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Pictures from the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival 2008

The International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival was this weekend and I was on the scene, not only because Classic-Horror.com is an official sponsor of the event, but also because I'm a fan, dammit. Full coverage is upcoming, but here's some pictures to tease you (click a picture to open a larger version in a new window):


Friday the 13th star Adrienne King is being devious


By gum, that's us!


Classic-Horror Editor-in-Creep Nate Yapp with Friday the 13th star Adrienne King.
Photo by Bradley Thornber Photography


Editor-in-Creep Nate Yapp introduces a screening of The Blob (1958)
Photo by Andrea Beesley-Brown


The crowd waiting in line for Saturday's Re-Animator screening


Jeffrey Combs gets his creepy on at the post-Re-Animator Q&A.

I know I met a lot of classic horror fans over the weekend. If you were at the festival, please pitch a comment to us and let us know how it went for you!

Nice

What kind of intro did you give for The Blob, Nate?

An extremely dorky one. I'll

An extremely dorky one. I'll go into detail when I post my coverage, which is mostly written, save for the bits about Jeffrey Combs.

"He went for a little walk! You should have seen his face!"

Haha, great.

Haha, great.

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