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  1. Hi, I need some advice. I booked the Robert Englund makeup photoshoot last year, but forgot to buy an entrance ticket. The Saturday was announced as sold out (without any low ticket warnings at all ), which resulted in many of us stuck with a £100+ photoshoot ticket and no entrance ticket to attend it. I'm no newbie here and have attended for many years, so this was a simple forgotten mistake. With that said, Showmasters replied to several people on Facebook to email for assistance, which suggests there was a potential solution in hand. I sent an email that very same day, however, it's been nearly 2 weeks and still no reply (only the initial "high volume of enquiries" automated email the same day). So today we have learnt that the event has been postponed to November, so will someone still get back to me? I know it's early days yet, but will there be more tickets released if people can't attend the new date? Thanks
  2. Yeah that's the same documentary on the Eaten Alive blu-ray. It's great :) I'm currently trying to track down the Man From The Deep River blu-ray, but don't want the censored UK version.
  3. Yeah, as soon as I posted that image I was bit unsure whether it would offend some. I've changed the image now.
  4. Yes I did. Nice lady, but appeared a bit on the shy side. She signed my Eaten Alive sleeve. I asked her whether she would still have done that movie if she could turn back time and to my surprise she said "no". Me Me Lai said she really didn't like that movie at all and preferred making Man From The Deep River.
  5. From my experience they were very nice again (I first met them a few years ago at another event) Ruggero has limited english, occasionally needing the lady next to him (presumably his grand daughter) to translate, but still holds a conversation fine. As soon as he saw the image I wanted him to sign, he asked me whether I knew how it was done (the infamous wooden stake impalement). He said the wooden stake was attached to a bicycle seat and only cost them $10 to create. I asked him whether House On The Edge Of the Park sequel would still happen, despite David Hess' passing, but he said it wouldn't work without him. Francesca was also very chatty, happily signed the same image and posed for photos too. I asked her whether she would still do Cannibal Holocaust if she could turn back time and she said "yes!". The only difference being that she regretted turning down the roles Ruggero gave her after that movie was released.
  6. Does anyone know whether David Naughton was on VQ tickets today? Also James Jude Courtney too?
  7. Such sad news. Am happy to have met him, but do regret not getting the photo or getting a second autograph the next day. My memories of Rutger that weekend was approaching him at his table where gave me a cheeky tongue out face while taking a bite from his Mars bar. Also as I left the venue, I saw him having a smoke outside, visibly very tired from a long day. He will be missed.
  8. Thanks for the replies guys. I too remember the 2014 LFCC event; so much confusion at the separate gate entries. Just thought this might have changed since the move from Earls Court to the Olympia venue.
  9. I was looking to attend one of the days at a later time, at a discounted price, but there is only one type of ticket. Eventbrite pretty much confirms this, but is there any reason why this was stopped from previous events?
  10. I didn't meet George, but was next to him while waiting for Robert Englund. I noticed that the man sitting next to him was using a laminated card sign to block people from seeing George's autograph from being written. Never seen that before. I assume it was to prevent anyone from seeing how it's written and creating fakes.
  11. Very happy about the costume photoshoot. I met him at another event over a year ago and the photographers totally messed up my photoshoot making it completely out of focused. Didn't think I could get another opportunity, so thank you Showmasters. I know I can rely on you!
  12. He haid no queue by the end of the day. Felt like going back to him for a chat. What I will complain about is how they managed the VQ system. When I got to his table at 9am, they were not using VQ tickets despite him being very busy on the Friday. A red-tshirt crew member said "not at this time". Of course a long queue formed soon after and a VQ system was put in place. I got 27. The problem was that the system was just simply forgotten about. No one was checking VQ tickets later in the day and the queue was getting longer that was blocking people from getting to other quests. There were people in front of me that had no VQ tickets but still got to meet Nick Castle. When it was my turn, I was't asked to show my ticket.
  13. Yeah me too. I'm pretty familiar with the venue layout, but was turned away at each exit until I got to the exit where the entrance is (there is a big Showmaster's exit sign above it). Not cool after being on my feet for 14 hours. Also, the new exit at Olympia West is a lot smaller, so you get a bottleneck effect and with a lot of people crowding around outside.
  14. I've heard through the grapevine that he might be reducing the number of appearances, but not stopping. Showmasters have already confirmed he will be a diamond pass guest next time.
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