What Nightmares Are Made Of...
Fright Room Productions is proud to present our all new web store appropriately titled What Nightmares Are Made Of…
We have planty of great new products for 2012. They are already selling out so act fact! We have decided to keep our new products seperate from the haunt work on this site. But rest assured, when you shop at What Nightmares Are Made Of… you will be getting the same great quality products you have come to expect from Fright Room Productions.
For 2012 we are introducing a new line of gore displays with everything from sliced open autopsy pigs to severd body parts on cutting boards. These items look painfully realistic and won’t disappoint!
We also do custom work so don’t hesitate to contact us with special orders or custom alterations to existing products.
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So this past Friday night (May 11, 2012) I got the chance to see Rob Zombie at PNC Bank Arts Center. To say he put on a great show would be an understatement! This is second time I saw Zombie live and he did not disappoint! Lacuna Coil was there to open and Megedeth was also on the bill. A good night was had…
Lacuna Coil – Somehow I didn’t know they were opening so this was a pleasant surprise! I’m a fan but not too familiar with their entire discography. It was cool seeing them live and they’re full of great energy. The highlight of their performance was seeing Cristina Scabbia come off the stage and sit in a seat with the audience while performing a song. Very cool!
Megadeth – I’ll be honest, I’m not much of a fan. I was there to see Zombie but I still thought it would be cool to see Dave Mustaine live. The show was pretty straightforward. No crazy theatrics like Zombie, just the band, basic lighting and some high energy music. If you watch this band live you could easily mistake the moment for the 80′s. It’s like nothing has changed. I guess that’s a good thing if you’re a fan. I enjoyed the show and give credit to Mustaine for sticking to what he does best…
Rob Zombie – I waited all night and when he finally came on it was breathtaking! The show was at 110% from the moment they started to the very last song. They played all of the hits – Living Dead Girl, More Human Than Human, Scum of the Earth, Dragula, and Thunder Kiss ’65 just to name a few! Each song featured several big screen monitors playing the usual Zombie-esque videos, lots of pyrotechnics, and over-sized monsters running around the stage.
The seats we had were 11 rows from the stage. There’s no pit are at PNC so that’s pretty damn close! You could smell the pyro and feel the heat from some of the flames. The show is mesmerizing and you cant look away. The band is bursting with energy and Rob was eager to get the crowd involved. I actually don’t think he was happy with the response from the crowd when he tried to get everyone pumped up. But that didn’t stop him from giving it his all.
Another treat was seeing the premiere of the trailer for Zombie’s new film The Lords of Salem [Watch the trailer now (and see the live performance of Dragula from the following night!)] In addition to the music, I’m a big fan of his movies. I refer to his movies and gritty style for inspiration in much of my haunt work. This new movie looks like it’ll be another in my DVD collection soon!
If you ever have the chance to see Zombie live I highly suggest you go. It’s a concert experience unlike anything else I’ve seen! Great show Rob! I can’t wait for the next one!
Photos of Lacuna Coil, Megadeth, and Rob Zombie!!!