Texas Frightmare Weekend 2010 runs from April 30th - May 2nd and features movie screenings, autograph signings, and leading players in the thriller film industry.
Online PR News – 28-April-2010 – – Press Release
For Immediate Release:
Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau
222 W. Las Colinas Blvd., Suite 1550
Irving, TX 75039
Experience a Horrifying Weekend at the Texas Frightmare Festival In Irving
Irving, TX—Texas Frightmare Weekend 2010 runs from April 30th - May 2nd and features movie screenings, autograph signings, and leading players in the thriller film industry. Visitors have the opportunity to meet horror movie stars, writers, directors and producers.
Attendees to this Irving convention can celebrate their love of fright and interact with other fans and cinema celebrities throughout the weekend. Texas Frightmare 2010, features over 100 celebrity appearances including John Carpenter (Halloween & Christine), George Romero (Night of the Living Dead & Dawn of the Dead), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), James Hampton (Teen Wolf & Slingblad)e, Derek Mears (Friday the 13th), and Elvira.
Moving screenings at Texas Frightmare will take place Wednesday through Saturday at various venues throughout the Dallas/Irving/Lewisville area. Titles include: Frozen, Long Pigs, Survival of the Dead, Shadow, Ghoultown and many more. Several behind-the-scenes opportunities exist, as well, with acting lessons, a special effects session and horror film production workshops.
A movie prop auction will take place Saturday May 1st at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Irving, Texas. Items for auction during Texas Frightmare include Freddy Krueger’s red and green wool sweater, the wood chest from Raiders of the Lost Ark, an original script from Christine, and Michael Meyers’ knife from Halloween II.
For those who don’t want to participate in the auction, there are opportunities for Texas Frightmare fans to purchase games, collectibles, posters, rare memorabilia, movies, toys, art, and t-shirts offered at this unique Irving convention.
For more information on Texas Frightmare and details on visiting Irving, Texas, visit the Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau at http://www.irvingtexas.com/frightmare