|GET TICKETS NOW!|
Tickets can be pre-ordered right now (via PayPal) over at www.hudsonhorror.com for $26.00. If you don't pre-order (you'll wish that you had) you will have to pay $30.00 at the door and watch as all the people who pre-ordered their tickets online, file into the theater before you, and get the best seats. Also, be sure to bring extra money for the vendors who will be selling a vast array of DVDs, Blu-rays, DVD-Rs, action figures, comics books, etc!
I can't wait to see what the other three (four?) films that make up this show's already impressive roster. (I'm personally hoping for another kaiju film, or maybe a crazy Shaw Bros. flick like "Infra-Man!")
Also of interest to all you Horror fans out there, are the three new t-shirt designs from those magnificent folks at Fright-Rags! They've got a Limited Edition THE WOMAN tee available now; there's only 200 in existence and they are $24.95 apiece! Also new to the Fright-Rags catalog is a really cool shirt design for Adam Green's "Frozen" ($21.95) and the hilariously awesome parody tee, "Zombie Wars" (also $21.95)! Check out all the designs below, then head over to Fright-Rags and treat yourself. Go ahead, you've earned it!
|Only 200 available! Order NOW!|
|Warning: This shirt may give you hard nipples!|
|Zombies Wars: A New.... BRAAAAAINS!|
Lastly, I have been working on the Vault a LOT lately. Some of the stuff you can easily see (the RSS Feeds on the home page for instance) but a lot of it has been technical stuff behind the scenes to keep the site running smoothly. Everything is tuned up now, so I can finally add some new content! Expect a new article (about my day at the Hudson Horror Show IV) and new review (ROBOT MONSTER IN 3D!) to pop up on (hopefully) Monday! With that stuff completed, I can look to the future which involves a hefty checklist of things I want to accomplish before 2012 ends including:
- Add screencaps to any and all reviews on the site that are currently lacking them.
- Fixing up and posting all of the old reviews from the dusty Vault archives.
- Setting up a regular update schedule so the site doesn't lay fallow for months at a time.
- Get some guest writers to contribute to the Vault. (I can't pay you, but I can send screeners your way. Work for freebies!)
- Record some new podcasts; maybe bring some "guests" onto my show. (Guests being fellow movie nerds.)
- Record and edit some video reviews for my Youtube Channel. (Along with continuing my Riff Brothers web project.)
- Start doing interviews with folks in the (b)film industry!