Wednesday, March 26, 2014

All This and Corey Feldman: Full Moon Horror Fest Announces Lineups, Belcourt Midnight Screenings

Posted By on Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 5:19 PM

Grab your comfortable shoes, hit the cash machine and start looking in the mirror for a clear spot on your hide, because the 13th Annual Full Moon Tattoo and Horror Festival is coming your way. The three days of gory goodness comes rolling into its well-established home at the Nashville Convention Center, April 18-20.

This year’s line-up includes the “required-by-law” Walking Dead cast member (the excellent character actor Scott Wilson), Gen X heartthrob and bad example Corey Feldman, Scream star and comedian Jamie Kennedy, and for those of a more Gabba Gabba-bent, Riff Randall her ownself, P.J. Soles — along with a full cast of venerable character actors like Ken Foree and William Forsythe. The show also features the usual slate of macabre merchants and a needle-buzzing line-up of world-class tattoo artists.

The sharp cookies at the Belcourt are also getting in on the fright fun with a special midnight showing on Friday, April 18, of the original non-sparkly teeny-bopper Draculer movie, The Lost Boys —hosted by the mighty Corey Number One himself. After reliving teen thrills on Friday night, the same generation can skip forward to the nineties for a special midnight showing on Saturday, April 19, of Scream, hosted by Jamie Kennedy.

A full rundown of guests, ticket info, and other details can be found at the Full Moon Fest website, and advance tickets for the midnight screenings can be purchased here.

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