From directing cult hits like Queen of Blood, Female Werewolf and Necropolis: Legion, to writing for and editing prestigious horror magazines Fangoria and Delirium, the multi-talented Chris Alexander also happens to be a musician, and he will be appearing and performing live at the 15th annual Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas-Fort Worth on May 1st-3rd, 2020.
Alexander, along with drummer David Bertrand, will bring his live performance of psychedelic, post-industrial cinematic synth-rock to the Texas Frightmare Weekend stage. Get ready for a dark, heavy and trippy amalgam of vintage analog John Carpenter ambiance and organ-fueled Goblin groove with an experimental edge!
Alexander will also be bringing his highly knowledgeable horror insight to several of the festival's celebrity panels and Q&A's throughout the weekend, including intimate and interactive sit-downs with the cast of Doctor Sleep, Night of the Living Dead (1990), IT, John Waters' Cry-Baby and many more.
Head on over to the festival's official site to see the complete schedule of panels and events, and to purchase tickets.