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Daniel Roebuck — Dr. Shocker

A familiar face to fans of the hit TV series Matlock, Dan played legal assistant Clifford Lewis for three seasons and recently could be seen on LOST. Roebuck won praise for his first movie role in RIVER'S EDGE and played opposite Oscar winner Tommy Lee Jones in THE FUGITIVE and the sequel. Daniel produced and directed THE DEFINATIVE GROOVIE GOOLIES DOCU-COMEDY and the MONSTERAMA series for Monsters HD on Dish Network spotlighting the world of creature feature fandom.

Monsters HD on Dish Network: www.monstershd.com

Bob Burns — Kogar

Burns is a world renown archivist and historian of props, costumes, and other screen paraphernalia from many science fiction, fantasy, and horror motion pictures. Some treasures in the Bob Burns Museum are the original TIME MACHINE from the George Pal classic, the original wolf's head cane from THE WOLFMAN, the orignial KING KONG armature, and a functioning full size head of the Alien Queen from James Cameron's ALIENS. Bob Burns is the Godfather of Halloween!


Chuck Williams — Igor

Williams' enthusiasm for all aspects of filmmaking is apparent in his extensive filmography. Chuck was assistant director alongside Hollywood heavyweight James Cameron. He produced William Shatner’s GROOM LAKE, Jeff Burr’s critically acclaimed STRAIGHT INTO DARKNESS and Robert Englund's KILLER PAD. Chuck appeared opposite Bruce Campbell in BUBBA HO-TEP and was the murderous title character in DARK WALKER giving him the honor of becoming a mask and trading card!


Robert Englund
American leading actor of a number of horror films, probably best known as Freddy Kruger in A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, the man of nightmares with the disfigured face and a red striped shirt with his right hand as razor-sharp knives. The film, directed by Wes Craven, was so successful that New Line Cinema had Englund reprise Freddy in all of the subsequent — and wildly successful — sequels. Recently, Robert has returned to the director's chair for a second time bringing KILLER PAD to life.


Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper did more than forever alter the face of rock 'n' roll as we now know it, he virtually invented rock as theater, created new fashion trends, and wrote and recorded a library of classic rock 'n' roll albums. The fact that Alice Cooper is rock 'n' roll's legendary statesman of outrage is beyond reproach. Any act worth its weight in rock 'n' roll, theatrics and in-your-face punk attitude owes more than just a nod of respect in the direction of this malignantly macabre culprit.


Doug Bradley

Doug Bradley's most famous role is HELLRAISER's Pinhead. He has starred in Clive Barker's NIGHTBREED, alongside Robert Englund in THE KILLER TONGUE, and award-winning short horror films ON EDGE and RED LINES. Doug voiced and Executive Produced the anime feature DOMINATOR and its sequel. Other films include THE PROPHECY: UPRISING and PUMPKINHEAD: ASHES TO ASHES. He has shown literary skills in the insightfully entertaining "Behind the mask of the horror actor."


Christa Campbell
Starting her career as a model, Christa moved to LA to become an actress. Her captivating performances and love for horror movies can be seen in 2001 MANIACS, THE WICKER MAN, and DAY OF THE DEAD. Christa will grace the cover and inside of the November issue of PLAYBOY.  


Tony Todd
Perhaps best known for his chilling performance as CANDYMAN, the charismatic 6' 5" actor has consistently turned in compelling performances since his debut in SLEEPWALK. Todd appeared in dozens of classical and experimental plays, yet still managed to find time to teach playwriting to high school students in the Hartford public school system. Todd's extensive credits exemplify his versatility. They include Academy Award winning film classics and roles in numerous critically-acclaimed television series.


Angus Scrimm

Well known as the infamous "Tall Man" in Don Coscarelli's PHANTASM and its sequels, Scrimm has made a permanent impression upon modern cinema, earning the praise of critics world-wide, as well as a large following of fans. His success has been parlayed into numerous other malevolent roles. As a journalist, Scrimm has written and edited for many publications as well as liner notes for thousands of LPs and CDs, landing himself a Grammy award for best album liner notes.


Tom Savini

Savini is an award winning SFX wizard, stuntman, actor, and director with a cult following due to his ground breaking SFX in the "splatter movie" explosion of the early 1980s. He created startling make-up & EFX for films such as DAWN OF THE DEAD, FRIDAY THE 13th and DAY OF THE DEAD. Savini directed his feature film debut, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. Appearing in dozens of films, Savini shows his acting skills in KNIGHTRIDERS, DAWN OF THE DEAD, and FROM DUSK TILL DAWN.


John Gulager

Born into a family of veteran actors, the son of actor Clu Gulager and Miriam Byrd-Nethery, John Gulager naturally became an actor, cinematographer and film director. He was named Best Director at Fantastic Fest 2005 for FEAST, the winning entry for season three of PROJECT GREENLIGHT.


Don Coscarelli

Coscarelli is a film director and screenwriter best known for horror films. His credits include the PHANTASM series, THE BEASTMASTER, and BUBBA HO-TEP. He directed the first installment of the American TV series MASTERS OF HORROR called "Incident On and Off a Mountain Road." Coscarelli is currently working on BUBBA NOSFERATU, a sequel to Bubba Ho-Tep, also written by Joe R. Lansdale.


Sara Karloff
Daughter of the Late Horror Legend Boris Karloff , Sara runs Karloff Enterprises to preserve, protect and share her father's memories. She helped get a set of horror-star U.S. Postal Service stamps created that included her father, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney and Chaney Jr. She takes action to see that the name and likeness of her father are appropriately marketed. Sara has appeared at horror conventions, events and maintains the official Web site.


Ron Chaney

Together, Lon Chaney and Lon Chaney, Jr. are known for portraying frightening and unusual characters in over 300 films for over the span of more than 100 yearrs on stage, film and television. The father-son actors carved a unique niche in entertainment history. President of Chaney Entertainment, Ron is dedicated to introducing the Chaney family to a new generation. Ron has been researching their family history to complete his grandfather’s unfinished book called "A Century of Chaney's."


Erin Murphy

Best known for her role as Tabitha on BEWITCHED, Murphy is currently working as the moderator for Allergan Medical and an infomercial host. Murphy is also a fashion, beauty & luxury lifestyle writer and the celebrity spokesperson for Verge Living, a residential / retail development in downtown Las Vegas for which she started the philanthropic arm, Verge Giving. Murphy is a motivational speaker and active in fundraising for numerous charitable organizations.


Jeff Burr

Burr started his career in filmmaking at USC Film School where he made the award winning short film, DIVIDED WE FALL. He went on to work for Roger Corman's advertising department and on music videos. Inspired by indie filmmakers like Romero and Raimi, Burr made his break into independent filmmaking with a horror movie produced by his brother and Darin Scott. Burr's lastest directoral is Universal Studios WWII STRAIGHT INTO DARKNESS. Burr feels lucky to be paid to do something he truly loves.


Don Post, Jr.

Don Post Jr., is the president of Don Post Studios, the premiere manufacturer of commercially-produced masks. The company produced its first Frankenstein mask in 1948, but their masks of the 1960s are the best known today. In 1963, the company launched a series of licensed masks based on the Universal Studios classic monsters. Now owned by Paper Magic, Don Post Studios is still around today, and producing masks just as effectively as ever.

coming soon: www.donpoststudios.com

Henry Alvarez

Alvarez began at Stubergh Studios where his talent was noticed quickly and he was taught the techniques for creating life-size wax models. Henry was given control of the company and helped create museums under a new name, Ripley's Believe It Or Not. He started his own company, Alvarez Wax Models, which still supplies high quality wax models, designs larger-than-life sculptures and licensed bronze figurines, creates prototypes for the mask industry, and special effects for movies and television.


Midnight Syndicate

Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka have been creating soundtracks for the imagination for the past nine years. Their music is a staple as Halloween atmosphere in thousands of amusement parks, haunted attractions, stores and neighborhoods. Impacting the gothic music, role-playing game and horror film industries, their music has been featured in TV specials, Monday Night Football, X-Box games, and heavy metal concerts. They are currently working on the horror film THE DEAD MATTER.


Eric Pigors

Eric Pigors is an American artist based in Valencia, California. He worked at the Walt Disney Studios for 15 years on films such as THE LION KING and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Mostly known for his hideous monsterpiece cartoons, Toxic Toons of subjects such as zombies and vampires. Eric has produced many books on the subject of his art, along with memorabilia including stickers, t-shirts, prints, buttons and an action figure line produced by Mezco Toys.


Gris Grimly

Mad Creator of the bizarre, Grimly can be best described as a storyteller. Through his distinctive style and wide selection of mediums as an author, illustrator, fine artist, sculptor, and filmmaker. Grimly has captivated a variety of loyal collectors. Primarily known for his dark yet humorous children's books, his visions haunt the imagination of people of all ages.


Dr. Rochelle Santopoalo

Santopoalo is the founder of GLOBAL HALLOWEEN ALLIANCE which operated until 2005. Their mission was to provide a network for Halloween lovers, promote a positive view of Halloween, educate the public about celebrations of Halloween, and elevate Halloween to the status of a national holiday. Receiving her Ph.D. in Human & Organizational Systems from The Fielding Institute , her dissertation explored the story of yard haunters across America. Friends and colleagues refer to her as the Halloween Ambassador.

Virgil Music

Virgil, master of the ethermuse creates music for dark attractions, adventures, haunted gatherings, gaming, film, video and more. Virgil Music writes the music of your nightmares. Fans of fantasy, haunt, synth music, smooth jazz and sci-fi alike will enjoy the music of Virgil.


Alex Can't Sleep

If you want to hear songs about lost love and the pain of life, you might be disappointed. Alex Can’t Sleep rocks about B horror movie stuff, dead girls, hearses, cemeteries. You know, just like grandma did when she was singing that “rock and roll music.” Except here, no guitars to be seen anywhere. All the sounds you here come straight from two basses.



Kicksville is the band of our Featured Haunt Terror on the Fox’s Mike “Beaker” Parpovich! Their experimental music uses improvisation, painstaking programming, melodic sensibility, award-winning poetry, and bizarre sound effects as some of the tools to manufacture aural nuggets of hearty goodness.


Halloween . . . The Happy Haunting of America also features music from
Brad Scott Gish – Composer of Oringinal Halloween VHS