Yesterday at the first Days Of The Dead Convention in Louisville, I attended the screening of “Don’t Fall Asleep” featuring Diandra Lazor in the lead role of Nancy Thompson after the end of the first “Nightmare On Elm Street” movie. The screening was a huge success and everyone agreed what a great job the cast and crew did on the film. I got to sit down and talk to Diandra about the movie and how she became such a hug fan of the franchise.
If you are a regular attendee of the Days Of The Dead Conventions, you have seen Diandra Lazor. She is a huge Nightmare On Elm Street fan and usually cos-plays as the films heroine Nancy Thompson.
Diandra has put together a film that she stars in called Don’t Fall Asleep based on the Nightmare franchise. The movie is getting it’s Premiere at Days Of The Dead in Louisville, Ky Sunday, Sept 4 at Noon.
The trailer for the film looks great. Come to the screening and show your support for Diandra and independent film making!
Horror returns to Louisville this Labor Day Weekend with Days Of The Dead
Click on the image above to see what the have planned for The Derby City!
Six years ago a little convention called Days Of The Dead started up in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since that first show, the convention has grown in leaps and bounds and had expanded into four other cities, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and this year Louisville. I had the pleasure of talking with one of the shows promoters, Adolfo Dorta about the upcoming show in Indy and the Louisville one as well.
After a two year absence Contamination returns to the St. Louis area for what promises to be a great weekend. I had a phone conversation with Dave Dyer who is the shows promoter. It is going to be a great weekend for any sci fi or pop culture fan.
Ginamarie Zimmerman is one of Big Brother’s most memorable house guests ever. She played the game like a pro and was the runner-up in the 15th season of the show. She was in the film Piranha Sharks and the short Bellz Angel. I was lucky enough to sit down with this beautiful lady and talk with her at Fanboy Expo in Nashville last weekend.
The master of Madhouse Rock retuned to Nashville to play in front of a sold out crowd at the Tennessee Preforming Arts Center on May 2, 2016. Alice brought along with him all the tricks and treats that have made his show famous for 40 years.
Contamination returns June 17-19 to The Strafford Inn in St Louis.
Click on the image above to see what guests will be attending the show this year. Hope to see you there!!! It’s going to be a great show!!!