Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The Americanvirus Picture Series - Dog Car Afternoon

Dog Car Afternoon

As the holidays are quickly coming into focus, so to speak, we continue the Americanvirus Picture Series this week with another photo from Jonas (Marlowe) Seaman (Joseph from the original Children of the Corn) called - Dog Car Afternoon. Through his lens, Jonas has captured some of the most unique and amazing images in the world of photography and it is our extreme pleasure to be able to bring you this exclusive series every month! If you want to see more of Jonas' creative work, check out his official website at Americanvirus.com and as always, you can also find more of his outstanding photography on his official page at Flickr. Happy Thanksgiving Americanvirus!

Monday, November 23, 2009

"HorrorHounds of the Corn" - More Fan Photos From HorrorHound Weekend 2009 in Cincinnati

Just received more fan photos from HorrorHound Weekend that took place this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday. A big "Thanks" goes out to Beth, Evan, Amanda and Shawn for sharing their pictures from the event posing with Courtney Gains and John Franklin! And don't forget, if you have any HorrorHound Weekend pictures that you would like to see here, send us an email at childrenofthecornmovie@yahoo.com and we will be glad to post them!

Beth with Courtney Gains
Beth with Courtney Gains

Beth with John Franklin
Beth with John Franklin

Evan Ganz with Courtney Gains
Evan Ganz with Courtney Gains

Amanda and Jimmy with Courtney Gains
Amanda and Jimmy with Courtney Gains

Amanda and Jimmy with John Franklin
Amanda and Jimmy with John Franklin

Shawn Campbell with John Franklin and Courtney Gains
Shawn Campbell with John Franklin
and Courtney Gains

Sunday, November 22, 2009

"HorrorHounds of the Corn" - Fan Photos From HorrorHound Weekend 2009 in Cincinnati

If you had the chance to go to HorrorHound Weekend in Cincinnati this weekend, then you were treated to a double dose from the corn! Courtney Gains AND John Franklin were both there in attendance for signing autographs, taking pictures and just talking with all of the Children of the Corn fans. One lucky fan had her picture taken not with one, but with both of everybody's Gatlin favorites! Thanks Melissa for sending these to us for posting! From what we have heard, everybody had a great time at the event and can't wait for the next one! If you have any HorrorHound Weekend pictures like Melissa's that you would like to have posted, shoot us an email at childrenofthecornmovie@yahoo.com and we will be glad to put them up! Thanks again Melissa!

Melissa and Courtney GainsMelissa and John FranklinMelissa with John Franklin and Courtney Gains

Friday, November 20, 2009

HorrorHound Weekend 2009 Cincinnati Is The Place To Be!

HorrorHound Weekend Cincinnati
Hey HorrorHounds! If you are attending HHW Cincinnati convention this weekend, then you are in the right place! With all of shows, booths and attendees appearing, HW has went to the utmost extremes to bring you, the horror fans, what you deserve! The Best!! And of course, two of your favorite Gatlin natives are there for the Children of the Corn 25th Anniversary! He Who Walks Behind The Rows has to be well pleased! If anyone would like to send their convention photos this weekend with Courtney Gains or John Franklin (or any of the guests for that matter) to us, we will post them as quick as we can! Just shoot us an email with the pics to - childrenofthecornmovie@yahoo.com or use the info@childrenofthecornmovie.com link on the side of the page! Have a great time at HHW horror fans, and remember - "It's All About The Original..."!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Horror's Hallowed Grounds Episode 1 Uncut Running On FearNet.com For A Limited Time

Horror's Hallowed GroundsIf you are a fan of John Carpenter's excellent film Halloween, or if you are just a horror fan in general, then this is something you don't want to miss! What if you could visit the filming locations of your favorite horror films from the past? Would it be Friday the 13th? Poltergeist? The Amityville Horror? And what if you could tell other horror fans about your experiences. Would you make the fans feel like they were there? Well, with Horror's Hallowed Grounds, series creator Sean Clark has done just that. Centering on famous horror genre films and the places that brought them to the screen, HHG revisits the areas and towns that made each one of these movies without a doubt, memorable in the eyes of moviegoers everywhere. While Horror's Hallowed Grounds is currently being published as an article in HorrorHound Magazine (click here for their website), one of them was made as a television episode featured on the Halloween - 25 Years of Terror dvd available from Anchor Bay Entertainment. Covering the original shooting locations for John Carpenter's Halloween, Sean brings US to the movie with his insightful interviews and information as he tracks down the places where Carpenter filmed his vision of what was to become one of the most popular horror-film franchises that continues to this day. And now, for a limited time, FearNet.com has recently posted a 7-minute, uncut streaming version of HHG's Halloween episode on their website that you can view here or by watching it below. Also, be sure to check out the official HHG website at www.horrorshallowedgrounds.com where you can find links to all of Sean's HHG articles and info on future ones as well. The HHG uncut video will be running until November 20th so be sure you let FearNet.com know what you think and let's get Horror's Hallowed Grounds picked up as a series!

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Exclusive Jonathan Elias Interview by Soundtracks Examiner Mark Morton

If you are a fan of the original Children of the Corn, then I'm sure you remember the excellent soundtrack score composed by Jonatahn Elias. Through the years, Jonathan has paved his way in the world of music creating memorable themes and compositions to films such as Vamp, Pathfinder, and is responsible for some of the most recognizable jingles in entertainment history (Yahoo! yodle anyone?). Recently, our friend, Soundtrack Examiner Mark Morton, hosted an exclusive interview with Jonathan which you can read here or visit www.examiner.com/x-12873-Soundtracks-Examiner for Mark's full line of horror composer interviews and soundtrack reviews.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Just a Reminder - Come See John Franklin and Courtney Gains at Horrorhound Weekend

Hey Horror Fans - Just a reminder! On November 20th-22nd at the HorrorHound Weekend Convention in Cincinnati Ohio, two of your favorite Gatlin natives will be on hand signing autographs and taking pictures. That's right! John Franklin (Isaac) AND Courtney Gains (Malachai) will BOTH be in attendance this year for the 25th anniversary of the original 1984 classic, Stephen King's Children of the Corn. This year will be a very big event with other guests attending such as - Elvira, Tom Savini, Scout-Taylor Compton (Rob Zombie's Halloween 1&2), Gunnar Hansen ("Leatherface" The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Tom Atkins (The Fog, Halloween 3, Night of the Creeps), Quinn Lord (Trick 'r Treat's "Sam" in his 1st convention appearance) and many, many others! HorrorHound Weekend will also be hosting the much anticipated premiere of Sean Clark's "The Black Waters of Echo's Pond" (view the official website here) starring an amazing cast including - Danielle Harris, James Duval, Elise & Electra Avellan and Robert Patrick (keep checking horrorhoundweekend.com for details). Until then, below are a few website banners that you can place on your own websites or blogs advertising the event. Just copy the code and paste! And as you should for all events, don't forget to check with the venue or website for any last-minute schedule changes or guest cancellations before traveling or making traveling arrangements. Also, there is usually a charge for autographs and related items so keep this in mind when waiting in line to see your favorites!