Hold onto your butts, we’re coming to beautiful Oaks, Pennsylvania (land of the free, home of the Whopper).
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center
100 Station Ave, Hall C
Oaks, PA 19456
Tickets & Info
In addition to sponsoring a Project Twenty1 Indie Film DVD giveaway to the first 100 guests that visit our booth on Saturday or Sunday, Cinevore and Living in 8-Bits are involved in several screenings, panels, and shenanigans at RetroCon this weekend that you won’t want to miss:
Saturday, September 27th, 2014
9 am-1:30 pm (Show Floor): Cinevore/Living in 8-Bits Booth Open
3 pm-5 pm (Show Floor): Cinevore/Living in 8-Bits Booth Open
Sunday, September 28th, 2014
9 am-2 pm (Show Floor): Cinevore/Living in 8-Bits Booth Open
2:15-3:00 pm (Panel Room): Cinevore presents “Indie Filmmaking on a Shoestring”. Learn how to build a team and make indie film on tight budgets. Bring your questions!
3:00 pm-4:00 pm (Panel Room): Indie Film Showcase, featuring select episodes of Nerd vs. Geek, Living in 8-Bits, Victorian Cutout Theatre, and Cinevore Original Shorts.
4:30 pm – 8 pm (Arnold’s Family Fun Center): James Rolfe Q&A/AVGN movie screening. See Matt Conant run around in a crazy monster costume, spot cameos from your favorite gamer celebs, and see just why the behind-the-scenes Cinevore crew had bags under their eyes for the last few years.
We know you’ll also love meeting our good friend Wes Shank, the caretaker of The Blob, who is appearing at this convention for the first time! If you haven’t heard about Cinevore’s love affair with The Blob, it’s high-time you read The Philadelphia Inquirer’s take on our very nerdy Cinevore wedding involving the famous
silicone mold, I mean, movie monster.
The convention also features pop culture nostalgia cars, original art and movie props, raffles, prizes, cosplayers, and more vendor booths of collectibles than you can shake a stick at.
For up to date convention info, including full schedule, tickets, and directions check out RetroCons.com. And if you see the hosts Rosemary and Tony, make sure you thank them. They work their butts off to create this convention for us nerdy folks that refuse to stop playing with our 80’s and 90’s toys.