2010 San Diego Comic-Con with a "Why So Critical?" panel Saturday, July 24th at 5:30pm in Room 24ABC at the San Diego Convention Center. Owner and Publisher of Film Threat and FilmThreat.com, Mark Bell, joins founder Chris Gore (Attack of the Show), filmmakers Kevin Smith (Clerks) and Malcolm Ingram (Bear Nation), and former editors Paul Zimmerman (Femme Fatales) and David E. Williams (Film Threat Video Guide) in a celebration of 25 years of independent and underground film insanity as seen through the eyes of Film Threat..."> Film Threat - Film Threat 25th Anniversary Panel At The 2010 San Diego Comic-con

FILM THREAT 25TH ANNIVERSARY PANEL AT THE 2010 SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON

Film Threat will be proudly celebrating our 25th anniversary at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con with a “Why So Critical?” panel Saturday, July 24th at 5:30pm in Room 24ABC at the San Diego Convention Center. Owner and Publisher of Film Threat and FilmThreat.com, Mark Bell, joins founder Chris Gore (Attack of the Show), filmmakers Kevin Smith (Clerks) and Malcolm Ingram (Bear Nation), and former editors Paul Zimmerman (Femme Fatales) and David E. Williams (Film Threat Video Guide) in a celebration of 25 years of independent and underground film insanity as seen through the eyes of Film Threat…




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One Comment on "FILM THREAT 25TH ANNIVERSARY PANEL AT THE 2010 SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON"

  1. Kirk Brainard on Wed, 14th Jul 2010 3:53 pm 

    Hey all,

    Big fan of the magazine. I have a collection of all the old Film Threat Video Guides which was easily my favorite at the time, and turned me on to RED. Which I turned all my buddies on to……..

    I will see you at the panel !

    What does it take to get into a Film Threat Comic-Con party?

    Thanks Chris and the gang.

    Kirk (I’ll cut yer belly open….show you all the dark stuff inside” Brainard.


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