Lethal Ladies Of Horror Film Festival, 29 March 2014

Lethal Ladies of Horror
Lethal Ladies of Horror

You can’t keep a lethal lady down. Flicks for Fans and Arrow in the Head, the team behind last year’s Evil Dead Fest, are proud to present the resurrection of the all new Lethal Ladies of Horror Film Festival Saturday, 29 March, 2014 at the famed art deco-themed 1940s built Crest Theatre in Westwood, CA. This will be an amazing event for all film fans and those with an appreciation for strong roles by women in horror. As always Flicks for Fans will have much for fans who attend the fest including great concession specials, cool Lethal Ladies themed décor and even rare trailers and ads – it’s going to be a night to remember.

Beginning the evening will be Sam Raimi’s horror classic Drag Me To Hell with a special Q&A appearance by evil gypsy woman Lorna Raver. Next up, fans of Night of the Comet will be in for a treat with lethal ladies Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelli Maroney in attendance to represent the ’80s classic for a special 30th Anniversary screening in 35mm.

Finally, Flicks for Fans is proud to not only present a big screen presentation of the John Carpenter classic Christine, but there will also be a special viewing of Christineherself – the 1958 Plymouth Fury. This is one of only two cars left in existence that was actually used in the film and it will be on display for fans to enjoy. Plus as a bonus we will have various cast and crew from Christine in house as well for a Q&A after the show.

Flicks for Fans is once again teaming up with iconic horror site Arrow in the Head for this fest and Arrow writer James “Jimmy O” Oster will again host and moderate the event.

Cost: $30 General Admission / $25.50 Student & SAG-AFTRA Members.

The Festival is on the same weekend as Monsterpalooza so fans from out of town could hit that event during the day Saturday and Lethal Ladies at night for a perfect day (pizza and Elvira sodas will be served!).

The Crest Theater is located at 1262 Westwood Blvd, Westwood, CA 90024.

Tickets are on-sale at the Crest Box Office or online at www.crestwestwood.com.

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Robert Beltran To Guest At Collectormania 21 (UK)

Collector Mania

Night of the Comet star Robert Beltran (Hector) is scheduled to be a Guest at this year’s Collectormania 21 in Milton Keynes, UK.

The event, held in the New Area and Stadium in Milton Keynes, UK will be held from Friday 16 May to Sunday 18 May 2014.

Other Guests include: Garrett Wang (Star Trek), Kenny Baker (Star Wars), Colin Baker (Dr Who) and Tony Todd, (Candyman)

The event has FREE general admission with the option to purchase limited Golden ticket and Photo Shoot tickets in advance. For further information on guests and tickets see the Collectormania website.

Night Of The Comet Fan Art Sketches By Michael Ramstead

© Michael Ramstead http://michaelramstead.com/

Long Beach artist Michael Ramstead set himself the challenge of watching a horror movie every day during the month of October 2013 and producing a sketch inspired by each film. Night of the Comet was included on the list and here is Michael’s fabulous sketch of Reggie and Sam. Michael also produced a Christmas-themed Night of the Comet sketch that you can see in the Fan Art Gallery.

You can read an interview with Michael about the project over at Yay! LA Magazineand you can view all of the sketches on his Statigram page, and more of his work on his website.

Don’t Mess With The Ladies

© Maria Vitan 2014 – mariakvitan.com, mariatumbles.tumblr.com

The Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, New York is currently running a collection called It Came From 1984. One of the pieces in the collection is this rather nice 8 x 12 inch Giclee print by Maria Vitan entitled Don’t Mess With The Ladies. You can view more of Maria’s work on her website mariakvitan.com and tumblr page,mariatumbles.tumblr.com.

The Bottleneck Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY, is a contemporary art space founded by Joe Bouganim, Josh Harris and Arseny Libon. The gallery’s main focus is to support all emerging and established artists and to bring them exposure in New York City. In turn, the gallery donates a portion of all proceeds from their solo and group exhibitions to a variety of charities.

EPIX All-Day Zombie-Thon


New US movie-TV channel EPIX will be screening Night of the Comet as part of an all-day zombie-thon on 15 March 2014.

Night of the Comet will screen at 7.35am (ET) and again at 1.45pm (ET). The Zombie-thon will also feature a re-mastered high-definition version of George Romero’s cult classic Night of the Living Dead, as well as the TV premiere of last year’s zombie blockbuster World War Z with other films including White Zombie, House of the Dead 2, Zombies of Mass Destruction, Nightmare City, Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead and Zombie Lake.

The highlight of the day will be the premier screening at 8pm (ET) of the original documentary, Doc of the Dead, directed by Alexandre O Philippe and includes George A. Romero (Dawn of the Dead), Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead), Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead), Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead) and author Max Brooks (The Zombie Survival Guide, World War Z).