Flint Horror Con 2013 is Saturday, October 19, 2013
12pm - 10pm
~ 2013 Guests ~
*Due to unforeseen circumstances MIKE MUNDY of THE WALKING DEAD had to cancel for this year. We're all very sorry and hope you understand.
MASTER OF TERROR-MOANING
Following in the footsteps of Cleveland's legendary 60s horror host, Ghoulardi, The Son of Ghoul has himself become an Ohio television icon. And with 27 consecutive years on the air, he is among the longest running costumed horror hosts in the nation!
Son of Ghoul brings a high-spirited rock and roll attitude to those bad old movies we love to hate, spicing up the likes of The Wasp Woman, The Corpse Grinders and Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla with a lively variety of goofy sound effects and crazy music.
We are absolutely thrilled to welcome our newest guest to the 2013 Flint Horror Con. He was the star of the seminal vampire film MARTIN and appeared in George Romero's classics DAWN OF THE DEAD and DAY OF THE DEAD as well as many other feature films.
We are honored to welcome actor JOHN AMPLAS as a guest to the 2013 Flint Horror Con!
DEBBIE ROCHON Debbie Rochon has appeared in numerous genre films, hosted horror themed radio shows, the most recent was for Fangoria Radio on Sirius/XM from 2006 -2010, and also pens for Fangoria magazine which features her column Diary of the Deb. In 2012 she was honored with the inaugural Ingrid Pitt Award for Excellence and Perseverance in Horror. Her many credits include TROMEO AND JULIET, AMERICAN NIGHTMARE, THEATRE BIZARRE, COLOUR FROM THE DARK, SICK BOY, EXHUMED and SLIME CITY MASSACRE to name a few. Her upcoming starring roles include WRATH OF THE CROWS, NIGHTMARE BOX, AXE TO GRIND, SERIAL KALLER and DRY BONES. Debbie is currently in post production for her feature film directorial debut MODEL HUNGER.
Jeanie Jefferies is best known as the 'Blonde Zombie' in horror classic Dawn of the Dead (she's the zombie that almost gets Roger in the semi) but she also worked as a make-up artist on the film along side Tom Savini. She later went on to work on Knightriders as well as appearing in Midnight 2. We are thrilled to have Ms. Jefferies joining us this year and if you're gathering Dawn of the Dead autographs then here's one more to add to the collection!
On a sheerly nerdy level, to have Tom Sullivan, the father of the Book of the Dead from the Evil Dead franchise as a friend to the convention is completely humbling. There are few horror legends that are as kind and approachable as Tom and he has been a champion for our con and for that we can't thank him enough.
Tom is know by most for his work with the Evil Dead franchise but that is just the tip of the iceberg. An accomplished artist, Tom has worked on films like The Fly 2 and has done art for Chaosium's Cthulhu offerings as well as fine horror art for his own projects.
A renowned lecturer on the paranormal, Mr. Tenney became a quick fan favorite at the 2011 convention and his deep knowledge and storytelling technique brings to life the world of the strange and bizarre and he is one guest you won't want to miss speaking to.
From his Bio
Researcher/Lecturer John E.L. Tenney has been actively involved in the field of paranormal/anomalistic/
conspiratorial research for well-over two decades. His columns, spanning the fields of UFOlogy and hauntings to conspiracy theories and cryptozoology, have been printed in magazines and newspapers world-wide. He has also been interviewed extensively on the internet, radio and television. It is estimated that over the past 20 years more than 40,000 people have attended one of Mr. Tenney's signature "Weird Lectures". John is a starring cast member of the A&E show Paranormal State: The New Class, which airs on the A&E channel. Aside from his lectures and due to his extended time involved in anomalistic research he has acted as a consultant for numerous companies, films and televison shows including, but not limited to, Unsolved Mysteries, Paramount, Fox, NBC, SyFy and The New York Times. John is one of the very few private individuals who has ever been contacted by The Vatican to participate in an exorcism sanctioned by The Holy See.
In 2011 Mr. Tenney created Realm of the Weird a bi-weekly podcast modeled after the old time horror radio shows of the 1940′s -1960′s. Listeners are presented with startling, chilling and weird tales, based in fact, from the actual case files of Mr. Tenney. Realm of the Weird was recently awarded Best Podcast in Michigan by Real Detroit Weekly. 2012 will see the release of two new books authored by Mr. Tenney, "One Last Thing" (a book chronicling his experiments in Instrumental Transcommunication) and "Haunted Saucers" ( a historical look at how UFOs and Hauntings may be connected).
William N McHugh - director SCREAMER - The Art Of Terror
In this documentary, director William N McHugh travels to haunted attractions in the U.S. while following the progress of two underdog horror artisans trying to break into the business of terror entertainment.
Directed by William N McHugh. Music Composed by Terry Robinson.
Guest interviews: Leonard Pickel, Edward Douglas, Larry Kirchner.
We will also be showing SCREAMER in our movie room.
asmine Lassiter a.k.a Lil Jazzy J is a 20 year old female from flint Michigan standing at 3"9 and is an inspiring upcoming actress, model, Comedian, and entertainer, on the rise. She is very strong and had allot of faith an is a overcomer of so many obstacles also a miracle child. She plays a Munchkin in the new Oz the great and powerful, Jasmine is one of the smallest things with the tallest dreams.
Actress Jasmine Lassiter is a Flint resident and most recently appeard in Oz - The Great and Powerful.
The grand ghoul of gore returns to the FHC this year to terrify and entice fans once again. A longtime musician, Lucifer Fulci has been working in the music and horror business for nearly twenty years and has more stories than you have time. He has been in bands such as Penis Flytrap and has been seen in Bubba Ho-Tep and other films. He is an actor, musician, writer, and an all around terrifying guy. Lucifer will have his books and music on hand as well as a good scowl or two if you're nice.
Mark Bloodworth is an artist and storyteller. He created the critically favored, urban crime comic book, Nightstreetsfor Arrow Comics during "The Black and White Independent Explosion of the Eighties" from 1985-89. In early 1990, he took over art chores on another Arrow title called Deadworld. After a few issues Mark had taken over both art and writing chores on the book. In 1991, he was contracted by Marvel Comics to create character design, spot illos, and story art for Clive Barker's: Hellraiser. Throughout the rest of that decade and into the new millennium he illustrated many titles, such as, Cheerleaders From Hell, Jack The Ripper, Raven Chronicles, The Ripper Legacy(from Caliber Comics), the critically hailed Abel, written by William Harms (from AiT/Planet Lar), and three plates forZorro: The Masters Edition, Vol 1 (from Pulp Adventures). Mark's artwork can be seen in his Midnight Mortuary, an homage to the great black & white comic monster magazines of the 1970's, Deadworld Chronicles (from Desperado), as well as working with talents Shannon Denton, Christopher Long, and Rob Worley on a series of children's books called Short Tales (released through the Magic Wagon wing of ABDO Publishing).
For over a two decades working as a commercial artist providing services, concept art, presentation graphics, rendered images, logos, and a mountain of storyboards for many advertising, apparel and marketing agencies from coast to coast.
In the past few years Mark has been creating original sketch card artwork for various series released from 5finity,Breygent, and Galans Sketch Cards.
Most recently, Mark's artwork can be seen in the 2011 original graphic novel Deadworld: The Last Siesta (from IDW).
All guest appearances are confirmed but subject to possible cancellation due to professional obligations
and opportunities beyond the control of Flint Horror Convention. We appreciate your understanding.