Happy Halloween! Panels From The Halloween 40 Years of Terror Convention.

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Halloween came early this year for the folks living in Southern California as the Halloween Forty Years of Terror Convention commenced in beautiful Pasadena just a few weeks ago. This convention brought to us by HorrorHound Weekend, is dedicated to Halloween and its’ list of sequels, including the recent 2018 release. What a surreal experience to embark on, attending a convention specifically for one movie franchise with the new film at the time on the horizon that made the experience unforgettable.

Rob Galluzo, Lance Guest, Dean Cundey, & Nancy Stephens.

Nancy Stephens, Rick Rosenthal, Leo Rossi, & Rob Galluzo

I had only one goal that weekend and that was to capture the panels on film so that the thousands that couldn’t attend would have the opportunity to enjoy as I did. Panels are my all time favorite event at any convention, the hardcore feelings of inspiration that I experience listening to these people speak about their adventures while filming some of my favorite films is unreal.

David Gordon Green, James Jude Courtney, Rhian Rees, & Steve “Uncle Creepy” Barton.

Tom Atkins & Stacy Nelkin

For us die-hard Halloween fans, I am sure that most have heard many of the stories talked about throughout these videos, but if you’re like me you can hear them over and over again. So without further ado here are the Halloween panels from The 40 Years of Terror Convention.

Nick Castle. Tommy Lee Wallace, & P.J. Soles.

Malek Akkad, Rawn Hutchinson, & Jeff Daniel Phillips

Special thanks to the moderators Rob Galluzo (Shockwaves Podcast), Brian Collins (Birth.Movies.Death), and Steve “Uncle Creepy” Barton (Brainwavestalk.com).

Special thanks to HororHound Weekend, Trancas International, Compass International Pictures, and Sean Clark (Horror’s Hallowed Grounds).

Steve “Uncle Creepy” Barton, Chase Wright Vanek, Daeg Faerch, & Tyler Mane.

Halloween Panels

Ryan T. Cusick has been a diehard horror fan ever since he watched the original 'The Amityville Horror' at the tender age of three. Ryan travels to horror cons, enjoys open conversations about horror, and attends many Hollywood premieres with filmmakers: Follow him on Twitter at @Nytmare112