HorrorHound Weekend 2017!


I’m originally from Cleveland, Ohio. In all honesty, the only reason to ever go to that city in the south of Ohio was to get to Florida on I-71. Well, there’s also Skyline Chili, but you can always get that outside Cincinnati.

That all changed ten years ago when the first HorrorHound Weekend took place. Now we can’t wait for our chance to visit Cincinnati. This year HorrorHound takes place from March 17 – 19. For their 10th Anniversary, they went all out with the guest list and events. So fair we’re looking at heavy hitters like Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Tobin Bell, John Waters, Chanlder Riggs, Nestor Carbonell, Curtis Armstrong, Wilford Brimley, Kane Hodder, Tom Noonan, Donald Gibb!

But not so fast there poster nerds! We also get to see the likes of Jason Edmiston, Gary Pullin, Matt Ryan Tobin, Vance Kelly, and many more!

And no convention would be worthwhile without panels. Some of the ones we’re most looking forward to are Rob Zombie’s 31 panel, The Thing panel, John Waters: This Filthy World, The Monster Squad panel, Bates Motel panel, Saw panel, Wolf Creek panel, and of course the Horror Hose Hall of Fame Ceremony.


Visit their website HERE to get the most up to date news about the weekend.

For tickets to HorroHound Weekend 2017, click HERE.

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I'm a true child of the 80s from a small town near Cleveland, Ohio. My all time favorite topics are Star Wars, slasher films and Cleveland sports (despite the misery it causes). I narrowly avoided law school, instead choosing film school. I have been accused of being a walking IMDB, but I take it as a compliment!