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Sunday, Feb 28th at 1 to 5 pm: Bleed for Haiti
Scream Queens Devanny Pinn and Tara Cardinal will be hosting: “BLEED FOR HAITI!” Benefit.
Women in Horror’s Los Angeles Blood Drive
We’re Women in Horror, of course we’ll bleed for a cause. And this time you can bleed too. Join celebrities and fans from all genres as they come together to support the Haitian people. Victims of the earthquakes need our continued support in rebuilding their lives, please donate blood, funds, clothing or canned goods. No contribution is too big or too small.
Confirmed Reps from:
The Weinstein Co, Nu Image, New Films International, Fangoria, Troma, Horror News, Paradigm Talent Agency, Fatally Yours, American Horrors, Flick Direct, The Joe Flin Show and many more!
Confirmed Appearances by:
James Gunn (Writer. Dawn of the Dead/ Scooby Doo), Kelly Stables (The Ring), Dai Green (Horror News), Adam Weisman (Halloween), Rolfe Kanefsky (Dir. Nightmare Man), Patrick Durham (Prod. Cabin Fever 2), Christian Boeving (Muscle and Fitness), Lloyd Kaufman (Troma), Samantha Ryan (Hustler’s March 2010), Frank Garrity (Millionaire Matchmaker), Megan Franich (30 Days of Night), Melissa Bacelar (Pink Eye), James Quattrochi (Prod. The Prince and the Pauper) Bianca Barnett (Albino Farm), Elina Madison (Barracuda), Elissa Dowling (Black Dahlia), Kenn Scott (Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles), Morgan Benoit (Forbidden Kingdom) Corey Soria (Dir. Grub Girl/ Danzig), DeeDee Bigalow (The Perfect Serial Killer), Adriel Dandridge (MTV’s Party Monsters Cabo), Hart Fisher (American Horrors), Steven Deknight (Writer. Spartacus/Buffy/ Angel)
Dark Delicacies, 4213 W. Burbank Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505
818-556-6660 / 888-darkdel
Red carpet services are being provided by event sponsors Comic Book Divas and Troma Entertainment. Troma also has DVDs autographed by Lloyd Kaufman to be given to the first few people who donate.
Everyone who gives blood will get a free pint of Baskin Robbins Ice Cream courtesy of the Baskin Robbins Pint for a Pint program.
If you cannot donate blood, please still come out! We are also accepting cash, canned food and clothing donations.
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Lucy Lawless, Rob Tapert, Andy Whitfield,and Steven DeKnight Host Exclusive First Look of Action Series Premiering January 2010
PANELISTS INCLUDE LUCY LAWLESS (“XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS”), PETER MENSAH, ROB TAPERT (EVIL DEAD 1-2, DRAG ME TO HELL), STEVEN S. DEKNIGHT (“BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER,” “ANGEL”) AND INTRODUCING ANDY WHITFIELD AS SPARTACUS
DEVIL’S DUE PUBLISHING & STARZ ALSO TO UNVEIL EXCLUSIVE COMIC BOOK MINI-SERIES INSPIRED BY “SPARTACUS: BLOOD AND SAND”
Exclusive â€˜First Look’ at the anticipated original drama “Spartacus: Blood and Sand” PLUS interview opportunities with cast and production team AND Unveiling of the Exclusive First Edition of series-inspired comic w/ special Comic Con cover.
The world of gladiators comes to life as the Roman Republic’s most brutal fighters clash in the ultimate arena. “Spartacus: Blood and Sand” is an entirely new vision of the ancient legend and will utilize virtual environments giving it a unique graphic novel look and style, along with a fresh narrative approach. Debuting exclusively on Starz, “Spartacus: Blood and Sand” in January 2010 is produced by Starz Media with Executive Producers Rob Tapert, Sam Raimi and Joshua Donen. Starz’s new “Spartacus” series was inspired by the actual slave of the Roman Republic who in 73 BC led a slave revolt that grew to more than 120,000 fighters. Defying the Roman Republic’s legions of soldiers, they campaigned for two years through much of what is now Italy before succumbing to a much larger army. The new series will tell a new set of stories rich in character, action, sex and combat.
This series, including 13 one-hour episodes, is executive produced by heavy-hitters Sam Raimi (“Spider-Man” and “Evil Dead”), Rob Tapert (The Grudge, “Xena: Warrior Princess” and “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”) and Steven DeKnight (“Smallville,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”). Production, based in New Zealand, runs through the end of October.