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Stay Smokin,
Hot-Toddy
Co-Founder / Pittsburgh Underground

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Announcement: Horror Realm Presents It's Fall 2011 Convention


Greetings to all our realing and rotting! It's that time again as our good friends from Horror Realm, Pittsburgh's Modern Horror Convention, presents their fall show September 16th through 18th at the Crowne Plaza, Pittsburgh South (located directly across from the South Hills Village shopping mall at 164 Fort Couch Road, Pittburgh, Pa 15241 / 412-833-5300).

Passes for the event can be purchased at this ShowClix link (or by phone: 1-888-71-TICKETS) and are as follows:

  • Weekend passes are $30.00 which includes admission for all days of the convention plus all after hours events.
  • Single pass tickets include: Friday for $15.00.
  • Saturday for $15.00 which includes admission to the Saturday night costume party.
  • Super Steeltown Sunday Special for $10.00

Free admission for kids under 12 that are accompanied by an adult (bear in mind that some content might not be suitable for the kiddies). After hours parties are open to 18 and older with proper ID.


PU Pal Sandy Stuhfire, Convention Coordinator
(Couldn't You Just Eat Her Up!)

So, with all that happy-slappy said, what kind of ghoulishly gripping fun can you expect from The Horror Realm? The convention run by fans for fans of zombies and the horror genre (taking place in the Zombie Capital of the World) features:

- A dealer room featuring specialty vendors with items such as

  • Movies and DVD's
  • T-Shirts and other apparal
  • Toys and collectables
  • Movie memorabilia
  • Books and comics
  • Games
  • Original art
  • Tattoos and piercings

Some of the creepiest, kookiest, and coolest horror events to be had in the 'burgh, including: Musical selections from Pittsburgh's own Quarantine: The Zombie Opera, Day of the Dead Panel Discussion (this time including the one and only Bub the zombie - Sherman Howard), Costume and Pin-up Contests, The Bastards of Horror Short Film Festival, local legends Bill and Lori Cardille, Indy Film Premiere of Mr. Hush, Spooky Cartoons, Goodies for the Kids, and MUCH, MUCH, MORE!!! Just check out any of the links below for a FULL listing of the Con's horrific schedule of events!


Local Legends Chilly-Billy Cardille
and his lovely daughter, Lori Cardille from George Romaro's Day of the Dead

- Celebrity Guests
- Panel Discussion with Award-Winning Horror Authors, Celebrities, and More
- Zombie and Horror Film Festival
- Contests and Special Events


Day Of The Dead / Horror Realm Panel Discussion
Spring 2011 / Part 1




Day Of The Dead / Horror Realm Panel Discussion
Spring 2011 / Part 2


That's not all gang! This year, a very SPECIAL group will be making it's first appearance at the Horror Realm Con! Scares That Care is a non-profit organization that provides money, toys, and other items to help sick children. Representatives for this worthy cause will be selling merchandise and taking donations for the cause.


Led by horror film director and retired police officer Joe Ripple, this organization utilizes the fan base of the horror, haunt and Halloween genres to raise funds and awareness for sick children in need. Scares has a GREAT time holding benefits, by showing films, having silent auctions and maybe getting lucky enough to have a few celebrity appearances along the way.

To date, Scares That Care has raised a minimum of $10,000 for both the Johns Hopkins Children’s Cancer Center and The Kennedy-Krieger Institute! Now, The FIGHT Continues! For 2011 STC is raising money for the kids at the “Make-A-Wish” Foundation.

So get your ghoul on and nab your tickets today!!! The gang from Pittsburgh Underground will be hanging out with the rest of the undead to take in all the hairy-scary fun! We hope to see you there!

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