If you looked at the CW Show web site in the last month, then you noticed that we added Judy Ridley to our 50th Anniversary Night of the Living Dead Reunion. Judy of course played “Judy” in the film and is the last of the principle cast left that we could get for the April show.
We also added a handful of films to the Films and Events page.
With February here, it’s time to get things together so we can have the entire Weekend Schedule of Films and Events posted next month so expect things to fill up in the next few weeks.
Things are looking good as far as the show goes. With a dozen Guests confirmed for our big Reunion, we decided not to just add a stray guest to the April Show and just celebrate the milestone that is 50 Years of Night of the Living Dead. That just means you can expect to see plenty of new Guests this Fall, and we will certainly have first news on the Fall Show available in April.
I can’t imagine there are too many horror movie fans walking the planet that can’t get even a little bit into a Night of the Living Dead Reunion, but in case you’re one of “those people” you need not fear there won’t be anything to do at April’s Show. We will still have over 60 hours worth of stuff to do and see come show time, and all of it is absolutely Free with the price of admission.
OK, I should be working rather than blabbing on, so that’s it for me this month. Rooms are filling up fast, and you’ve still got a little time to order yourself a 3-Day Pass in advance and save a few bucks, so here are a couple of reminders to end this little update with.
TICKETS: You can grab yourself a 3-Day Pass into CW’s April 7-9, 2017 Show for only $40 if you act before 3/17/17. And a 3-Day Pass gets you in at 4:00pm on Friday, April 7th, at No Extra Charge. You can also grab Single Day Passes for only $20 each and save $5 off the at-the-door prices on Saturday between now and 3/17/17.
Come showtime, a 3-Day Pass will set you back $50 on Friday, which is still $25 to $50 or more less than most cons that are not named The Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo charges. Friday’s day-of-show price is $20, while Saturday is $25, and Sunday is still only $15.
You can grab your passes on line by Clicking Here.
HOTEL: There are currently less than 50 rooms available for Friday and Saturday night, and the one thing you can always count on is that the hotel will be sold out by show time. We take over the entire hotel, and rooms seem to fill up faster every show since the motel next door raised its rates and is no longer a significant savings over the Show Hotel. Help support the show and avoid the headache of having to stay down the road by making your room reservations today. Reserve your room through our web site, or by calling The Holiday Inn reservation line at 1-877-408-4913. Remember you MUST ask for “The Cinema Wasteland Room Rate”, or they really should tell you that they are ”sold out” and have no rooms. And PLEASE only reserve as many rooms as you plan on using.
I’ll be back next month with a few weekend highlights and last minute reminders before show time, so until then…