Thursday, August 23, 2012


Want to meet Anthony Michael Hall? Star of The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Edward Scissor Hands, The Dead Zone and more... Well, now's your chance!

Hall will be appearing at this year's SplatterFest horror film festival and convention in Houston at the Alamo Drafthouse Mason Park. An autograph signing session will take place, along with a Q&A, and a special night of screenings on October 6th.

VIP ticket holders will have priority access, and tickets will be available soon on the SplatterFest website.

This is the third year for the horror festival, which also sponsors a short film competition where filmmakers have a weekend to write, shoot and edit a horror short film. Grand prize is a Canon t4i camera, and will be awarded to the winner by Hall. 

Filmmaker registration is now open, with the competition dates Sept 7-9th, and films will screen at the Alamo Drafthouse. The festival runs Oct. 2-6th, with Hall appearing for one day only on the 6th.

This event is sure to sell out, so reserve your spot ASAP.

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