The Midwest Haunters Convention in Columbus Ohio is considered by many in the haunted attraction industry of being among one of the most popular trade shows, second to TransWorld itself. And with the recent purchase of MHC by the organizers of TransWorld, it’s also been highly anticipated by attendees to see what changes might happen with the show and it’s new owners. Find out what changed inside!
Tickets are now on sale for “Halloween Horror Nights” at Universal Studios Hollywood as Southern California’s leading Halloween event becomes “More Dead Than Ever,” expanding to 22 select nights with more mazes than ever, from Friday, September 19 through Sunday, November 2, 2014.Read Article
Every year we wait to hear where HAuNTcon will be held. Now we know where we can book all those hotel and travel arrangements for!Read Article
Rob Zombie previously announced that his ‘Great American Nightmare’ Halloween horror attraction will take place in Scottsdale, Ariz., in 2014, but that’s not the only location. The rocker/director has just revealed that he’ll also bring his ‘Nightmare’ to the Midwest, setting up shop at the Odeum Expo in Villa Park, Illinois, near Chicago.Read Article
According to Joe Ripple of Scares that Care, there WILL be a return of the Scares That Care Weekend Horror Convention. Despite not making what they had hoped to in order to help those families in need, they were able to pay all their bills, and due to overwhelming fan support have announced that “Scares That Care! Weekend Convention – Part 2″ will take place July 23rd-26th, 2015, at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in beautiful Williamsburg, Virginia. Tickets and Hotel information will be coming soon.Read Article
During a panel at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con, Sam Raimi says that he’s currently developing a TV based on the Evil Dead franchise.Read Article