TFW Adds Even More Guests And Screenings!


The guests and screenings just keep on coming in for this year's Texas Frightmare Weekend. The event starts on April 28th, if you count the movie screenings and red carpet walks as part of the whole festival. It wraps up on May 2nd and is taking place at the Sheraton Grand Hotel (4440 W John Carpenter Fwy, Irving, Texas 75063) right on the edge of Dallas. I can not stress to you how important it is for all fans of horror films to be attend this convention. It really is a must-see event! After the jump, you can see everyhting they added the other day. It comes straight from their press release.

SHADOW and THE UH-OH SHOW Premieres!

We're pleased to announce our final two films for the southwest's premier horror convention and film festival!

Shadow: North American Premiere! A soldier returning from a tour of duty in Iraq goes on a mountain bike adventure in the Alps to forget his battle weary past. In the woods he meets a pretty young stranger who tells him about a local myth concerning a nazi experiment camp. After a confrontation with hunters the couple take refuge in an abandoned bunker where the soldier is forced to endure a more shattering nightmare than the fears he experienced in Iraq.

Wednesday April 28, 9:00 pm, Studio Movie Grill-Lewisville, Admission $8 Buy Tickets

Herschel Gordon Lewis's The Uh-Oh Show: North American Premiere!Jill Burton is a sexy reporter who’s dead set on getting the scoop behind Uh-Oh! – the gory TV sensation that’s sweeping the nation. Get the answer right and win piles of dough, get it wrong and - Uh-Oh! – it’s off with your arms, legs, or more!

Saturday May 1st, Midnight, Sheraton Grand Hotel DFW, Admission FREE with paid convention pass

More Guest Announcements!

We're adding to our Carpenter/Romero vibe for this year's event! John Amplas is most recognizable to fright fans as the titular bloodsucker in Martin. However, he's also one of the most repeated actors in Romero's movies, having appeared in a total of five Romero films.

Speaking of Romero films, we're pleased to announce Jarlath Conroy who will join Amplas and the previously announced Terry Alexander for a mini Day of the Dead reunion.

Carpenter has his favorite actors as well and Charles Cyphers was obviously one of them. Cyphers was featured in six Carpenter movies beginning with Halloween. Please join us in welcoming the original Sheriff Brackett to the southwest's premier horror convention.

Returning to Texas Frightmare Weekend is fan favorite Danielle Harris. Danielle has starred in Halloween 4 and 5 as well as Rob Zombie's two Halloween remakes. She'll join us to talk about Blood Night, playing Friday, April 30th at 8:00 pm during the Texas Frightmare Film Festival.

We're excited to host a true 'first look' at Anchor Bay Entertainment's upcoming feature I Spit on Your Grave. Our final TFW 2010 guest will join director Steven R. Monroe as well as Sarah Butler, Chad Lindberg and Rodney Eastman for this first look. Daniel Franzese is no stranger to the horror genre having appeared in Robert Englund's Killer Pad and the recent Afterdark Horrorfest feature Kill Theory. Please welcome Daniel to the show!

For more info on the event, go here.

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