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Texas Frightmare Weekend brings the horror to DFW

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Since its debut in 2005 Texas Frightmare Weekend has grown to be the premiere horror convention in the DFW area. Fans from all over flock like a heard of zombies to the Hyatt Regency to get their horror fix with everything from celebrity autographs, screenings, shopping and so much more.

Every year this show features an impressive cast list with this year being no different bringing in a wide variety of celebs from the industry including the legendary George Romero, Saw’s Tobin Bell, Exorcist’s Linda Blair, Dr. Giggles Larry Drake, Michael Parks and so many more including reunions for The Terminator, The Blair Witch Project, The Creature From the Black Lagoon, Hellraiser, Repo! The Genetic Opera, and Night of the Demons to name a few. With all these guest in attendance you would think there wasn’t much more to be able to add to the mix, but this is just the beginning as they also have some Rock ‘n’ Roll icons including Ace Frehley from KISS, Twiggy Ramirez from Marilyn Mason and Dee Snider from Twisted Sister that is sure to take this show in an all new direction.

As mentioned before these celebs options are just the beginning so don’t miss out on the numerous screenings and plenty of vendors to shop for that missing horror items you need to add to your collection that is sure to be yet another unforgettable year for this awesome convention when it takes over Dallas May 2-4.

For a full guest list, tickets, schedule and more head over to the official site at http://www.texasfrightmareweekend.com

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