Here are more pix from the Dance of the Deadites party. Video to follow.
What a crazy weekend. More pix from the Festival of Fear, Saturday.
Dr. Horrible from Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long blog
The Dusk girls
Elaine, before the Torture Garden party
Rue Morgue’s Jovanka Vuckovic and Manrilla
The lovely Kat Von Pire
The Rue Morgue-sponsored Dance of the Deadites Saturday night was a great success. Toronto’s own horror-rap crew brought the pain with a short set that included Jagermeister girls with Jagermeister guns, topless dancers, oh, and music. Then New York psycho-rock trio Psycho Charger took the stage in a flurry of fake blood, muscular riffs and rockin’ awesomeness.
Here is the Dark Lord Bunnykins himself rolling and/or rocking out both alone:
And with Rue Morgue Editor-In-Chief Jovanka Vuckovic and friend Manrilla:
On Friday night, Toronto bizzaro-electro duo Squid Lid performed at the private Festival of Fear “Shocktail” party.
Images from Festival of Fear, Day One!
The weekend-long special to coincide with the release of his latest movie, “H2: Halloween 2”
WHAT: Rob Zombie will celebrate the release of his new movie, H2: Halloween 2, by hosting “Rob Zombie’s Halloween in August,” the weekend-long special featuring horror-themed rock hand-picked by Zombie himself.
Zombie will discuss creating and writing H2: Halloween 2, his thoughts on Michael Myers, his favorite horror movies and scenes, music’s importance to film making and his favorite Halloween costume as a child.
During “Rob Zombie’s Halloween in August,” listeners will also hear music from Zombie’s bands White Zombie and Rob Zombie, as well as Powerman 5000, Deftones, System Of A Down, Korn, Disturbed, Sevendust, Pantera and music from the Halloween soundtracks.
WHERE: Octane, SIRIUS channel 20 and XM channel 48.
WHEN: Friday, August 28 at 9:00 am ET through Monday, August 31 at 3:00 am ET.
The Dark Lord Bunnykins will be manning the Rue Morgue booth at the Festival of Fear this weekend; Friday from 2 to 5:30; Saturday, 2:30 to 7. Sunday I will be hosting the 3 p.m. panel for Jack Ketchum’s Offspring film and at 4 p.m. the Barbara Steele celebrity Q&A. Very excited about both, but especially meeting the lovely Ms. Steele.
I’ll be taking pictures and video all weekend, and hope to get interviews with many of the stars and players in the horror community. Check back daily for updates
Question: should I tell Barbara about my tattoo?