Sassy Press Releases From BEYOND!

This is the press release and info behind our next Flint Horror Con show. SASSY!


February 17, 2012


CONTACT: Publicist Darlan Erlandson

(For interviews, bio, photos etc.)

                        (517) 214-4592




Coming to Flint, Michigan for ONE NIGHT ONLY Cult horror and off-beat Theater collide as the Flint Horror Convention presents – Casey – 30 Years Later, starring Chesaning native, Beverly Bonner.

For one special night the Flint Horror Convention presents a celebration of the film Basket Case during its 30th Anniversary.  On Saturday, April 7th fans will be able to relive the laughs, the shocks, and the gore of this cult classic film as it is screened locally for the first time ever. After this special screening Basket Case actress Beverly Bonner will present her show Casey – 30 Years Later!  Casey is a live epilogue to the film which serves as a perfect way to catch up with beloved character Casey. Join Casey and her ‘Ladies of the Night’ and other crazy fun characters for an evening you’ll never forget. After the show join Ms. Bonner for a Q/A session and find out more about her acting career, her comedy, and her life since Casey.

Ms. Bonner is excited to return to Michigan with her beloved character Casey for a celebration of the 30th Anniversary of cult horror classic Basket CaseBeverly has become a mainstay for Basket Case director Frank Henenlotter and has appeared in all of his films, the Basket Case trilogy, Frankenhooker, Brain Damage, and his most recent film, Bad Biology. She is a comedian, actress, playwright, producer, and director and has become a fan favorite at horror conventions and appearances over the years.

Consider yourself cordially invited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of one of horror’s timeless classics and join Casey for a night of stories that would make Belial blush.

General Admission$12.50 in advance and $15 at the door.

VIP Admission – $25.

Tickets –

Casey – 30 Years Later!

Saturday, April 7, 2012, 7:00pm

Doors Open at 6:30pm

Flint Masonic Temple

755 S. Saginaw Street
Flint, Michigan 48502

Due to the film’s rating and evening’s tone, parental discretion is advised.


Flint Horror Convention is a collective of friends who are driven to bring events, art shows, conventions, and film showings that showcase the horror genre to the Greater Flint Area.  With a dedication to low cost events for the people of this area the goal of the Flint Horror Convention is to create affordable fun for an area that has never had many offerings outside of the mainstream.

The Flint Horror Convention was created in 2011 with the intention of creating a local horror convention to celebrate the beloved films, actors, and artists that work in the horror industry.  While putting the convention together several other cultural events were created as well to help promote local artists, local filmmakers, and to highlight the many forms the horror genre can come in.  These events that lead up to the horror convention were Art Fear, a celebration of local artists and filmmakers, and It Came From The Kiva!, a night of free independent horror films show at the University of Michigan-Flint’s KIVA.  In October of 2011 was the first ever Flint Horror Convention, which brought fans together with the people that work in the horror industry.  Actors, filmmakers, artists, writers, vendors, and more came together to meet the fans and to showcase their talents in a first ever horror related show in the Flint area.  With a day full of independent horror films, question and answer sessions, and ample opportunity to meet some of the genre’s talented creators there was a lot to do for the 500 fans that came out for the convention.  As successful as things were for a first year it was only the beginning of what both organizers and fans hope becomes another Flint tradition.

The Flint Horror Convention

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