The comics industry has been in a bit of upheaval lately. As things get shaken up, opportunities also open up. Dark Horse Editor-in-Chief, Scott Allie, talks about what the future holds for Horror comics.
Our first keynote is "Your Zombie Survival Plan Will Fail!" Presented by A. Scott Glancy, survivalist, zombie enthusiast, and commander in chief of Pagan Publishing. Mr. Glancy's presentations always manage to be entertaining and educational at the same time. Don't miss this!
Come on up and strut your decayed stuff on our stage. Dress as your favorite undead character, or something completely original, but remember... this is a horror film festival, not an anime convention!
Guest judges include Portland's own Living Dead Girls and the organizer of the Portland Zombie Walk.
This music video from the "Back in Blood" album by Finnish band The 69 Eyes takes us from convenience store to a gothic retreat, courtesy of a classic Cadillac and a group of Vampiric vixens.
From Los Angeles to Pittsburgh to Toronto and around the globe, they stagger through the streets... gory, rotting spectacles on an endless search to quell their insatiable hunger for human brains and flesh. Zombies walk among us in Dead Meat Walking, a spellbinding, visually horrific, and decadently delightful documentary from dog walker turned documentarian Omar J. Pineda.
Just how much can Mr. Nakamura tempt himself before he looses control and succumbs to his addiction?
Gabriel is a man who once had a normal life and a family, now he seeks revenge for the death of his son by a group of vampires that roam the night stalking the inhabitants of Tijuana, Mexico. He now lives his days hunting what he calls 'leeches' every night, without knowing that his revenge will bring serious consequences for him and his wife.
A night of rough sex with a beautiful woman turns into something much more sinister and supernatural.
Abby is going through something that will transform her life forever. Can she keep her identity and be happy in a harshly judgmental society? Created as part of the Reel Grrls (http://www.reelgrrls.org/), an award-winning non-profit media arts and leadership training program for girls ages 9 - 19.
Six years after the apocalypse, George and his daughter live at a secluded old farm in a attempt to hide from roving creatures, militant survivors, as well as their own past. A stranger's unexpected appearance will bring them out of hiding and face to face with all of the terrifying danger they have spent years avoiding.