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Friday, Saturday, Sunday

FRIDAY JUNE 18th

6:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Reading
Tim McDaniel
6:30 Jennifer Brozek

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 The Glamorous Grotesque
Join Party @ Display & Costume as they teach you how to unlock your inner dark beauty. They will transform one lucky attendee into an Undead Beauty.

Hoyt Room 2 Spaceship Terror
Learn about this exciting new horror/sci-fi film. Includes exclusive preview clips!
Harry TchinskiandDoug HudsonMarcel Banks, Kristen Springer

Everett Ballroom 2 Dragon Demo Live Action Martial Arts

Everett Ballroom 3 Horror Magazines worth a Read or Submission
Industry veterans offer advice for the places to find or submit short horror stories.
Nick MamatasCody GoodfellowF. Paul WilsonJenna M. PitmanAngel McCoy (M)

Everett Ballroom 4 Infection: A Live Event
Check in now and be a part of this amazing event from the beginning!
Someone is infecting convention-goers with a Zombie Plague! It’s your duty to figure out how and why. Will the movies be shown? Will the readers be able to share a story? Will the panelist be able to take questions?  If you fail the answer to all of these questions is no! The films will be left in their packages. The books will lay unopened. The microphones will be silent. You can make a difference!

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

7:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Reading
Jonathan Moon
7:30 Bruce Taylor

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Horror Screenwriting
Writing a good horror movie is a challenge. Learn to avoid the clichés and have a fun time getting your vision on paper
F. Paul WilsonJohn SkippJason HawkinsK.L. Young (M)

Hoyt Room 2 Credit Crawl: Ten Brilliant Opening Credits Sequences
Nothing sets up a great movie like a kick ass title sequence. In this examination of some of the horror genres coolest, most terrifying title sequences and creepiest opening credits come to see some new stuff, old stuff, classic joints, and obscure nuggets. There will also be a dissection of what it takes to make a title sequence, when we take a closer look at the titles for indy horror flick PERKINS 14.
Heather Buckley, Chris AlexanderSean “The Butcher” Smithson (M)

Everett Ballroom 2 Opening Night Ceremonies Chuck deClown and the Gore Gore Girls followed by Radio8Ball with Robert Englund via Skype and Nightmare on Elm Street alumni

Everett Ballroom 3 Zombie Make-up Tips
Everyone loves being a zombie and walking around freaking people out but, man!  The make-up just does not seem to come together sometimes! It will after this panel.
Eric PopeJana Hutchison, Sara James

Everett Ballroom 4 Infection: A Live Event
Continued from 6:00

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

8:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Reading                                                                                                                                                                                          James C Leonard                                                                                                                                                                                                                              8:30 Scott Glancy

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 Music and Mayhem
The soundtrack can help set the mood for an entire scene.  With its help you can instill a sense of terror, humor, confusion or just about any other emotion within your audience. In this presentation you will see some classic horror scenes to illustrate in detail how a few scant notes can change everything.
Mars HomeworldSean “The Butcher” SmithsonChris Alexander

Hoyt Room 2 Slime City Massacre Screening

After the movie stay for a Q&A with:
Robert “Craig” SabinMars Homeworld

Everett Ballroom 1 Part 1: Let’s Make a Movie: Plan It!
In part 1, we go over the plan, figure out the gear, work up a story, write the script,
plan the shoot, and pretty much anything else we can think of. That’s right, from soup to nuts, we’re going to make an entire movie here at Crypticon. This is your chance to be a part of the annual fun and learn how to make a movie on a budget so tiny calling it “shoestring” would be an insult to shoestrings. The key to making a movie, of course, is good planning!
Edward Martin III, Ryan Johnson

Everett Ballroom 2 Radio8Ball
Continued from 7:00 pm

Everett Ballroom 3 Creators Edge Press
Creator’s Edge Press was born in the back of the Comic Evolution comic shop in Puyallup, WA.  It was found by a mix of eight artists, writers, and dreamers. Together they saw a lack of outlets for independent comics and they are here to fill that void with fresh voices.  Come and learn what these up-and-comers have to offer.

Oaks Room Drinks

9:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
John Skipp and Cody Goodfellow

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 Publishing and Editing
How to get started as a successful writer, publisher, or editor in the horror genre
Rose O’KeefeNick Mamatas, James R Beach

Hoyt Room 2 Slime City Massacre Screening

After the movie stay for a Q&A with:
Robert “Craig” Sabin, Mars Homeworld

Everett Ballroom 1 Make Your Own Movie: Write It!
Continued from 8:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Radio8Ball
Continued from 7:00
Followed by Friday Night Dance

Everett Ballroom 3 Creators Edge Press
Continued from 8:00

Oaks Room Shocktails! VIP Party
VIP members and Crypticon guests rub shoulders, share eats and drinks, and schmooze in the elaborate elegance of an undead ball.
VIP MEMBERS ONLY

10:00 PM
Rucker Room 1CLOSED

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1&2 Taken Screening
writer/director Richard Valentine

Everett Ballroom 1 CLOSED

Everett Ballroom 2 Friday Night Dance

Everett Ballroom 3 ADULTS ONLY: Crazy Fetishes in the Media
Miss Sirriamnis

Everett Ballroom 4 Infection: A Live Event

Oaks Room Shocktails! VIP Party
Continued from 9:00

11:00 PM
Rucker Room 1CLOSED

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1&2 Late Night Movies
“Darkest Hour” – a Northwest production with director and co-producer in attendance. “Long Pigs,” “Drive-In Horrorshow,”

Everett Ballroom 1 ADULTS ONLY: Fetish Fashion Show feat. Gore Gore Girls Burlesque
Local designers show off their sultry, sexy looks and performers titillate your senses! 18+

Everett Ballroom 2 Friday Night Dance

Everett Ballroom 3 Nastiest Horror Films Ever
Extreme?! you think you have seen extreme? Come to this panel to find what you have been missing.
Lorelei Shannon, Thom Carnell

Everett Ballroom 4 CLOSED

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

SATURDAY JUNE 19th
11:00 AM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Wily Writers

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 Costume Contest Pre-Meeting
An absolute must if you are looking to participate in this year’s costume contest.  Specifics are outlined, questions are asked, and decisions are made.  Do not miss it!

Hoyt Room 2 Part 2: Let’s Make a Movie: Shoot It!
You were there for Part 1, right, where we figured out what we needed and planned this movie all out? Quick! Time travel! In part 2, we shoot like mad weasels, because there’s not much time and if we’re going to make a movie at light speed, then we have to move at the speed of light!  So, don’t be late, or you’ll just see red-shifted versions of us. The key to making a movie, of course, is to get the footage in the can!  Or, “box”, actually, because we’re shooting video. But you know what we mean.
Edward Martin III, Ryan Johnson

Everett Ballroom 1 Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man
Jason V. BrockWilliam F. Nolan

Everett Ballroom 2 Help! A Bear Is Eating Me!
“Global warming and the expansion of North America’s population are bringing bears and humans together with unprecedented frequency.  What is the future of our relationship with these awesome creatures?  Must we eat one another?  Can’t we all just get along?

Portland, Oregon author MYKLE HANSEN addresses that question among others in his novel HELP! A BEAR IS EATING ME! — a schadenfreude-laden farce of American hubris in the face of Nature and her servants, specifically the wild bears of Alaska.

During his one-hour presentation, Mr. Hansen, a fixture of Portland’s literary and spoken-word scenes, will deliver an enlightening and entertaining slideshow on the shifting dynamic of the human-bear relationship in this era of global warming, economic meltdown and obesity.
Mykle Hansen

Everett Ballroom 3 F. Paul Wilson Interview
K.L. Young

Everett Ballroom 4 Infection: A Live Event
Check in for day 2 of the outbreak.

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

12:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
John Pitts
12:30 Angel McCoy

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Fashion Show Pre-Meeting
Designers and others involved in tonight’s festivities learn what they need to learn to make the event run smoothly.

Hoyt Room 2 Let’s Make a Movie: Shoot It!
Continued from 11:00

Everett Ballroom 1 Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man
Continued from 11:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Dragon Demo Live Martial Arts

Everett Ballroom 3 The Future of Fangoria: New Editor-in-Chief Chris Alexander Speaks
Eric Morgret

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

1:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Reading
Lorelei Shannon
1:30 Rosemary Jones

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Book Signing: The Bleeding Edge
William F. NolanCody GoodfellowS.T. JoshiJason V. Brock

Hoyt Room 2 GOIN TO CAMP
Join Sleepaway Camp star Felissa Rose for a live audio commentary as she answers questions and pays tribute to the classic slasher film. Joining her on commentary are Shannon Flowers from Seattle Geekly as well as Celene Ramadan and Steve Lange of The Beta Society. A one-of-a-kind presentation not to be missed by any Sleepaway Camp fan. Commentary will be followed by a Q&A session.
Felissa Rose, The Beta SocietySeattle Geekly

Everett Ballroom 1 Special F. Paul Wilson Secret Screening!
“Keep” it safe, “Keep” it a secret!  A certain film based on one of F. Paul Wilson’s novel will be shown in a one-of-a-kind way!

Everett Ballroom 2 Bizarro Hour
One of the highlights of last year’s show returns!  Now with higher ceilings!  Sure to be an experience you will never forget!

Everett Ballroom 3 Ernie Hudson Interview
Jen Seaman

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

2:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Nick Mamatas
2:30 William F. Nolan

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Scary Monsters from Home!
Make your own scary make-up from items around the house.
Matt Cail

Hoyt Room 2 GOIN TO CAMP
Continued from 1:00

Everett Ballroom 1 Special F. Paul Wilson Secret Screening
Continued from 1:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Live Music from Dragon

Everett Ballroom 3 Doug Jones and Camden Toy Interview
Jay Tilley

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

3:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Reading
SatyrPhil Brucato
3:30 Cody Goodfellow

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 The History of Horror Movies
From Universal to remakes.
Chris AlexanderSean “The Butcher” SmithsonJenna M. Pitman (M)

Hoyt Room 2 Planet of Terror Presents!
Two films: Alice Jacobs is Dead: Set to the backdrop of a worldwide zombie threat, the film focuses on a doctor who’s keeping a secret in his personal life at home. A unique zombie short film that focuses on the love between two people, the lengths one will go to in achieving an end, Alice Jacobs is Dead is touching, horrifying, and ultimately heartbreaking.

Summer School: Charles is a horror fanatic who’s spent way too much time watching films and reviewing them for his blog. Due to a lack of sleep, he can’t stay awake during his summer school classes. Everytime he dozes off and wakes up, he finds himself in a new horror-themed scenario of which he’s the main victim. Will he really wake up and make it out of school alive?

Everett Ballroom 1 The Book of Zombie Screening

Everett Ballroom 2 Pure Cirkus Live Performance

Everett Ballroom 3 Margot Kidder Interview
Jen Seaman
Everett Ballroom 4 Infection: A Live Event

Oaks Room Drinks and snacks

4:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Reading
Mark Henry
4:30 Alma Alexander

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Local Success Story: Zombies of Mass Destruction
Cast and crew discusses the phenomenon.
Jenna M. Pitman

Hoyt Room 2 Planet of Terror Presents!
Continued from 3:00

Everett Ballroom 1 The Book of Zombie Screening
Continued from 3:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Pure Cirkus Live Performance
Continued from 3:00

Everett Ballroom 3 Northwest Filmmakers

Edward Martin III, Richard Valentine, Harry Tchinski, Antony De Gennaro, Ben Andrews, Bjorn Anderson, Eric Morgret(M)

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

5:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Undead Nation Writing Contest Live Finale
Two pre-selected up-and-coming northwest writers present a short story to the judges and a live audience. The winner’s story will be published in the forthcoming Undead Nation anthology and receive a host of gifts.
Rose O’KeefeF. Paul Wilson, Naick Mamatas, Chris AlexanderJenna M. Pitman

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 ARRGH! Brains!
Why do we love zombies so much? How have they managed to overrun the horror community for so many years?  What is the future of zombies?
Eric Pope, Mark Henry, Mark RahnerS.G. BrowneDerek Koch (M)

Hoyt Room 2 Beta Society Presents! Junkbucket 2
Watch the first Junkbucket followed by the trailer for Junkbucket 2!

Everett Ballroom 1 Nightmare on Elm Street Documentaries
Two filmmakers discuss their documentaries on this cultural juggernaut.
Thommy Hutson, Heather Langenkamp, Sean “The Butcher” Smithson (M)

Everett Ballroom 2 CLOSED

Everett Ballroom 3 Northwest Filmmakers
Continued from 4:00

Everett Ballroom 4 CLOSED

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

6:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Jenna M. Pitman
6:30 Nathan Crowder

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 How do the Books go to the Movies?!
You really want your author to get that break so you can see their work on the big screen and they can start making the big bucks.  But how is that done and why don’t more of them do it?  And once the process starts how come so many movies are so DIFFERENT than the book that made them possible? That’s what we are here to explain.  Directors and authors explain the process of getting words from paper to screen; the excitement, the honor, the frustration and the joy.
John SkippWilliam F. NolanF. Paul Wilson S.G. Browne (M)

Hoyt Room 2 Beta Society Presents Junkbucket 2
Continued from 5:00

Everett Ballroom 1 Best of Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival 2009
Great horror shorts: The Urge, Auburn Hills Breakdown, The Kirkie, Thirsty, Death in Charge and more

Everett Ballroom 2 CLOSED

Everett Ballroom 3 All Tomorrow’s Tentacles: The Future Of Cthulhu
Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos barely kept him in navy beans, but has grown to become the greatest cult phenomenon nobody else has heard of. But is the latest resurgence of the Cthulhu canon a sign that the stars are right at last, or just that we’re fresh out of new ideas? What sinister influence compels artists and authors to this bleak, mind-blasting stew of pulp existentialism, and what terrors can Rl’yeh and Cthulhu still hold for audiences trapped in a world besieged by oil-rig apocalypses and tentacle-porn?
S.T. JoshiNick MamatasCody GoodfellowScott Glancy (M)

Everett Ballroom 4 CLOSED

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

7:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Chris Alexander
7:30 Michael Montoure

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 Zombie Films You Might Not Have Seen
Mail Order Zombies escorts you through the world of lower-budget and more-obscure zombie filmature
Derek Koch

Hoyt Room 2 Audio Dramas
When hell is full, the dead will walk the audio waves!  The newest media frontier for horror and sci-fi is also one of the oldest!  Audio dramas are on the rise (like the walking reanimated corpse of old time radio) and show no signs of stopping.  Come and “see” why this is such a popular and vibrant storytelling option for the iPod generation and beyond.

Chris MartensJulie Hoverson (M)

Everett Ballroom 1 Best of MIFFF 2009
Continued from 6:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Costume Contest and Fashion Show
See contestants strut their stuff and local designers flaunt their wares.

Everett Ballroom 3 Skewed and Reviewed and in the News!
Come take a look at the genre films due in the next three years. From films just now going into production or in the process of being planned to the latest news on this summers blockbusters! Come for the information, stay for the Q&A session and exclusive post-panel swagline.
Gareth von Kallenbach

Everett Ballroom 4 CLOSED

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

8:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Dark Discoveries

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 The Funniest, Sickest, Most Gruesome Flash Fiction Written Tonight!
Come watch our funniest writers read stories of 1,000 words or less that they wrote today during the con.  The funniest and most uncomfortable story wins, YOU get to decide what that is!

Hoyt Room 2 Fan Podcasting
Jeff Dean, Willy GreerDerek KochShannon & Matt

Everett Ballroom 1 Zombie Walk
Led by Mr. Goth Seattle and King of Zombies, Eric Pope!

Everett Ballroom 2 Costume Contest and Fashion Show
Continued from 7:00

Everett Ballroom 3 Skewed and Reviewed and in the News!
Continued from 7:00

Everett Ballroom 4 CLOSED

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

9:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Cameron C Pierce
9:30 S.G. Browne

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1&2 13 Atrocities: The Return of Films Every Horror Fan Needs to See
It’s baaaaack. You’ll be scurrying to Scarecrow video after this presentation. Sadistic maniacs. Psychotic femme fatales. Cannibals. Satanic cults. Urban lycanthropes. Alien invaders. Ancient evils. Giant insects. All that and more is represented here folks! This year will be a  couple of very special surprises thrown in to thrill and chill you.
Chris AlexanderSean “The Butcher” Smithson (M)

Everett Ballroom 1 Zombie Walk
Continued from 8:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Stocker Farms Field of Screams Saturday Night Dance Party
Stocker Farms Field of Screams and DJ Mix Master Beck are going to deck out this year’s Crypticon Party with creepy ambiance and devious music all nigh, 9-til  we drop!

Everett Ballroom 3 Writers Iron Hack!
John SkippCody Goodfellow, Cameron Pierce, and Jeremy Robert Johnson, Eric Morgret (M)

Everett Ballroom 4 CLOSED

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

10:00 PM
Rucker Room 1CLOSED

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1&2 13 ATROCITIES: The Return of Films Every Horror Fan Needs to See
Continued from 9:00

Everett Ballroom 1 Center Ring Cinema
Our own vile spokesperson talks movies!
Chuck deClown

Everett Ballroom 2 Stocker Farms Field of Screams Saturday Night Dance Party
Continued from 9:00

Everett Ballroom 3 Guerilla Panel

Everett Ballroom 4 CLOSED

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

11:00 PM
Hoyt Room 1&2 Late Night Movies
“Someone is Knocking at the Door” is a premiere. See it at Crypticon first it is ADULTS ONLY! “The Hills Run Red” (R rated)

SUNDAY JUNE 20th
10:00 AM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Jason V. Brock
10:30 Timothy Long

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 Guerrilla Panel

Hoyt Room 2 Proud to be a Horror Fan and How to Draw Others out of the Closet
For decades horror has been considered a ghetto genre by “real” filmmakers and literary fiction.  But those of us who love it know that there is more to it than just girls screaming and lots of blood.  The fact of the matter is that many people, even “normal folks,” have a soft spot for a horror film or two.  So how can you prove to friends and family who claim to “not like scary movies” that the genre is just as serious as the last Oscar winning movie?
Lorelei Shannon, Thom Carnell, Jenna M. PitmanEric Morgret (M)

Everett Ballroom 1 The Best of the Tri-Cities Fan Film Festival

Everett Ballroom 2 Horror Trivia Contest  featuring Seattle Geekly

Everett Ballroom 3 NW Haunters Crypticon Panel

The frightful and gloomy NW is filled with many dark attractions, aka haunted houses, that light up in October. Members from Black Lake Insane Asylum, Dark Hollow Haunted Forest, Haunted Nightmare, and Stocker Farms Field of Screams will share what’s coming to the Puget Sound this season. Learn, listen, and lounge at this informative open discussion about local indoor and outdoor haunted attractions!

Everett Ballroom 4 Infected: A Live Event
Day 3, where are we now?

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

11:00 AM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Timothy W. Long and Jonathan Moon

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Forgotten Slasher Films
Are you a fan of films featuring deranged, mask wearing lunatics slicing and dicing nubile young co-eds? Come learn about some slasher films that DON’T have killers named Jason, Michael or Freddy! Long, lost films from a time when VHS ruled the land!
Jeff Dean, Willy Greer

Hoyt Room 2 Part 3: Let’s Make a Movie: Edit It!
Let’s make a movie! You were there for Part 2, right, where we shot video like crazy? Quick! Time travel! In part 3, we show you a little about editing, how we put all that crazy footage down and make it into a movie that makes some kind of sense. Actually, we hope it makes some
kind of sense. We never really know. If you bought a computer within the past two years, chances are excellent that you have more digital video editing power at your fingertips than has ever been subject to the hands of Ordinary People. Learn about using this power for Good.
Or Evil. We don’t care, because we only use it for Fun. The key to making a movie, of course, is editing.
Edward Martin III, Ryan Johnson

Everett Ballroom 1 The Best of the Tri-Cities Fan Film Festival
Continued from 10:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Kane Hodder Interview
Steve Lange

Everett Ballroom 3 Dragon Demo Live Action Martial Arts

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

12:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Jeremy Robert Johnson
12:30 John Skipp

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Horror Games you Didn’t Know you Wanted to Play
We’ve all heard of Dungeons and Dragons (geeks!) and are tired of Clue and Risk.  But did you know that even with the tv and computer turned off that there are horror options to play?
Scott Glancy, Mickie Shulz, Eric Pope, Aron Tarbuck (M)

Hoyt Room 2 Make your own movie: Edit It!
Continued from 11:00

Everett Ballroom 1 Special F. Paul Wilson Secret Screening PART TWO!

Everett Ballroom 2 Nightmare on Elm Street
The stars of the films talk shop.

Everett Ballroom 3 Remaking Romero
How has the master of zombies influenced the undead hoards in today’s media?

Chris Martens, Eric Pope, Mark Henry, Mark RahnerS.G. BrowneDerek Koch (M)

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

1:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Reading
Erik Scott de Bei
1:30 Alan Gandy

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Up from the Depths! 30 Stories Tall!
Godzilla! Godzilla! GODZILLA!!!
Come listen to a panel of experts talk about, you guessed it, Godzilla and all his pals!
Jeff Burk, Aron Tarbuck, Nick Gucker, Kyle Yount, K.L. Young (M)

Hoyt Room 2 Son of Terror Screening
Local Northwest film with cast and crew Q&A

Everett Ballroom 1 Mail Order Zombie Movies!
One of the most knowledgeable people in the genre introduces a new zombie movie:  “George’s Intervention”
Derek M. Koch

Everett Ballroom 2 Crypticon Make-up Contest Finale and Closing Ceremonies
Make up contest winner announced, Crypt-i-con Award presented and a charity auction.

Everett Ballroom 3 The Survival Game
You’ve all played it.  You’re watching the screen and you just know that the main characters are doing something stupid.
Well… aren’t they?
What does it take to really survive a zombie apocalypse, or a crazed, knife weidling maniac, your haunted house, or an insidious parasite that seems to be taking over your town?

John SkippCody GoodfellowNick MamatasS.G. BrowneJenna M. Pitman (M)

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

2:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Guerrilla Panels

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Seattle Geekly Podcast
Our very own Seattle Geekly records a live podcast from Crypticon!

Hoyt Room 2 Son of Terror Screening
Continued from 1:00

Everett Ballroom 1 Mail Order Zombie Movies!
Continued from 1:00

Everett Ballroom 2 Closing Ceremonies
Continued from 1:00

Everett Ballroom 3 Internet Piracy and Peer to Peer Filesharing
Jeff Burk, Carlton Mellick III, Jennifer Brozek, Nick MamatasJohn Skipp

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

3:00 PM
Rucker Room 1 Guerrilla Panels

Rucker Room 2 Art Show

Hoyt Room 1 Start Your Kids Right; Start Them on Horror
You want to introduce your children to horror but let’s face it, this isn’t the most “family friendly” genre in the world.  So what is out there?  What movies and books are appropriate for growing minds?  Is there anything actually made for children that isn’t corny or overtly silly?  Are the days of Mary Downing Hahn and R.L. Stein done for?  What happened to shows like Are You Afraid of the Dark and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters?  And how much damage do YOU think the next Saw film or Feast II will do to a youngster?
Thom Carnell, Cody GoodfellowJason V. BrockLorelei Shannon (M)

Hoyt Room 2 Mail Order Zombie Podcast
Mail Order Zombie records a live podcast at Crypticon!

Everett Ballroom 1 Women of Horror
Over the years women have had a profound influence over the horror genre and yet when we think of “horror greats” hardly any female names come to mind.  Let’s talk about why that is, who has done some amazing work, who to watch next, and what should be done about gender stereotypes in the genre.
Jenna M. Pitman,Jennifer Brozek, Heather BuckleyAngel McCoy (M)

Everett Ballroom 2 Dragon Demo Live Action Martial Arts

Everett Ballroom 3&4 Infection: A Live Event Finale
Come to see how it all played out!

Oaks Room Drinks and Snacks

4:00 PM
Rucker Room 1Guerrilla Panels

Rucker Room 2 Art Show CLOSED

Hoyt Room 1 Gravestone Pictures Final Word Casting

Hoyt Room 2 Guerrilla Panels

Everett Ballroom 1 Guerrilla Panels

Everett Ballroom 2 Guerrilla Panels

Everett Ballroom 3 What Would You Like from Crypticon in 2011?
What did you like this year?  What would you like to see us do differently?  Is there something you just keep hoping we’ll include and we keep overlooking it?  Come give us input to make next year even better!  (Please keep comments polite and respectful, constructive criticism only)

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