies will be featuring in-store the Chiodo …

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Autopsy of the Dead: screening at Horror Realm

Autopsy of the Dead screening at Horror Realm  Documentary honors Night of the Living Dead; cast & crew to appear  Pittsburgh, PA – August 6, 2010 – Horror Realm, Pittsburgh’s modern horror convention, honors the area’s horror roots with a screening of the documentary Autopsy of the Dead.  Autopsy of the Dead is a historical documentary which was produced to …

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Famous Monsters Convention 2010

On July 9-11, 2010 Wyndham Hotel and Conference Center hosted Famous Monsters of Filmland Convention to bring together horror fans from all over the Midwest for a celebration for all things horror. This was Famous Monsters of Filmland’s first convention in Indianapolis, IN with much to prepare and anticipate after a very successful Horrorhound Weekend just three months prior in the …

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Crypticon 2009

Dates: 10/16-18, 2009 Location: Reliant Center- Houston, Texas Guests: Courtney Gains, Michael Berryman, Edwin Neal, Eileen Dietz, Kristy Swanson, Lloyd Kaufman, Teri McMinn, Dee Wallace Stone, Jonathan Breck and Adriane Barbeau among others Review: Hell-o, Horror geeks and freaks! I’m here to tell you which Horror conventions were worth the buck or a flying f*ck! Of course, all of them progress …

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Dragoncon 2009

Dragon Con. Those words ring out through the world of geek fandom like an innocent but determined war cry. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, imagine that one house in the neighborhood that really goes all out for Halloween. Now imagine the house next to it is doing the same thing except it is celebrating Gene Roddenberry’s birthday. …

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