As promised, James, here’s the Shock Stock picture post. Still working on the video. Hoping to have it rendered soon.
Returning as Media to my hometown was pretty freakin’ epic. Even better, sharing it with my horror-loving niece.
Here’s some highlights
Night of the Living Dead cast, me and Toxie. Who couldn’t love Toxie?!
Well-known fact about me, I can’t resist a bad girl!!
That picture is Ed Neal, from the first “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” signing memorabilia That ornament is a miniature of Victoria Park, where a lot of the Festivals happen.
Q and A with Goblin. It was amazing. A horror fan not having seen “Suspiria” is like a ’90s kid not having seen “Labyrinth”.
Said beautiful niece having a discussion on the recent complications of “The Walking Dead” with… well, a Walking Dead
Touching tribute to Robert Zdar
More pretty ladies!
We discussed religion. He’s Jewish, I’m Pagan, we agreed to disagree.
More horror people greeting London, Ontario fans. This was really amazing. I can’t explain how awesome this was.
My only wish, and I would do everything in my power to make this happen, is that the Promoters and Creators of Shock Stock continue to bring horror and vintage horror to Ontarians for years to come.
Infinite thanks to James Bialkowski and Jake Grimbro. They’re gearing up for 2016, so please, go visit their website, like their facebook and talk to them! They’re nice guys, particularly if you bring beer!