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Become Bewitched in Frightening Screams at the Son of Monsterpalooza!

son of monster palooza

Son of Monsterpalooza is a unique type of festival highlighting the horror genre. If you love cult horror classics or enjoy watching horror movies, then this festival is just for you. For 3 days, you will get the chance to watch screenings, hear panels on various topics and more! The festival is from September 12th through the 14th. Individual day tickets are $25 and a pass for all 3 days is $60. Tickets on sale now! If you already know where to stay in Burbank CA, then don’t miss this scary and sensational event in the city.

On Friday, watch a screening of Naked Zombie Girl, written by Ricky Bird Jr. The movie opens with two prostitutes, a 1971 Cadillac and guy named Tony. They’ve just escaped a zombie attack, but unfortunately for Tony, he’s just been bitten and is now about to turn into a zombie. Find out what happens next by watching the film! The star, Meghan Chadeayne, will be at the event decked in full Zombie Girl attire – including the chainsaw! Afterwards, from 7pm – 9pm, you’ll have the opportunity to watch Disciples, a film by Joe Hollow. The movie begins as humans and demons are preparing for battle. However, there is a prophecy that states an angel will rise and dethrone Lucifer. From 9pm – 11pm, watch Vampira and Me, a documentary about Vampira – TV’s first horror host.

On Saturday from 1pm – 2pm, sit through a panel that’s all about the cult classic, Day of the Dead. Lori Cardille, Terry Alexander, Joe Pilato and others will be there to talk about the creation of the film. Do you remember watching Phantasm? From 2pm – 3pm, participate on a panel as the makers of the film talk about its success and longevity. From 3pm – 4pm, meet the contestants of the makeup competition show, Face Off.

On Sunday from 1pm – 2pm, be a part of a panel about The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,  a film that changed the horror genre forever. Listen in on what it was like to work on the film with Gunnar Hansen, Teri McMinn and Edwin Neal. From 3pm – 4:30pm, there will be an event held in memory of Mike Vraney, founder of Something Weird Video who passed away earlier this year.