KillerToyz is your one stop shop for horror and sci-fi action figures and collectibles both old and new, featuring a killer selection of slashers, stalkers, tricksters and walkers!
The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival will be at Frightmare in the Falls! They’ll have awesome festival swag and giveaways, as well as panels and screenings at FITF! Blood in the Snow is the premiere genre festival in Canada focusing exclusively on Canadian horror, sci-fi and other dark films. Its 6th year will take place November 23 to 26, 2017 at the The Royal Cinema in Toronto ON. For more details on BITS, visit www.bloodinthesnow.ca.
The Dead Glamour Girlz have been known for keeping the gore in gorgeous…now, you can meet them at Frightmare in the Falls! They’ll have calendars and merch for sale all weekend long! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet sexy versions of your nightmares!
Deadly Grounds Coffee Canada, It’s Coffee To Die For and Zombie Approved! Get your fix at Frightmare in the Falls. With more than a dozen roasts and flavours, plus 5 flavours of Terror Tea, there’s something for everyone!
Taboo Textiles is a small original art T-shirt and screen printing company that specializes in brutal art images and underground/independent horror films. Pop by their booth and pick up some sick swag!
Renowned Horror Artist Steve Mcginnis Horror illustration will be at Frightmare in the Falls to spook you with his amazing lifelike art! Steve’s work has been on the covers of Fangoria, Diabolique, Gore Noir, Scream Queens and The Cemetery Dance, a collection of short stories featuring Stephen King and Clive Barker. He also contributed to Barbie Wilde’s book the Voices of the Damned as well as the art book celebrating the 35th anniversary of John Carpenters The Thing. Steve recently released his first slasher graphic novel published through SST publications with the follow up due this month.
Black Orchid Designs started 17 years ago striving to create one of a kind alternative fashion for all sizes!! They will feature an assortment of dresses with horror and post apocalyptic themes. They work in every material and are willing to create custom designs for you!
It’s Alive! is a Canadian company owned and operated by Melissa Christie. Melissa uses her drawing and painting abilities to create unique horror orientated images, which she then transforms into silkscreens. Each of the final object has been hand printed, and painted using water based eco friendly inks. No two items are alike, and are truly unique!
Mitch Markowitz is the co-producer of the iconic Hilarious House of Frightenstein as well co-staring as the Super Hippy character with Vincent Price and Billy Van.
The Markowitz Corporation originally produced 130 hour long episodes of The Hilarious House of Frightenstein specifically for CHCH TV in Hamilton, Ontario. They thought the series would run for one year and then fade away, disappearing into television heaven. On the contrary, the series was syndicated numerous times over the years across Canada, the U.S. and abroad, airing as far as Spain, Norway and Australia. The company never anticipated that the series would attain ‘cult’ status.
Having been on the air since 1971, The Hilarious House of Frightenstein is the longest running kids’ TV show in Canadian history.
Representing HHOF, Mitch regularly appears at Comic Cons, Festivals and other large, live events on both sides of the border meeting, greeting, signing autographs for and posing for ‘selfies’ with three generations of Frightenstein fans. The grandparents watched the original run in the early 70’s, their kids watched re-runs in the 90’s and 2000’s and their grandchildren are being introduced to our show via DVD’s, You Tube and more recent re-runs.
When people at these shows walk by and see the large Frightenstein poster on display beside or behind Mitch, the reaction is always exactly the same – “OMG I grew up watching that show!”
The Hilarious House of Frightenstein inspired many of today’s superstars including Mike Myers, Jim Carrey, Alice Cooper, Steven Page, Russell Peters, Dave Thomas, John Candy and the rest of the SCTV gang.
More recently, Mitch co-starred with Academy Award winner Vanessa Redgrave in Rue Morgue Cinema’s supernatural/horror feature film, The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival to critical acclaim going on to be screened at more than 30 film festivals worldwide, garnering numerous awards.
Mitch has also co-starred in The Butcher Shop FX Studio & Rabid Dog Films feature film Human Cattle, co-starred/featured as a celebrity guest on numerous paranormal investigation television series including Paranormal Investigators, Niagara’s Most Haunted and Spirits and Spice.
He also co-starred as a celebrity guest in George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead Live.
Mitch is currently in talks with broadcasters in Canada and the U.S. regarding a return of the original Frightenstein series to the air, the possibility of a reboot (a new version of the original show), an animated series, as well as discussing the work-in-progress documentary film about The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, which would include interviews with the aforementioned celebrities, as well as Victoria Price (Vincent’s Daughter), and many more.
Malcolm Danare is an American actor and voice actor, known for his role of Caesar in the 1985 film Heaven Help Us and Dr. Mendel Craven in the 1998 film Godzilla and its animated series followup. He is also known for voicing Kipling in Monster High and voicing Tiny of Ever After High and John Carpenter’s horror classic “CHRISTINE”. Malcolm also co-starred in Columbia Picture’s “GODZILLA” and its animated series follow-up.
Danare recently co-produced two films set to be released in 2016. “THE SUMMERLAND PROJECT.” A science fiction set in the future. Starring Ed Begley Jr., Kate Vernon and Eddie Jemison, and “THE TAKER,” a contemporary horror film.
Celebrate 35 years of Creepshow with Joe Hart’s Creepshow Expo at Frightmare in the Falls! The horror classic was released Nov. 12, 1982, which makes FITF the 35th anniversary to the date! Over 1,000 square feet of screen and set-used authentic props and replicas, rare movie posters and so much more!