Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.
Here in Virginia we are very lucky to have individuals who love classic horror and cult films. A while back Zombie Popcorn Radio introduced you to MonsterFest. Which is an event that happens every year right before Halloween. Monster Fest features movie screenings, costume contests, guest speakers, discussion panels with authors and media luminaries, monster-themed artwork, spooky displays, and fun activities for the kids. The program also hosts an array of vendors specializing in a wide variety of merchandise. [singlepic id=1314 w=320 h=2420 float=right]
A side project from one of the creators of MonsterFest is the Fantasmo Cult Cinema Explosion.
Fantasmo Cult Cinema Explosion is a once a month interactive film experience, like the old days. Team Fantasmo brings to you some of the best and worst cult movies of all time to the big screen. Along with a double feature, door prizes and food at every show, there are special surprises at some shows…and the best part? it’s all 100% FREE!!…
There is a screening tonight (Friday July 2, 2010) and it is Bruce Campbell night and they will feature “Bubba Ho Tep” and “Army of Darkness” [singlepic id=1315 w=160 h=120 float=left]
So, if you are in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia you should join me and all the other cult film crazies. If you can’t make it tonight – you know about it now so make plans for next month!