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  1. Davey

    Exclusive convention t-shirt

    Hey Everyone! Just to let you know I have edited the original post with hopefully all the info you need about the t-shirts. I will quickly summarise here for you too! Yes we will be making 2XL size available - Keep an eye on the shop They are standard fit, not skinny, fitted, frilly, just normal shirt sleeved t-shirts! They are only available to Chevron 7.6 ticket holders. If you don't know your Reg number, then please put your ticket order number in the notes when ordering. If you have any questions please ask! Thanks Davey
  2. Davey

    Eternal Twilight 4

    The wristbands are easily washable and can not fall off. They are material like your clothes, so will not irritate the skin. I have worn wristbands at 5 day rock festivals and they seem to cope just fine, having been in several mosh pits, crowd surfed,showered, washed and everything in a wristband, it stays on and gets cleaned very easily. At the end of the day you don't get a choice what you are given at these festival/events to wear. It is proof you are a paying customer, and makes sure no one gate crashes. Even in the really bad conditions at Reading festival this year, my wristband didnt fall off, stay dirty at all. They are safe, secure and they still make a good keep sake. Even this persons wristband was fine: Don't think we will have this problem at Eternal Twilight Anyway, back to schedule, looks good Will be an awesome weekend Davey
  3. We are pleased to announce our latest guest for Collectormania Glasgow: Paul Blake: Greedo in Star Wars Showmasters
  4. Davey

    Can someone at Showmasters confirm for us

    Its just generally themed Cival War, so you can dress as the dead or in cival war get up....its up to you guys to make it look like you want it, we just set the scene Davey
  5. Davey

    RAF Memorial

    Nice to hear its getting the go ahead News on the Memorial Davey
  6. Davey

    FORUM MEET 2009

    Did I miss this?
  7. Davey

    Chevron 7.4

    Hi everyone, We have posted the schedule up for Chevron 7.4! Please note that Friday evening looks a little different to normal due to us having to play musical rooms at the hotel. However, we have managed to get everything in, just in a slightly different order to normal! We're all very excited about what promises to be a fantastic weekend with amazing guests. Look forward to seeing everyone then! Mark Massive Events
  8. Davey

    Battle For Christmas Number One

    I quote my original post "decent" Simon Cowell wins again! Tell you what, I wouldn't mind being Simon Cowell lol!
  9. Davey

    Battle For Christmas Number One

    I mentioned this on Facebook: Who "actually" sits in front of the Radio every Sunday and totally cares about who is number 1? Who whole heartedly "CARES" who is number 1 every week? Some of you say its a Simon Cowell thing.....Simon Cowell will have number ones all year round! He doesn't give a fudge if RATM beat Joe! He still gets paid because the people who want to buy the single will still buy the single! They won't turn around and go "actually maybe I will buy RATM instead"!! Its not as if X-Factor are even blocking a decent Christmas song getting to number 1, lets face it, when was the last time there was a decent Christmas song released? I understand that people have raised money for charity by downloading RATM, which is great, but thats not the reason people are downloading RATM. As I mentioned before, people will still buy the single so you are not doing any harm to X-Factor or Simon Cowell, it's Joe that gets the punch in the stomach. I personally don't give a flying monkeys who is number 1, I never listen to the charts and probably never will. It's the fact that Joe DID work hard to win to be able to release a single, surely that means he deserves his 5 minutes of fame? Thanks for listening, just thought this was a one sided thread and needed a little sprucing up before xmas
  10. We are pleased to announce our latest guest for Collectormania London: Ray Harryhausen: Film producer & Special Effects Creator: 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Jason & the Argonauts Ray Harryhausen is an American film producer and a special effects creator most famous for his brand of stop-motion model animation. Some of his most notable works have included his animation on Mighty Joe Young (with pioneer Willis O'Brien, which won the Academy Award for special effects) (1949), The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (his first color film) and Jason and the Argonauts, featuring a famous sword fight against seven skeleton warriors. Mr Harryhausen will only be signing on Saturday for about an hour. He will be at the show from 10am. Filmography In Development: War Eagles (details only on IMDbPro) Harryhausen (details only on IMDbPro) Producer: Ray Harryhausen Presents: The Pit and the Pendulum (2006) (executive producer) Ray Harryhausen: The Early Years Collection (2005) (V) (executive producer) The Story of 'The Tortoise & the Hare' (2002) (producer) ... aka The Tortoise & the Hare (USA: short title) Clash of the Titans (1981) (producer) Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977) (producer) ... aka Sinbad at the World's End The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974) (producer) The Valley of Gwangi (1969) (associate producer) ... aka Gwangi ... aka The Lost Valley ... aka The Valley Time Forgot ... aka The Valley Where Time Stood Still First Men in the Moon (1964) (associate producer) ... aka H.G. Wells' First Men in the Moon (UK: complete title) Jason and the Argonauts (1963) (associate producer) ... aka Jason and the Golden Fleece The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958) (associate producer) The Story of King Midas (1953) (producer) The Story of 'Hansel and Gretel' (1951) (TV) (producer) The Story of 'Rapunzel' (1951) (producer) The Story of 'Little Red Riding Hood' (1949) (producer) The Storybook Review (1946) (producer) (uncredited) ... aka Mother Goose Stories (USA: alternative title) How to Bridge a Gorge (1942) (producer) (uncredited) Visual Effects: Clash of the Titans (1981) (special visual effects creator) Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977) (creator of special visual effects) ... aka Sinbad at the World's End The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974) (creator of special visual effects) The Valley of Gwangi (1969) (visual effects) ... aka Gwangi ... aka The Lost Valley ... aka The Valley Time Forgot ... aka The Valley Where Time Stood Still One Million Years B.C. (1966) (special visual effects creator) First Men in the Moon (1964) (creator of special visual effects) ... aka H.G. Wells' First Men in the Moon (UK: complete title) Jason and the Argonauts (1963) (special visual effects creator) ... aka Jason and the Golden Fleece Mysterious Island (1961) (special visual effects creator) ... aka Jules Verne's Mysterious Island (UK: complete title) The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960) (visual effects) ... aka The Worlds of Gulliver The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958) (special visual effects creator) 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957) (visual effects) ... aka The Beast from Space The Animal World (1956) (effects technician) It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955) (visual effects) ... aka Monster from Beneath the Sea Tulips Shall Grow (1942) (chief animator) (uncredited) ... aka Madcap Models No. U1-5: Tulips Shall Grow (USA: series title) Director: Ray Harryhausen: The Early Years Collection (2005) (V) The Story of 'The Tortoise & the Hare' (2002) ... aka The Tortoise & the Hare (USA: short title) The Story of King Midas (1953) (uncredited) The Story of 'Hansel and Gretel' (1951) (TV) The Story of 'Rapunzel' (1951) The Storybook Review (1946) (uncredited) ... aka Mother Goose Stories (USA: alternative title) How to Bridge a Gorge (1942) (uncredited) Animation Department: The Story of 'The Tortoise & the Hare' (2002) (animator) ... aka The Tortoise & the Hare (USA: short title) The Puppetoon Movie (1987) (animator: Puppetoon Studios USA) Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956) (special photographic and animation effects) ... aka Invasion of the Flying Saucers The Story of 'Little Red Riding Hood' (1949) (animator) The Storybook Review (1946) (animator) ... aka Mother Goose Stories (USA: alternative title) How to Bridge a Gorge (1942) (animator) (as Raymond Harryhausen) Actor: Elf (2003) (voice) .... Polar Bear Cub ... aka Buddy - Der Weihnachtself (Germany) Mighty Joe Young (1998) .... Gentleman at Party ... aka Mighty Joe (UK) Beverly Hills Cop III (1994) .... Bar Patron Spies Like Us (1985) .... Dr. Marston 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957) (uncredited) .... Man Feeding Elephant ... aka The Beast from Space Special Effects: 1960s 1950s 1940s The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960) (special effects) ... aka The Worlds of Gulliver Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956) (special effects) (uncredited) ... aka Invasion of the Flying Saucers It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955) (technical effects creator) ... aka Monster from Beneath the Sea The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953) (animation effects) Mighty Joe Young (1949) (first technician) ... aka Mr. Joseph Young of Africa Writer: 1970s 1950s Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977) (story) ... aka Sinbad at the World's End The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974) (story) The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958) (story) (uncredited)
  11. ......We are pleased to announce our next guest for Eternal Twilight 3: Kiowa Gordon: Embry Call - Twilight Saga. Embry is a teenage shapeshifter from La Push and is one of Jacob's "wingmen". We look forward to having Kiowa to the show & we hope that you all enjoy watching New Moon! Massive Events
  12. Davey

    Live Music Again?

    Thats exactly what we wanted: Amazing Atmosphere! Glad you had fun
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