Join us for a weekend of blood and mayhem as we’ll be sponsoring the next HorrorHound Weekend, which takes place July 6-8 in in Indianapolis, Indiana! Not only will there be tons of vendors and amazing guest appearances, but this year will include the first ever HorrorHound Film Festival as part of the Mid-West Film Festival! Tickets are now available and tables are also on sale for vendors. Read on for details and to see which stars you’ll be meeting in person!
HORRORHOUND WEEKEND ADVANCE TICKETS
Bloody-Disgusting.com and the Convention All-Stars present:
HorrorHound Weekend July 6-8
For the first time ever in Indianapolis, Indiana!
7202 East 21st St., Indianapolis, IN 46219
Special Guests Include: Michael Biehn (Terminator, Grindhouse), Andrew Bryniarski (Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Sid Haig (Devils Rejects), Bill Moseley (Devils Rejects), Tony Todd (Candyman), Ken Foree (From Beyond, Devils Rejects), James Duval (Donnie Darko), Tom Savini (Grindhouse), PJ Soles (Halloween), Tony Moran (Halloween), Tommy Lee Wallace (Halloween 3, It), Michael Bailey Smith (The Hills Have Eyes), Jennifer Lim (Hostel), Roberto Campanella (Pyramid Head from Silent Hill), Walter Phelan (Dr. Satan from House of 1000 Corpses), Lloyd Kaufman (Troma), Ari Lehman (The First Jason, Friday the 13th), Sean Clark (Horrors Hallowed Grounds), Joe Knetter (Zombie Bukkake) and many others yet to be announced will be on hand to meet guests, sign autographs and take pictures!*
The Mid-West Film Festival (sponsored by Bloody-Disgusting.com) will feature some of the newest films, as well as first-time sneak peeks at upcoming features such as Rob Zombie’s Halloween, Skinwalkers, One Missed Call, Trick R Treat, 30 Days of Night and Saw IV. Do you have a movie you would like to be screened in this special festival? Contact us at [email protected]!*
Check out the official HorrorHound Weekend website at HorrorHoundWeekend.com for updates and information regarding guests, ticket information, hotel information and vendor availability.
*All guests are subject to change due to filming commitments out of the promoter’s control. Film Festival details are also subject to change pending on availability of titles.