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In The Media

For The Love Of Horror 2018 gathered some fantastic press coverage before and after the event last October, take a look at what amazing things the media had to say about this amazing new event - undoubtedly the UK's most exciting Horror event!

"Throw together getting to meet some fantastic new customers, making awesome new friends and contacts, and experiencing literally the best atmosphere of any con we’ve attended yet and we had the perfect recipe for the best weekend ever! "

"The Scare attraction, All kinds of horror , back to back while walking through scared the socks off of us and the end part being chased by Michael Myers with a chainsaw was just brilliant!"

"Tyler Mane stunned the Manchester audience of an opening day screening of Halloween by introducing the film at ODEON Great Northern. "

"Horror fans in for a frightful treat at new Manchester horror convention For The Love Of Horror"

"We’re sitting in a Manchester bar, the evening before Trejo is due to appear at For the Love of Horror, a two-day convention. Nearby sits Tyler Mane, who plays Michael Myers in the latest Halloween films, although the masked murderer looks slightly less terrifying when eating a sandwich."

"Guests were treated to recreations of some of the scariest films ever made and got to meet stars from the screen at For The Love of Horror at the BEC Arena on Saturday."

"Other big horror names appearing at the convention include Danny Trejo, Tyler Mane who played Sabretooth in X-Men and Michael Myers in the 2007 remake of Halloween and the sequel Halloween II and Game of Thrones' Richard Blake and Human Centipede producer Ilona Six."

"For the Love of Horror movie convention: Scare event brings stars including Hollywood hardman Danny Trejo to the North West next week - everything you need to know"

"The UK's most spine-chilling new horror movie convention comes to the North West next week – with organisers warning those easily frightened to stay away!"