Saturday, December 8, 2018

One Of Pop Culture's Most Influential Art Shows Is Back For Its 12th Year

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Army of Darkness by Stephen Andrade


From gizmodo.com.au:

"Crazy 4 Cult," an annual gallery show that helped put pop culture art on the map, is returning this weekend — and this time it's bringing along a friend, a second awesome pop culture art show right next door.

"Crazy 4 Cult 12" opened Friday, December 7 at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, California, with "Lost Days" — a three-person exhibit featuring work by Dan Mumford, Jeff Boyes, and Jeffrey Everett — opening in an adjacent space.


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Featured Artwork: "Henrietta" by Monster Boy Creations



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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Monday, December 3, 2018

Ladies of the Evil Dead Panel From Sinister Creature Con Oct



See Evil Dead stars Betsy Baker, Ellen Sandweiss and Theresa Tilly share stories about being a part of the classic horror franchise known as The Evil Dead.

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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Ted Raimi Interview | Comics, Beer & Sci-fi



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The rubberfaced (in his own words) Ted Raimi is one of our favorite supporting actors. We talked to him about working in horror, being a cult movie star, and working along side Larry Drake, Harrison Ford, Lucy Lawless and Bruce Campbell!

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Monday, November 12, 2018

Flashback Weekend Announces the Legendary Bruce Campbell as its First Guest for 2019 Convention



Heather Wixson writes:

It may be nearly 10 months away, but Flashback Weekend is already starting to put together their lineup for the 2019 convention next August. The first announced guest for next year’s festivities is none other than “The Chin” himself, the legendary Bruce Campbell. The last time Campbell headed to the Windy City for Flashback Weekend to be a part of the longest-running horror convention was back in 2005 (which this writer remembers, as she was an attendee that year), so having Bruce Campbell back in 2019 is an amazing way to kick off my excitement for what’s to come for next year’s Flashback Weekend.

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