Horror Realm Convention Haunts Pittsburgh on September 18-20

Horror Realmâ„¢, produced by the group behind the highly successful Zombie Fest, expands its focus to the entire horror genre, from animators to zombies, for its third year in 2009.

Pittsburgh, PA, February 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Horror Realm™, an offshoot of the highly successful It's Alive Zombie Fest weekend, returns to Pittsburgh in 2009 as a three-day convention geared toward fans of zombies and the horror genre. The name and format have been revamped to distinguish the event as a convention encompassing all aspects of horror as well as zombie culture.

Horror Realm™ will be held September 18-20 at the Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh South, located directly across from the South Hills Village shopping center. The venue change allows for more than 5,200 square feet of exhibit space and will accommodate expanded film and author programs.

The convention offers:

•A dealer room featuring specialty horror-themed vendors
•Celebrity guests
•Author discussion panels and readings featuring award-winning horror writers
•Zombie & horror film festival
•Special VIP events
•Contests, demonstrations & other activities

Discounted table rates are available for exhibitors who register by March 31, 2009.

For details on the convention, including exhibitor and sponsor rates, schedule, guests and hotel reservations, please visit www.theitsaliveshow.com and click on the Horror Realm™ banner, or email hrcon@itsalivefans.com.

Horror Realm™ is produced by The It’s Alive Show Fan Club, LLC – also known as The Lifeless – and Horrorrealmonline.com. The convention enters its third consecutive year of operation in 2009.

The award winning, record setting Monroeville Mall zombie walk and World Zombie Day will continue to be held in October (date to be announced).

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