Festival of Fear, News and Events

It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over. And It’s Over.

on August 28, 2011 | 4 Comments

Holy shit! Look how time flies. Seems like just yesterday we were setting up our little booth of horrors and now it’s already coming down after yet another successful Festival of Fear. The last horror panel (Anchor Bay presents Michael Biehn) is just wrapping up and the convention centre is beginning to look like a ghost town. We hope you had a good and ghastly time, whether you popped by in person or have been following along in cyberspace.

We all had a blast, from taking in John Waters at the Toronto Underground, to catching a slasher screening or two, to getting possessed by Blood Ceremony‘s sound at our Night Terrors party (and those are only a few of many killer moments).

Now we’re all climbing back into our coffins and sleeping for a few days. But first, ahh the memories…

RM Founder Rodrigo Gudiño and Guillermo del Toro.

The cast of Canada's cult slasher My Bloody Valentine reunites. Oh, and RM's Associate Editor Trevor Tuminski, RM contributor James Burrell and RM Editor-in-Chief Dave Alexander

What? Dave stays caffeinated.

See y'all next year!!

Don’t be strangers! We’re on Facebook and Twitter.

Tags: blood ceremon, FanExpo, Festival of Fear, Guillermo Del Toro, john waters, michael biehn, My Bloody Valentine

Responses to It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over. And It’s Over.

  1. FEEDBACK says:

    Nice job with the blog updates, Kiva!

  2. Ben Rose says:

    To all the Rue Crew, just wanted to say thanks for putting on another kick-ass weekend. The highlights for me were the two panels on sunday, MBV, and the Video Nasties panel. This was my fifth year attending and I will damn sure to be back next year!
    THANKS GUYS!

  3. David Goulet says:

    I second what Ben said. FoF is the most robust part of FanExpo.

  4. Steve says:

    I have been to the last 7 festivals except for last year and i was disappointed in this years. To many photo ops and Q&A’s what happend to the movie previews?? why was there so many game booths? thought this was a SciFi, Horror, Anime and gaming convention seemed there was more of a direction towards gaming

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