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Gore Galore
02-23-2008, 08:51 AM
Transworld is almost here.

And I am excited. I am excited because we really developed some products that I think will knock your socks off.

However, You will just have to come by our Booth # 8808 at Transworld to see everything. But don't worry. You won't miss us. Just look for the Giant Blood Splat in the sky.

And here is a run down of what you will find, and all items we bring to the show we are selling off the floor. All sold items will be marked "Sold" and we have already sold many of them.

We have added 6 new My Pet Zombies to the product line and we also have the ability to costume any one of our Zombies any way you wish. So you need a Cowboy, Pirate, Butcher, Doctor, Chef, Red Neck, Inmate etc... Anything you want we can do.

You will see and hear the Scream Cube. Our insanely loud Portable actor worn or costume mounted multi track MP3 player system. The only thing I worry about is the Convention telling us to not activate it. It is over 90 decibles and might bother some of our neighbors.

I am very excited to announce a new product that I have wanted to do for 5 years. The Bunrakboo Puppet Illusions. This allows us to take any one of our My Pet Zombies and turn them into Life size puppets. Used in the dark with the Custom made Black velvet suit. You will completely freak out your patrons. Because they can tell it is a prop and not a person. They will never suspect it is alive. And when you combine this with the impact with the Scream Cube you will have some wetters guaranteed.

Lets not forget about the Weapons of Mass destruction. This is a full line of latex and foam Bone handled hand hammered Hand held Actor Weapons. Say that three times fast, and they are like nothing else on the market.

And of Course we have several costumes we have developed

First of is the Scare "O" Jack. This is a 11' Scarecrow with a Jackolantern Head that turns left and right and has built in lighted eyes. It is perfect in a corn maze or any outdoor event. And it is huge.

Next is the Cathulu. It is 9' tall with a skull and moving tentacles. It should be interested to see how people react to this piece.

Lastly is the Tree Beast. This is a nod to our history. We started in this business building Parade puppets, and this is built the same way. It stands 13' tall and will make a huge impression coming out of the woods. And we have developed Scream Cube sounds exclusively for this system.

You have already heard about our revision of Art for our website and Sounds of Gore CD library. We will have our entire library available for sale at the show along with many promotional items from pens, keychains, Gore Galore t-shirts, and Gore Galore Gas atendant shirts.

Every buyer over $500 will receive a Free T-shirt, or Gas attendant shirt, keychain and pen.
Plus all who come by our booth will Receive a Catalog with DVD for your viewing pleasure.
So, come by our Booth and Getcha Some Gore!

bodybagging
02-24-2008, 02:27 AM
Great LineUp Kev as always!

Gore Galore
02-24-2008, 09:03 AM
Thanks Rob,

The Tree Beast is made up of 13 separate molds. That is all I have been working on for the past 2 months. If it weren't for 10 years in this business and being a fast sculptor, and no I didn't say good sculptor, there is no way I would have gotten all these sculpts done in time.

We had to do it though. We had 4 orders before we even started the sculptures.

drfrightner
02-25-2008, 04:22 AM
Kevin,

Do you have any photos to share? I would love to see some.

Larry

Gore Galore
02-25-2008, 12:42 PM
Larry,
Thanks for asking
I will edit some images and post them this evening.

Please copy the Press release for Haunt World magazine if you would.

drfrightner
02-25-2008, 01:23 PM
Pass it along baby! Can't wait. Larry

Gore Galore
02-26-2008, 07:13 AM
Here are some images I promised.
Tree beast close up of the head
Scare O jack full body shot. this costume has a turning head with Lighted eyes and stands almost 11' tall.
Brainless Brad Zombie. His cranium is removable, and it would be cool if you used ultra slime and had an actor peel his cranium off to reveal his brain. We could even put a cavity in the back so you could pull brain matter from the unseen hole to fling out.

And the last image is a full body shot of the tree beast. This is a picture taken during a test fitting so, the arms are more in view than they will be your arms are completely hidden in the production costumes. And it is 13' tall.

Oh, we even did a new Neck Biter that i forgot about. It is a bird biter with a vulture like head.

Frighteners Entertainment
02-26-2008, 07:16 AM
Totally Fantastic Kevin!

damon carson
02-26-2008, 08:08 AM
Delitefully Gory Kevin! Is your tree beast a costume and if so how tall is it? It looked more like a puppet with the arms and all. But at the bottom of the pic it looks like a person in it? So just wondering thanks. Great work!
Damon

Gore Galore
02-26-2008, 08:21 AM
Damon,
thanks for asking.
It is basically the same as all our oversized costumes.
They are all a combination of Costume and puppet features.
This is what is unique about our work.
And the Tree Beast is 13' tall.

gadget-evilusions
02-26-2008, 10:35 AM
Awesome pictures Kevin. Your stuff is always awesome.

hauntedhousenut
02-26-2008, 11:13 AM
Awsome, It's amazing the strides you've made over the years.

Gore Galore
02-26-2008, 12:12 PM
Thanks Brian,

Haunted House Nut
I also appreciate your complements on our growth. For me, it is ALWAYS about stepping it up a notch every year.
From the way the company is organized, to the products we make.
I always want to get better and better at what I do. Whether my business or my personal life.
I need to be able to say I am proud of what I (WE) did because I (WE) did my (OUR) best.
What else do we have to show for how we have spent our lives?
Well, that is how I live.

MDKing
02-26-2008, 12:35 PM
Well said Kevin. From someone who also shares that philosophy I admire what you said and I wish you much success!

Everything looks awesome!

Allan

drfrightner
02-26-2008, 08:29 PM
Kevin,

Did you get your pics together yet? Larry

Gore Galore
02-27-2008, 07:03 AM
Larry,
I posted 4 that are attached to this thread.
Scare O jack, Tree beast full and closeup, and a shot of one of our new zombies.

Gore Galore
02-28-2008, 10:48 PM
Well here are a couple more photos of Gore Product 2008

We were shooting video for the DVD today and took a couple shots with colored gels of the Brand Spankin new Cathulu

And a closeup of our nasty ol clown zombie.

Tater
02-28-2008, 10:53 PM
Kevin

Looks awesome cant wait to see it at vegas man. Make sure you get in on the Trip Rob Johnson or granny will toss her panties at you

screamline studios
02-28-2008, 10:55 PM
HOT DIGGETY DOGGG

Kevin you guys kick ass as always, how about doing something that doesnt impress me!! haha

Jason Blaszczak
SCREAMLINE STUDIOS

P.S Are we going to glug a beer together in transworld???

lurker
02-29-2008, 12:25 PM
Finally, our Cthulhu-stein has a brother. He needed some help. Itís not easy destroying the world of man.

Frighteners Entertainment
02-29-2008, 02:09 PM
Kevin you guys kick ass as always, how about doing something that doesn't impress me!! haha

Jason Blaszczak
SCREAMLINE STUDIOS


I was thinking the same thing Jason.

Gore Galore
02-29-2008, 02:33 PM
Yeah right gentleman.
But thank you much for the complements
And yes we should definetely sit down and have a beer together.

Lurker
Yup those hands look familiar

Frighteners Entertainment
02-29-2008, 03:29 PM
As much as I love your creations, I bet I could outsell you, toe to toe in you own booth...?
If I have a little time this year in Vegas, I will gladly fondle your wears to the mases, if you would have me.

Did that sound dirty??......?

damon carson
02-29-2008, 04:04 PM
Nice pics and costumes Kevin! I love the skeleton/ swamp monster i guess it is! Looks very awesome! Is it painted 3D?
Thanks

Gore Galore
02-29-2008, 04:51 PM
Jeff,
You are always welcome in the booth.
And I welcome you to try to outsell me.
The thing is. We don't usually have to work wery hard to sell our products.
They tend to speak for themselves as long as we are wearing them.
If you leave them on the stands people just think they are static figures.

damon,
We just took some pics in a rainbow of lights. It looks like that by lighting not by paint.
It is mostly very earthy colors.
browns, fleshy tones and some aqua marine tones.