Category: Conventions

‘Midsummer Scream’ Halloween Festival set to haunt Long Beach this weekend

Halloween is coming early to Southern California...

Countdown to Halloween 2017: a guide to LA’s best horror-themed summertime events

If LA’s sunny spring weather is cramping your vampire-like lifestyle, take a dive into these blood-soaked events that will be sure to warm your ghoulish heart through the summertime.

Halloween comes early to Los Angeles with ScareLA “Season of the Witch” August 6 and 7.

Check out some of the scary things in store at this weekend's ScareLA convention...

Plot Twist: Lionsgate’s “The Woods” revealed at Comic Con to be a surprise “Blair Witch” sequel.

Surprise! Lionsgate's upcoming Blair Witch had initially been marketed as The Woods, but at its first public screening at San Diego Comic Con on Friday it was revealed instead to be a surprise sequel to the 1999 smash hit The Blair Witch Project. Watch the new trailer here...

SDCC Brings the Scares: Our Guide to the Scariest Stuff on Tap at San Diego Comic Con 2016

Come to the DARK SIDE...of SDCC that is! Just follow this handy guide we've put together of all the scariest things to see and do at San Diego Comic Con 2016 and you'll be well on your way!

‘Midsummer Scream’ Halloween Festival Brings the Spooky to Long Beach in July!

The large-scale festival features two full days of frights, freaks, spooks and scares. So-Cal Halloween fans won't have to wait for October to get their spook on - thanks to the upcoming Midsummer Scream Halloween Festival taking place July 30th and 31st at the Long Beach Convention Center. Midsummer Scream is a large-scale, two-day festival celebrating the spirit of ...

(Pics) The Coolest Stuff We Saw at MONSTERPALOOZA 2016

There was a ton of creepy cool stuff at this year's MONSTERPALOOZA

Monsters Rule at Pasadena’s MONSTERPALOOZA Convention, April 22-24.

Celebrate the art of monsters & movie magic at MONSTERPALOOZA, April 22-24 at the Pasadena Convention Center.

(Watch) The ‘Lights Out’ Trailer is Here to Terrify You.

Based on an uber-creepy viral short, the James Wan-produced feature-length horror film will hit theaters on July 22nd. And if the trailer is any indicator, you'll never want to turn your lights out ever again.