April 15, 2015

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Monthly Update:

The 27th Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo is now a fond fuzzy memory for a couple thousand attending fans.

We’d like to take this time to thank everyone who attended the show for making the most of their Wasteland Weekend. We try like hell to go the extra mile when it comes to cramming in as much programming as possible for everyone to enjoy, so it’s always great to see the Movie and Panel Rooms filled with fans who are into what it is we celebrate.

Of course, every CW Show only looks as good as the people behind the scenes strive to make it look, and we couldn’t make it look so easy and effortless without the help of the entire CW Staff. We don’t need to tell anyone that the CW Staff is the best show Staff on the planet. They step up to the plate to prove they have what it takes to help make the show great every six months.

Fifteen years later and Cinema Wasteland has never once set out to be the biggest show in fandom. We’d rather just be the best show we can be to the fans who are into what it is we’re all about. Thank you again for making the weekend fun for all of us who strive to do our best to make the weekend happen on time and as promised.

Here’s hoping you’ll make plans to join us again for our little twice yearly family reunion this October 1-3, 2015 when we officially celebrate our 15th Anniversary.

This October, we’re putting together another first time reunion when we celebrate (the last decent ‘Saw movie made): LEATHERFACE: TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 3 with a 25th Anniversary Reunion. So far, we’ve got director Jeff Burr, R.A. Mihailoff (Leatherface), Kate Hodge (Michelle), William Butler (Ryan), and Jennifer Banko (Leatherface’s Daughter) all lined up for that reunion with a trio of potential additions still waiting in the wings.

We’ve also got Suzanna Leigh from Hammer’s The Lost Continent and Lust For a Vampire; golden age adult star Kay Parker, our old friend Kyra Schon from Night of the Living Dead, and returning family member Tom Sullivan on October’s Guest list so far, so stay tuned as we fill things out over the next few weeks.

We’ll have the usual show reminders posted next month, but would like to point out that you can get a 3-Day Pass for only $35 for the next ten weeks as part of our “early bird special” promotion. To us, the only thing better than enjoying the 60+ hours worth of movies and programming we offer everyone twice a year is enjoying it all for only thirty five bucks! The ticket ordering page is up so you can order on line at any time between now and 6/19/15.

OK, it was back to work day for us today and damn, do we have a ton of shit piled up around here to get to.

See you on the road in a couple of weeks when we hit up Motor City Nightmares the weekend of April 24-26. Then we rest up a bit and get some outside work done around the house before we get back on the road again.

See you all next month,